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1. Taking a tour to Waitomo Glowworm Caves Glowworms are insects that glow through bioluminescence. The species is widespread in caves and on sheltered banks in the native bush where humidity is high and can be found in both the North and South Island. But the Waitomo Caves are more popular and easier to get to, compared to others With thousands of magical glowworms glowing above your head, you will be overwhelmed by the beauty that they bring. It feels like sailing on a river under the sky
2. Learning Maori culture in Rotorua The Maori are the indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealand. They are featured by their tattoo designs and a traditional dance called the Haka. To learn their culture, there are some tourist venues across the country for you to choose, and the most tourist attraction is the Tamaki Maori Village in Rotorua.
3. Hiking in Tongariro National Park New Zealand is a paradise for those who love hiking for its beautiful landscape and fresh air. Around this country, there are loads of choices for hikers in varying levels of difficulty and lengths. So hiking is one of the must activities for you here and the Tongariro Crossing is my most recommendation.
4. Seeing volcanoes in Auckland Maybe you don’t know that Auckland – the largest city in New Zealand is not only the "city of sails" but also a “city of lava” with nearly 50 volcanoes around it. And the best way to explore the city and its landscape is by taking a day hike or a kayak tour to those volcanoes. Below are some typical destinations for tourists:
4. Milford Track – the Great Walk Being one of the ten Great Walks in New Zealand, the Milford Track is the most famous track that is often referred to as “the finest walk in the world”. The original track is a one-way 53-kilometer journey which lasts for 4 days, begins at the head of Lake Te Anau. But now the track is a 3-day Southern Milford-Mackinnon Experience, which begins from Te Anau Downs to Glade Wharf and turns back because the northern end of the Milford Track remains closed
2. Hiking in Franz Josef Glacier Franz Josef is a beautiful small mountain town, famous for its glacier valley which is about 5km from town. The glacier area is one of the main tourist attractions of the West Coast with around 250,000 visitors a year. Taking a helicopter tour into the Glacier will become your unforgettable memory with stunning photos that hardly have anywhere else.
1. Dolphin tours Talking about dolphins, you will immediately think of watching them from boats or in water parks with dolphin instructors. But here you can swim with dolphins in the open ocean and have lots of close up views of dolphins swimming around you. It is truly a wonderful and memorable experience. Besides dolphins, you have the opportunity to see other wildlife animals like shearwaters, penguins or admire a beautiful sunrise on the sea
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