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Cheap first class tickets to New Zealand: Auckland, Wellington and other

New Zealand is a sovereign island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The country has two main landmasses—the North Island, and the South Island—and around 600 smaller islands. It has a total land area of 268,000 square kilometres. New Zealand is about 2,000 kilometres east of Australia across the Tasman Sea and 1,000 kilometres south of the Pacific island areas of New Caledonia, Fiji, and Tonga. Because of its remoteness, it was one of the last lands to be settled by humans. During its long period of isolation, New Zealand developed a distinct biodiversity of animal, fungal, and plant life. The country’s varied topography and its sharp mountain peaks, such as the Southern Alps, owe much to the tectonic uplift of land and volcanic eruptions. New Zealand’s capital city is Wellington, and its most populous city is Auckland.

What should I know before going to New Zealand?

New Zealand, located in Oceania in the southwest of Australia, is an archipelago made up of two main islands and several small islands. They speak English and Maori, and use the New Zealand dollar (NZD) as their currency.The capital of New Zealand is Wellington. The main airport is located in Auckland (AKL) which is the largest city in the country. Christchurch, Queenstown and Rotorua are among the largest cities.

Which airlines fly to New Zealand?

China Eastern Airlines, Air China , All Nippon Airways, China Southern Airlines, Cathay Pacific are some companies that offer daily flights with a stopover often in China or Hong Kong (HKG) . One to two flights are offered per day by each company. 

What are the main airports in New Zealand?

New Zealand is home to several major cities. The most important airports are, in order, Auckland Airport, Christchurch Airport, Wellington Airport and Queenstown Airport.

When to book your flight to New Zealand?

A stay in New Zealand is pleasant all year round. To make the most of the good weather, choose a departure between December and May, the season which corresponds to the summer period. To take advantage of the best prices on your plane tickets, book first minute. Some airlines temporarily offer discounted deals, so be careful.

When is the best time to go to New Zealand?

New Zealand is a bit when you want! Remember, however, that in New Zealand, Christmas is spent in the middle of summer. The tourist season runs from October to May, the peak season being summer, from December to February. In summer with us, we can ski! Be careful, however, only on the south island! The climate differences between the south and the north are strong, take this into account.

Is a visa required to travel to New Zealand?

Only students, teachers, journalists, athletes and medical patients must have a visa.

What to do in New Zealand?

New Zealand differs greatly from north to south. While the north hosts subtropical forests and volcanoes, there are mountains and ski slopes to the south. So much so that we often nicknamed the south, the New Zealand Alps. Large green spaces have such a presence in the country that the population of sheep has exceeded by fifteen times, the human presence.

  • Milford Sound : This west coast fjord offers an unforgettable visit. Cruises allow you to visit it up to the Tasman Sea and ensure you bring back photos of exceptional holidays.
  • Tongariro National Park : Many hikes are possible in one of the oldest national parks created. Located on the North Island, there are notably several volcanoes. The ascent and descent offer very diverse landscapes, allowing you to fully enjoy the ride. The landscapes can be snow-covered depending on the season, perhaps encouraging to be accompanied by a guide.
  • Waitomo Caves : While staying on the North Island, do not miss all of the Waitomo caves which have the particularity of lighting up due to the presence of glow worms. The boat ride is magical.
  • Waiotapu : Plan a day if you want to visit these sources. Several shows are offered to visitors in addition to the circuit and swimming in the hot springs. Not far from the park, go and observe the Lady Knox geyser, an impressive natural phenomenon.

Where to spend your holidays in New Zealand?

The beaches of New Zealand are well worth the trip to the end of the world. But the island holds many treasures and you can very well go and discover the kiwis in nature reserves marked out by hiking trails. As for New Zealand cities, they have everything from western megalopolises.

  • City-Break : a city break in New Zealand rhymes with lamb on the spit and rugby match! The country is not popular for its gastronomy but you may well be surprised by its wines.
  • Beaches : ah the beaches of New Zealand. Like all those in Oceania, they guarantee a change of scenery. These immense beaches are as popular for surfing as for whale and turtle watching.
  • Mountain : the two islands have numerous national parks with vertiginous peaks and enamelled lakes.

New Zealand is divided into two main main islands. Each has its specificities but both house a wide choice of very high quality accommodation.

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