Places To See in New Zealand


Sitting inside the Pacific Rim of Fire, Rotorua is a geothermal wonderland with foaming mud pools, clouds of steam, natural hot springs ideal for washing and relaxing. From completely clear streams and enchanted backwoods, to epic biking trails and unstable springs, Rotorua has everything. The city offers a pile of attractions and encounters for everybody from experience searchers to those simply looking to unwind. Geothermal development continues underneath and around Lake Rotorua. Haze of steam float around the shore and the water has high sulfur content, bringing about a supernatural green-blue hue. Lake Rotorua has many travel exercises with something to suit all ages, tastes and spending plans. From adrenaline-siphoning experience to a loosening up day out, you need never be exhausted in Lake Rotorua. You cannot afford to miss out on exploring Rotorua on your visit to New Zealand with our New Zealand tours.


There is always something about Auckland that is loved by tourists and locals alike.  From sporting events, musical concerts and festivals to outdoor activities, world-class shopping, food and wine, Auckland has it all.  Being the largest city of New Zealand Auckland never fails to mesmerize travelers by its natural wonders, world-class dining and lot more. The sky tower of Auckland stands tall at 328 meters as a symbol of Auckland’s skyline from last 20 years. It’s an exciting hub of adrenaline activities, fine dining and breathtaking views. At the base of the Sky Tower, the Sky City Auckland stimulation complex is home to two world-class inns, Auckland's head eating region with more than 20 bars and cafés, a 700 seat theater and world class inns, Auckland's chief feasting area with more than 20 bars and eateries, a 700 seat theater and world class gambling club. There is lot to explore at Sky City Auckland. There are two perception stages up the pinnacle that offer stunning perspectives on Auckland. The main observation is on level 51 at 186 meters.