Explore the Rich Natural Diversity of Wellington

Want to see Pacific Island communities, south-western tip of the North Island as well as incredible coastline? Visit the land of adventure – Wellington. It is the world’s windiest city, with an average wind speed of over 26 km/h. It is the most beautiful and the famous capital of New Zealand.

The region is known because of its unique bush-clad landscapes, exotic dense forests, coastal wildlife, and colourful flora. Thrill and adventure is never far away…

Worldwide visitors come here to see:

  • Mount Crawford
  • Brooklyn Hill – 299m
  • Scenic harbour and hills
  • Wrights Hill
  • Wellington Harbour
  • Carter Fountain
  • Historic Cable Car
  • Makara Hill
  • Mount Victoria – 196 m
  • Mount Albert – 178 m
  • Mount Cook
  • Cook Strait
  • North Island
  • Regional parks and forests
  • Miramar Peninsula
  • 19th-century wooden cottages
  • Kapiti Coast.

Here are a few awe-inspiring places to explore in Wellington:


Mount Victoria

If you are a nature lover, Wellington is for you. All you need to do is to pack your bags and start moving towards the most beautiful and thrilling Mount Victoria. It offers the most engaging and panoramic views of city, rural areas as well as harbour locations.

Families pedal around to see captivating views of ferries sailing, ship shelters and aircraft taking off from Wellington Airport, etc. Don’t forget to go exhilarating mountain biking with experts…


Oriental Bay (The most popular tourist attraction)

Oriental Bay is perfect for those who want to touch the texture of sand and waves. It offers the most stunning experience to people who enjoy walking, cycling as well as swimming. It has many amazing spots to swim and roam. Get ready to soak up the sun and wind…

People also move towards the neighbouring Scorching Bay, which is known to have the most wonderful and picturesque locations. Couples love it most because it has many spectacular and secluded locations. You can enjoy inter-island ferries as well as beach hangouts. You will love to observe marine life as well as nearby surfing sites. So, are you ready for the once-in-a-lifetime experience?


Wellington Zoo

If you are an animal lover, just explore Wellington Zoo. You can see endangered animal species and play with blue penguins, sheep, kunekune pigs, bees, eels, grand and frogs.

There are many hotels and restaurants that offer cuisines from Europe, Asia and Polynesia and dishes that have a New Zealand style. Local hotels and resorts offer a wide variety of holiday packages to travellers.

So, are you ready to explore the rich and rewarding natural diversity of Wellington?