Famous hot springs of the North Island- New Zealand

Queenstown-New-Zealand
New Zealand’s geology has an interesting feature – naturally occurring hot pools. The Maori word for hot springs 'waiariki' is also the word early Maori used to describe the Central Plateau's volcanic region – most of New Zealand's hot pools are found in the north. There is a mix of commercial and completely free hot pools to plan a visit – with each of them trying to rejuvenate your tinana (body), hinengaro (mind) and wairua (spirit).   Ngawha Ngawha has 8 pools of varying temperatures Read more [...]

Things to do in Westland National Park (Te Wahipounamu)

There are various things to do here and they are as follows:-                                                                             Shantytown Shantytown is indeed a leading New Zealand attraction which houses various historic buildings. Recreated in 19th century pioneer town, here you are promised to get the best form of enjoyment thanks to getting the luxury of riding a steam train etc. Besides journeying on steam train, you can also have a bushwalk. Read more [...]