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Pure Inspiration-New Zealand (Rediscover yourself !!)
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There’s a reason the sun shines on New Zealand before anywhere else – every new day in Aotearoa is something to cherish! Small, remote and thinly populated, yes, but NZ punches well above its weight with its outlandish scenery, fabulous festivals, superb food, wine and magical outdoor experiences

Equally impressive is NZ’s potent, mainstream Maori culture.

This is a country that recognizes and celebrates its indigenous people – the world is a kinder, gentler, more respectful place down here! And while the fanfare surrounding the Lord of the Rings trilogy is waning, visiting the real-life Middle-earth still has a geeky allure - LOTR director Peter Jackson's filmmaking prowess still holds Wellington (aka ‘Wellywood’) in its thrall.
That’s contemporary NZ in a nutshell! You’re in for an awesome trip. Back home on the couch, your memories will drift from rampaging outdoor activities to world-class food, wine and beer (oh, especially the wine and beer), and chilled-out locals. But your most sparkling recollections will come courtesy of NZ’s natural splendour – there are few countries on this lonely planet as diverse, unspoiled and utterly, utterly photogenic.

Ideally, the best way to explore NZ is by self drive car. Let this not give you jitters since the roads are so deserted that you would feel they are made only for you. Having said that, if self drive is not your cup of tea, you can always travel by air or by motor coaches

We would like to recommend the following places which we feel you cannot miss out. We have also suggested the minimum period of stay at each of these places.
Auckland’s a city of volcanoes, with the ridges of lava flows forming its main thoroughfares and its many cones providing islands of green within the sea of suburbs. As well as being by far the largest, it’s the most multicultural of NZ’s cities. A sizable Asian community rubs shoulders with the biggest Polynesian population of any city in the world.

• As the home of bungee jumping and jet boating, New Zealand has long been a mecca for thrill-seeking travellers. Adrenaline aficionados are usually drawn to Queenstown’s South Island adventure hub, but cosmopolitan Auckland on the country’s North Island also offers opportunities to experience an authentic Kiwi
• Are they mad? Where are the handrails?’ With a sheer 192-metre drop on either side, the SkyWalk around Auckland’s Sky Tower is a heart-stopping way to take in one of the world’s great harbour cities. Auckland’s narrow isthmus between the Manuaku and Waitemata harbours is laid out before SkyWalkers in a spectacle that effortlessly trumps Google Earth’s virtual make-believe.
• Experience Auckland’s love affair with yachting without getting your feet wet. The wide-open black sand expanse of Muriwai Beach on Auckland’s rugged west coast is the venue for a uniquely New Zealand form of land yachting.
• Concealed in the dense forests above Auckland’s west coast beaches, the Blue Canyon’s progression of cascades and natural swimming pools culminates with the challenge of abseiling down a 25-metre waterfall.
• Repainting Auckland’s harbour bridge apparently takes around 12 years, and for some adrenaline fans, the wait to bungee jump from its iconic arches may seem just as long.
• Rising smoothly from the Hauraki Gulf, the forested slopes of Rangitoto Island are an iconic feature of Auckland’s waterfront. The city’s youngest volcano – reckoned to be around 700 years old – is best reached on a twilight sea kayaking expedition with Ferg’s Kayaks.
Breathe in the sulphur-rich air of Rotorua and you’ve already got a taste of NZ’s most dynamic thermal area with spurting geysers, steaming hot springs and exploding mud pools. The Maori revered this place, naming one of the most spectacular springs Wai-O-Tapu (Sacred Waters). Today 35% of the population is Maori, with their cultural performances and traditional hangi as big an attraction as the landscape itself.

Activities: Despite the pervasive eggy odour, ‘Sulphur City’ is one of the most touristed spots on the North Island with nearly three million visitors annually, bringing with them an energy and excitement typical of a true resort town.
• Polynesian spa offers a choice of 26 hot mineral bathing pools and an enticing array of spa therapies.The Lake Spa is Polynesian Spa's deluxe bathing and relaxation haven.
• Rainbow Springs Kiwi Wildlife Park has been a favourite destination since 1932. Spread over 22 acres of parkland, Rainbow Springs offers a truely unique experience, and is a must-see for anyone who wants to get to know New Zealand’s wonderful environment and animals, both during the day and at night. Your ticket allows unlimited entry for 24 hours so there is no additional charge to visit the nocturnal animals.
• Waimangu Volcanic Valley and its Lake Rotomahana is the 'must do' experience that you can't go past. In geological terms, Waimangu was created this morning! Experience Frying Pan Lake, the world's largest hot water spring; Inferno Crater with its mysterious geyser action; and Cathedral Rocks which vent billowing clouds of steam and more.
• Come rafting with Raftabout and enjoy the scenery, culture, history and the beautiful environment of our New Zealand Rivers, including nature and wildlife.
Queenstown, New Zealand, is the Southern Hemisphere’s premier four season lake and alpine resort. Surrounded by majestic mountains and nestled on the shores of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown’s stunning scenery is inspiring and revitalising.

With such a huge range of activities in Queenstown, no two days will ever be the same.
• Heli Tours will take you for a short scenic helicopter flight over beautiful Lake Wakatipu and the surrounding mountains where you'll experience...
• Whitewater bodyboarding on the mighty Kawarau River with the inventors and pioneers of 'riversurfing'. The ultimate pro-active adventure. Learn how to run rapids, surf standing waves, squirt underwater, ride whirlpools...
• Your visit to Queenstown just wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the World Home of Bungy. Located only 20 minutes drive from Queenstown this is where commercial Bungy started.
• Take an exhilarating Tandem Paragliding flight from the top of the Skyline Gondola. An adrenalised flying trip or a relaxed sightseeing tour - its your choice.
• Queenstown’s only dedicated Hot Pool complex located at the bottom of Coronet Peak Ski Field. Unwind. Indulge. Invigorate.
• From grandkids to grandparents - the Skyline Luge is a fun filled gravity ride for all ages and abilities! Choose from two tracks - scenic or advanced.
• Travel along N.Z's most scenic highway with the locals who are the specialists of the area. Feel the movies come alive as you visit Lord of the Rings and Wolverine...
• Cromwell is the Goldfields Mining Centre and is the original site of a 19th Century gold strike. The site, at which gold was discovered in the 1860s, was mined for over a hundred...
• World famous as the ultimate jet boat experience, Shotover Jet has thrilled over 3 million people since 1970, and now it’s your turn! Take a unique breathtaking ride through dramatic...
• Can’t wait to skate? Take to the ice at Queenstown’s only ice arena located just a short walk from the town centre in the iconic Queenstown Gardens. Recent renovations have...
• Adored by locals, The Peak’s easily accessable rollercoaster terrain embraces every level of skier and rider.
• Once again you can experience the magic aboard the Kingston Flyer Vintage Steam train. The old girl billows smoke and hisses steam along 14kms of rail
• Discover a unique new sensation that's fantastic fun! Riding an eco-friendly Segway Personal Transporter (PT) is quite a unique experience.
• A challenging Golf course set amongst the natural contours of the landscape providing an awesome golfing experience under a spectacular mountainous backdrop.
• It's Wine Time" Amisfield is a specialist producer of award winning wine and globally renowned for not only the wine but also the multi award winning country style bistro
• Take a scenic flight with Air Fiordland to iconic Milford Sound. Flying over the Southern Alps from Queenstown to Milford is awe-inspiring.
• Lady luck calls you to casino. Try your luck at one of the many casinos
• Settle in for the evening at a cosy wine bar or a friendly pub, or gear up and go bar-hopping in central Queenstown, discovering the best and busiest clubs on the way. Queenstown bars and clubs often have live music and DJs as well as great drink specials.
• You're spoilt for choice when dining out in Queenstown, with a wide selection of top restaurants to choose from.

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