New Zealand is located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The country comprises the North and South Islands and several smaller islands. It was one of the last lands to be settled by humans, so that there is distinctive biodiversity of animal and plant life.
The climate is mild and maritime, but it can change unexpectedly. In summer (December-February) the temperature is between 20-30°C and in winter (June-August) between 10-15°C. The rainfall is also very high in New Zealand, but therefore it’s an ideal place for horticulture. (Christchurch is the driest and Auckland the wettest city).
New Zealand is a beautiful landscape with mountains, volcanoes, coastlines, fiords and rainforests. If you like the adventure, you have to do rafting, kayaking, diving, hiking in the mountains or skiing. But there is also a more relaxing side of the Island, where you can play golf, make wine tours or just visit the several museums and galleries.
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New Zealand is also known for its nature and wildlife. On the Island you can find a vast bird population, for example the fascinating bird ‘Kiwi’. You can also do whale or dolphin watching, even penguins and seals live on this multifaceted Island. So it’s worth it to explore this extraordinary Island and discover all the different sides of it.