Dazzling landscapes, radiant vistas, blissful beaches, massive hilltops, green pasture, morning charm, historic buildings, unlimited expanse of fascinating bays as well as bustling cities, this is a land of wonders – New Zealand. Millions of visitors drift here to experience the ethereal and elegant charm of natural reserves.
One way to make the most of your holidays is to move towards iconic beaches. Most of the backpackers especially drift here to touch the sand and waves of sprawling beaches. Get ready, you are about to discover the ultimate peace, comfort, and sanctuary…
Here are a few beaches to roll:
Piha is a famous coastal settlement on the western coast of the Auckland in New Zealand. It is possibly New Zealand’s best-known, serene and striking beach. People come here to enjoy their holidays and see the expanse of the Tasman Sea coast. Manukau Harbour looks stunning during sunset. So, don’t forget to enjoy it.
Families explore the lovely diving and swimming sites and enjoy different types of beach activities. All beaches are accessible by road. Travellers not only enjoy the natural bliss in Piha, but also sip the local beer. Piha is ideal for walking, hiking, swimming as well as outing. Some people even learn how to take a deep dive, a skill that is definitely worth having.
If you love to see black sand, Karekare is for you. It is located 35 kilometres west of Auckland. It is sandwiched between the Waitakere Ranges and a large black sand beach. Karekare beach is the most remarkable and beautiful travel attraction and not to mention it is the best place to see exotic marine and forest life. It is a defining symbol of peace and natural beauty.
Karekare attracts majority of tourists because it has the most engaging Waitakere waterfall, which makes it worth seeing. The surrounding greenery is worth exploring. Take a road trip to enjoy the natural wonders, so get ready to enjoy the real artwork of nature…
If you love rural areas, coastal villages, as well as peninsula, Hahei is for you. It is a popular and pleasant village on the Coromandel Peninsula. It is known for trees frame sheltered Hahei Beach, glimpse of Mahurangi Island and the surrounding ecosystem. So, switch off your brain and relax…
The native Marine Reserve – Te Whanganui-A-Hei has numerous bays and inlets, including Cathedral Cove. Travellers love this place as it has awesome and spectacular arch-shaped limestones and colourful reefs. Families love to swim with eye-catching fishes and turtles.
So, take a break from your hectic lifestyle and get ready for walking, surfing, swimming and playing in New Zealand.