New Zealand ... where all directions lead to adventure and suspense .

There is some ambiguity and mystery about New Zealand Island. It may be due to its isolation from the world for many years, and may be due to being one of the last land areas inhabited by humans.

There is some ambiguity and mystery about New Zealand Island. It may be due to its isolation from the world for many years, and may be due to being one of the last land areas inhabited by humans. But this self-help helped it to maintain the natural diversity that the human hand did not change.

This makes it an oasis that invites tourists to relax in its embrace away from the noise of cities and the pollution of spaces, especially as it does not prevent them from entering into a world of endless adventures. All this does not mean that this island of wild nature, free of the features of urbanization and civilization, but vice versa.

Here the tourist will find all the facilities and services of the developed cities, from buses and trains that work throughout the day accurately, to the main paved roads, and the various healthy restaurants, where he can eat any meal comfortably. ATMs are also available everywhere and there are no sleeping mosquitoes on the island as some might imagine, no snakes or poisonous spiders. But it remains the most important attraction in it, its kind people, they welcome all with warm smiles.

New Zealand is located in the southwestern Pacific and has 4.5 million inhabitants. It is not a part of Australia, as some think, but a self-contained state where the indigenous people settled between 1250 and 1300. Their culture is still part of the social fabric of the country, appearing in language, dance festivals and music.

Next to it stands the culture of early British settlers and immigrants who came to it from 1907 when they were part of the British Empire under King Edward VII. In 1947, the island changed its own parliament and legislation, although Elizabeth II remained the queen of the country and was represented by a governor-general. During the years of independence, the capital, Wellington, has become a city full of people and full of markets, museums, showrooms, theaters and beaches crowded with sea lovers, surrounded by fields, farms and pastures.

- All directions lead to adventure:

In the capital of Wellington, you can visit the Grand National Museum, which includes the history and collections of indigenous people. After that the tourist has many options, all of which reach endless orbits of beauty and adventure, and you can shorten the distances and take the train in a day trip. In this case, it is recommended that the tourist starts early so that he can return at sunset. The train heading north where you can be traversed and then taken off to the sea cliffs along Te Araroa, a national hiking trail that runs along New Zealand from the north end of the country to the south of the city «Bluff».

-Lord of the rings filming location:

If you are a movie lover and a beauty seeker in the folds of nature, you can not leave New Zealand without visiting the sites where they have filmed Lord of the Rings, which has 150 sites in different parts of the country including Wellington and Queenstown. The director Peter Jackson carefully chose to translate the vision and fantasies of English author Tolkien. These sites have become a free tourist advertisement.

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