4 Memorable Things To Do In New Zealand

Last updated on January 24th, 2020 at 06:41 pm

4 Memorable Things To Do In New Zealand

New Zealand’s enchanting beauty leaves one bewildered. From phenomenal sightseeing options, jaw-dropping scenery to the mind-blowing adventures it offers, this paradise on the Earth has something for everyone. It satiates the soul of all its travelers. 

That being said, you are surely going to have the best time of your lives when in New Zealand. Not sure of where to start? 

Explore the four best, and different experiences mentioned below and choose for yourselves. 

Things To Do In New Zealand

1. Experience the Maori culture

Maori culture, things to do in New Zealand
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Okay, first of all, Maoris are the indigenous people of New Zealand who makeup 14% of their population and are significant to the country. If we go 1000 years down the historical lane, we see Maoists coming to New Zealand from Hawaiki, their mythical Polynesian home. 

If you’re a history lover or just someone who craves knowledge about different things, getting acquainted with the Maori culture should be one of the topmost things on your list as you set foot on this land. Firstly because Maoris are an integral part of the Kiwi lifestyle and secondly, the culture is really unique and distinctive. There’s none of its like. 

And, you can do this by visiting a marae for which there are organized tours, watch carvings and demonstrations, or even learn about the numerous myths and tales surrounding them from none other than the Maori guides. They’d be more than happy to tell you!

2.Get close to the glow worms.

Auckland

As the name suggests, glow worms are the insects that glow in the dark. No, they aren’t scary. In fact, they are intriguing and exquisite. The Waitomo Caves located 3 hours away from Auckland offer one of the best glow worm experiences ever. You down the cave in a boat and experience the magic of these little creatures

Trust us; the view is pretty similar to a sky full of stars! 

3. A visit to the zoo to experience the wildlife

Visiting New Zealand and not getting up close with the elusive kiwi? How saddening it can be! 

If you do not want to miss this golden opportunity, head to the Willowbank Wildlife Reserve which is one of the most famous wildlife parks and natural reserves in Christchurch, New Zealand. It is home to some of the most exotic species of animals including the Kiwi, Kaka, and the Tuatara. 

Here most animals are in open areas and stimulate the natural environment. You need to follow the enclosed paths in these habitats so as to experience them. 

Experience the marine life through huge transparent underwater panels, walk inside butterfly enclosures and we bet, enter dark areas to witness the nocturnal creatures, and we bet, the experience will be one of a kind. 

4. Go tramping

The Kiwis go tramping amidst the magnificent Fiordland, beautiful craters and lakes and so should you on your visit to this captivating land.

New Zealand offers some of the best tramping experiences ever so much so that you will be spoilt for choice. 

We suggest you try the ‘Tongariro Crossing’ day trip while those of you who are looking for more to address the adrenaline rush can try the 4-day Milford track. 

Before you hit the land for tramping, make sure you have the appropriate clothing, footwear, and gear for it. Do some research and pack accordingly. 

While for footwear, Danner Tactical Boots is the best option. They take good care of all your outdoor adventure needs! 

Final Word

These are some of the most exciting and enriching activities to be a part of when in New Zealand. Make sure to be a part of all these or the ones you liked the most out of the list upon your visit and be assured of the most amazing experience ever! 

Wish you a great and memorable trip. Enjoy! 

 

Ruben Arribas is a Spanish traveler who has traveled more than 70+ countries around the world. He believes in travel without money. Recently, he finished a bicycle trip, 9500 km, from Madrid to North Cape.

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