New Zealand is situated near the centre of the water hemisphere and comprises of two main islands and a number of smaller islands. New Zealand is long and narrow and has a vast coastline. New Zealand’s islands lie between latitudes 29° and 53°S, and longitudes 165° and 179°E. The South Island is considered to be as the largest island of New Zealand and is divided by the Alps. Due to the vast coastline and numerous islands, the country has vast marine resources. The country has a wide topography and it also emerges above the waves. New Zealand experiences a temperate marine climate that suits all life forms.
The country of New Zealand has a varied topography as well. From the high mountains and volcanoes, to the beaches and forests, these islands offer a number of amazing and beautiful views that you can’t find anywhere else in the world.
There are areas of fertile farmland in the northern areas of the country, and some of the southern areas even have glaciers. On the south island alone, you will find that there are beautiful beaches, but as you move further north the beaches become more rocky and jagged. There are very few places in the world that you can find so many different types of biospheres in such a small space.