Rest, Relax And Reinvent Yourself In New Zealand

New Zealand is known for hot beaches, glaciers, fjords, silent hills, rolling mountains, long chain of islands, gorgeous bays, bustling cities, craggy shorelines, dazzling promenades, and awesome backdrops. This is one of the most splendid region In the South western Pacific Ocean with spectacular volcanoes, impressive landscapes, and dramatic lakes.

This staggering region is great for non-stop fun. People from all across the glove drift here to witness Victorian timber architecture, vibrant shorelines, and hill tops. They also visit the city areas of Wellington, Auckland, etc. that are packed with ancient museums, theatres, boutiques, restaurants and bars. However, most people come here to see the beauty of beaches.


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Some of the most popular beaches are:


Coromandel Peninsula

This region has many beaches. People not only come here to spend their time on beaches, but also to see the power of the Pacific Ocean. They enjoy the rich beauty of Hauraki Gulf and the Firth of Thames. The narrow coastal strip is quite stunning and attracts visitors from all over the world.

People enjoy sun, waves and have ultimate fun with aquatic life. They relax here and indulge in the water sporting activities.


Piha Beach

This is the country’s most famous and exotic beache. Thousands of travellers drift here and enjoy endless surfing. They also love to explore rugged cliffs, tumultuous waves, sunbathing spots and much more.



 This is wild, rugged, remote, clam, hot and black-sand beach. This is one of the most spectacular and gorgeous beaches of Auckland. Families especially come here in search of peace and spirituality. They explore several wilderness areas, remote Regional Parks, as well as excellent surfing, walking and picnicking areas.


Whale Bay

This area is full of beautiful, breathtaking and ecstatic beaches. People are often come here because it has native trees, white sand beaches, idyllic tropical climate, and secluded bays. People explore wonderful rock caves and neighbouring playful dolphins.

Kids love to see dolphins taking sunbath with their off springs. Most people choose cruise and boat trips to go far beyond the pristine bay areas in search of world’s largest sea creatures, sea caves as well as wildlife.


Mission Bay

People love to stroll around the placid Mission Bay, because it is packed with ice-cream parlours, restaurants, vibrant pubs, and bars. Its golden sand especially attracts newly web couples. No doubt, this is a great spot to rest, relax and reinvent yourself.

Are you ready to dip your toes in the waters of New Zealand?