Auckland Tourism in New Zealand

March 17th 2013 | New Zealand
Auckland is the biggest city in New Zealand as well as the largest urban area in the world with the beauty of the city and its beautiful beaches. The city has the largest population of any city in the world around 1,398 17,196. In 2011 Mercer Quality of Living Survey Auckland into 3 equal place

Tauranga Tourism in New Zealand

February 8th 2013 | New Zealand
Tauranga is the largest and most populous city in the Bay of Plenty and one of the fastest growing population of New Zealand. It is located on the North-West corner of the Bay of Plenty, Tauranga Harbour on the South-East. The city expanded the area of 168 square kilometers and include communities in Bethlehem, in

Waiheke Island Tourism in New Zealand

January 18th 2013 | New Zealand
Waiheke Island is an island that is most popular for New Zealanders and an International tourist spot with natural beauty. Waiheke Island in the Hauraki Gulf of New Zealand, located about 17.7 km from Auckland. Waiheke has a population of 8,740 people with most of the population lives near the western end of the island,

Emerald Lakes Tourism in New Zealand

December 18th 2012 | New Zealand
Emerald Lakes is a lake that has yellow edges and the water is pure, and many ancient sites here. Emerald Lakes located in The Tongariro Alpine Crossing in Tongariro National Park, New Zealand, it is considered to be the most popular one day hike in New Zealand. Emerald Lakes is in contrast with the barren

Abel Tasman Tourism in New Zealand

December 11th 2012 | New Zealand
Abel Tasman is a national park on the shores of New Zealand – and golden sandy beaches and crystal clear turquoise water became one of the most popular. Abel Tasman coast follow through lush native Bush and on top of the limestone cliffs and along the golden sandy beach. This is one of the Departments

Sutherland Falls Tourism in New Zealand

November 25th 2012 | New Zealand
Sutherland Falls is a waterfall high volume of the three steps in the succession really fast along the Arthur River, which spills over from a pair of sizable Lakes carved glacial basin high on mountain slopes in New Zealand Fiordland National Park. Three drops of waterfalls stand 748 feet tall, 815 yards, and 338 yards
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