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Introducing New Zealand

New Zealand is a nation in the southwestern Pacific Ocean comprising of 2 primary islands, both set apart by volcanoes and glaciation. Capital Wellington, on the North Island, is home to Te Papa Tongarewa, the extensive national exhibition hall. Wellington's Mt. Victoria, alongside the South Island Fiordland and Southern Lakes, remained in for legendary Middle Earth in Peter Jackson's "Ruler of the Rings" films.
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Must Know Facts

Best Time to Visit

New Zealand is somewhat littler than California, so the atmosphere between the north and south can be uncontrollably unique. Since New Zealand is an island, there is as often as possible a breeze and discontinuous showers falling off the Cook Strait and Tasman Sea. 

Summer – [December, January, February] Summer in New Zealand is by a wide margin the most mainstream time to take your voyage. It's the bustling time for New Zealand for the travel industry and additionally when a great deal of Kiwis take a break to rest and appreciate living in heaven. Fall – [March, April, May] Fall in New Zealand is lovely. Winter – [June, July, August] Queenstown and the Central Plateau are a must visit in June and July if you want to enjoy winters. Keep in mind to escape the cool and share of the energizing and lively nightlife in Wellington. Spring – [September, October, November] This is the ideal time to take in the excellence of Lake Tekapo and see a conventional Maori Haka on a visit Takahe South Island. 

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History & Culture

New Zealand has a moderately short history. It is evaluated that the principal pioneers known as the Moriori, asserted the islands off the drift, while the Maori were making a home on the terrain around 950 AD. The primary Europeans landed in 1642, with the Dutch pioneer, Abel Tasman. He was repulsed by the Maori and the following European age did not touch base until around a 100 years after the fact. It was a British pilgrim, Captain James Cook, who arrived in New Zealand in 1769. The Maori's lances were no counterpart for the black powder rifles of the Europeans, which prompted the supposed Musket Wars in 1820, murdering numerous clans individuals. 

In 1840, the Maori boss marked a settlement with the British, known as the Treaty of Waitangi that evidently gave Maori arrive possession, rights and assurance under the British Crown, yet the British trusted this gave them power over New Zealand, maybe becoming mixed up in interpretation. Today, New Zealand still remains some portion of the British Commonwealth, yet is a parliamentary majority rule government, with the British ruler the sacred head. 

With respect to the way of life, New Zealand's unique occupants, the Maori, still assume a vital job in the nation's way of life today. The Maori today make up under 15 percent of New Zealand's populace, yet the numbers are developing at a quicker rate than those of different individuals from the island. New Zealand's way of life has likewise been intensely affected by the Europeans, particularly the British, who make up 69 percent of the nation's inhabitants. 

The colonialists significantly affected New Zealand culture and in the mid nineteenth century smothered a lot of it. It has just been in the most recent decade or with the goal that Maori customs and dialect have been perceived and are being taken back to the cutting edge. Motion pictures, for example, the Whale Rider and the universal achievement of the New Zealand Rugby group, the All Blacks, have promoted Maori history on a global premise.

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Geography

New Zealand lies in the southern piece of the Pacific Ocean. Its closest neighbor is Australia which is around 1,600 kms away. Two substantial islands called the North Island and South Islands are the primary islands of New Zealand, yet there are many encompassing littler islands of which the joined land region is about indistinguishable size from the UK or Japan. 

New Zealand's scenes are breathtaking and incorporate the South Island's Southern Alps which are greater in territory than the European Alps and in addition icy masses, soak inlets and complex sounds. The North Island is volcanic and has each sort of volcanic component including a super well of lava. The two islands have magnificent lakes, lavish rainforests, and high tussock fields.

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Packages & Recommendations

Tour Name
Trip Type
Month/Validity
Included Cities
Price Per Adult
Trip Type
Group Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Dec
Included Cities
Melbourne (2N) - Cairns (2N) - Sydney (3N)
... Melbourne (2N) - Cairns (2N) - Sydney (3N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 145,640
Onwards
Trip Type
Group Tour
Internal Flight Included
Month/Validity
  • Feb
Included Cities
Sydney (3N) - Cairns (2N) - Melbourne (2N)
... Sydney (3N) - Cairns (2N) - Melbourne (2N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 145,640
Onwards
Trip Type
Group Tour
Internal Flight Included
Month/Validity
  • Nov
Included Cities
Auckland (1N) - Rotorua (2N) - Auckland (1N) - Queenstown (3N) - Twizel (1N) - Christchurc
... Auckland (1N) - Rotorua (2N) - Auckland (1N) - Queenstown (3N) - Twizel (1N) - Christchurch (1N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 185,530
Onwards

Amazing Australia

7 Nights / 8 Days
Trip Type
Group Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Jan
Included Cities
Sydney (3N) - Cairns (2N) - Melbourne (2N)
... Sydney (3N) - Cairns (2N) - Melbourne (2N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 145,640
Onwards

Honeymoon In New Zealand

14 Nights / 15 Days
Trip Type
Self Drive Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Dec
  • Feb
  • Jan
  • Mar
  • Nov
  • Oct
  • Sep
Included Cities
Auckland (2N) - Tairua (1N) - Rotorua (2N) - Lake Tekapo (2N) - Queenstown (4N) - Wanaka (
... Auckland (2N) - Tairua (1N) - Rotorua (2N) - Lake Tekapo (2N) - Queenstown (4N) - Wanaka (1N) - Franz Josef Glacier (1N) - Christchurch (1N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 169,690
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