Auckland is geographically unique, like much of amazing New Zealand. Because of its maritime history, the city is also called the City of Sails. Volcanic bays, beaches, islands, skyscrapers, and harbours make up Auckland's landscape. A water lover's paradise, the city is famous for its pristine beaches, and unlimited water sports opportunities such as windsurfing, diving, snorkeling, fishing, and sailing. Located in northern North Island, Auckland is well connected by road, rail, boat and plane. Destinations within a few hours of travelling include: Rotorua, Hamilton, Waitomo Caves and Taupo. Outlying islands of the Hauraki Gulf are also great options, as well as the Great Barrier Reef

Sight seeing
Auckland is a city full of opportunities. Apart from over 28 beaches, Auckland has hundreds of sights, attractions, activities, and sports (including water/adventure) are here, providing something for everyone.

Dominating the city’s skyline, the iconic Sky Tower is the tallest free-standing tower in the Southern Hemisphere, and home to entertainment and adventure opportunities.

You can also check out the massive Kauri Trees in the subtropical northern part of the North Island,

You can find anything you want in Auckland, and the sheer variety of shopping venues is staggering, rivalling other shopping havens in the world. Modern or historic, uptown or downtown, sprawling or cramped, affluent or cheap, the variety is endless, enough to make any 'shopaholic' salivate. From the best brands across the world, to local specialties such as wines, fresh fruit, preserves, cheeses, high-fashion, costume jewellery, pottery, woolens, and handicrafts, Auckland has it all. There are also many craft, flea, country, village and farmers' markets in the Auckland region on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

Located on the edge of the North Island Volcanic Plateau, Rotorua is boiling with thermal activity. There are thermal lakes, street-side miniature geysers, craters, forests and many miles of walking tracks that can be explored. The Wai-O-Tapu is located 20 minutes south of Rotorua, where every morning at 10:15 AM, the Lady Knox Geyser erupts. Also visit the natural wonderland of Rainbow Springs, which offers an amazing opportunity to observe New Zealand's flora and fauna, such as the trout, the Tuatara, and Kiwis.

Christchurch is perched on the coast of South Island, is the doorway to the various bounties of nature on the island, such as the Canterbury Plains. The city is best known for the Christchurch Cathedral, which stands in the heart of the city. You can climb its spire to get a stunning view of the city. The Cathedral Square is a lively spot, with various performances and open-air concerts. Also check out the Canterbury Museum, International Antarctic Centre, the superb Natural History Discovery Centre, and the quaintly Victorian Canterbury street.

Queenstown is a popular resort town in New Zealand's South Island. Built around an inlet of the bizarre lightning bolt shaped Lake Wakatipu, the town is a major hub for snow sports in New Zealand, with people from all over the world travelling to ski at the four main mountain ski fields: Cardrona Alpine Resort, Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Treble Cone. Other forms of adventure tourism in the Adventure Capital of the World include jet boating, bungee jumping, mountain biking, tramping and fly fishing. Queenstown is also known for its vibrant nightlife, as well as wines and amazing food.

Franz Josef is located in Westland, at the foot of the slopes of Mount Cook. Thousands od tourists and locals visit here every year, all coming to experience the raw beauty of the Franz Josef Glacier. You can see it in various ways, by taking an unguided trip, a guided trip, or a even a helicopter ride over the glacier. The nearby Fox Glacier is also worth visiting, and is bigger than the Franz Josef Glacier, as well as being more accessible. Both glaciers are unique in that they descend till 300 metres above sea level into the greenery of a temperate rainforest, so close to a coastline. The river emerging from the glacier terminal of Franz Josef is known as the Waiho River.

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