A Comprehensive Guide to Exploring New Zealand
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Part of New Zealand, Beautiful Country and Definitely a Worth Traveling To
Part of New Zealand, Beautiful Country and Definitely a Worth Traveling To

A comprehensive guide to exploring New Zealand: Plan your kiwi holiday and enjoy Christmas Break.


I heard a lot about the Paradise Isle on the Pacific Ocean but never had a legacy of visiting over there. It was last Christmas when I and a few of my childhood friends planned a visit together to explore New Zealand. The temperature in New Zealand is mild all around the year. I love to splash on the water and therefore December to February was the ideal time for me. The weather was warm with plenty of sunshine. It was a perfect atmosphere to visit and have unlimited fun.
Moreover, it was my long wish to visit New Zealand because of the breathtaking natural beauty to admire out there. I was spellbound to know the attractions are diverse which includes glaciers, raging rivers, golden sandy beaches and tons of natural attractions. Those were so beautiful it left me out enchanted for long.


I went to New Zealand for a week. I planned my New Zealand Itinerary to explore the North and South Island separately. The beauty is, this Island country got excellent roadways connecting even remote locations. As a ‘Lonely Stone’, Lol! That’s my pen name, and I love exploring unseen and offbeat places. New Zealand was no exception to that. I also love self-driving and hired a car. You can find a similar picture of my car on the cover page of my e-book How to Travel the World For Free. A comprehensive guide to exploring New Zealand is to help you plan your kiwi holiday and enjoy Christmas Break. Let’s jumpstart and start discovering…


How is the Flights connectivity to New Zealand?

For everyone living in the USA, there is a piece of fabulous news. You can enter and stay in New Zealand visa-free for up to 90 days. All you need is a valid US passport. But if you are planning to visit this pacific ocean island country by December, you need a New Zealand eTA from the United States. This is a new rule which incorporated from 1st October 2019 and it is also a mandatory requirement for all US citizens. However, it’s a simple online process and you can complete in a few clicks to start your Bone Voyage. Visit the New Zealand government’s website Visa Section to click here to apply online.


What is the best time to visit New Zealand for everyone loving sand and surf?

I must say its summer which falls from December to February in New Zealand. During this time you will find clear azure blue seawater. It is ideal for snorkeling, surfing, kayaking and enjoying other thrilling water sports. However, for those who love skiing visit between June and September. It is the time when this isle country remains covered under snow bed.


What to see in New Zealand?

Mirror Lake, Fiordland National Park, New Zealand, Beautiful site to see
Mirror Lake, Fiordland National Park, New Zealand, Beautiful site to see

Fiordland National Park, Bay of Islands, Queenstown, Lake Taupo, Tongariro National Park and many more are some of the most popular New Zealand’s attractions. Also, visit Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers and Mount Cook National Park for their breathtaking natural beauty. However, the list is long, and you need a longer stay to explore all. Are you interested to know how to stay in New Zealand for more than 90 days and earn money, keep looking for my upcoming e-book?


Final Verdict: Book your tickets and enjoy Christmas 2019 in New Zealand.

New Zealand is a mecca for adventure lovers and thrill-seekers alike like me. I enjoyed various scenic road trips along with multiple adventure activities. Bungy jumping, canyoning, sky-diving were a few of them. Another Christmas is approaching, and New Zealand is again calling me. I am willing to surrender myself to its beauty and charm. What about you?

Comment below if you are planning to visit New Zealand to enjoy your Christmas holidays.

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