New Zealand - The Wild South
Globetrotters like to tell you where the most beautiful corners of the world are. And for everyone, these are naturally to be found somewhere else. Anyone who dares to circumnavigate the world completely will not miss Australia and New Zealand either.
About New Zealand
Not many of us have the opportunity to extensively explore New Zealand. Be it lack of time or lack of money. That's why we want to introduce New Zealand briefly in advance and write a few sentences about it. Then you will know, if you really travel there, which destinations are particularly worthwhile. New Zealand is an island country located southeast of Australia. And even if it looks like he's within walking distance - no. The distance to the coast of Australia is a good 1500 km at the closest point. There are two main islands that look like a split boot. The capital is Wellington and is located on the North Island. A total of around 5 million people populate the country. New Zealand is also known as the Green Island. That is not by accident. Flora and fauna are unique and paradisiacal. It is therefore not surprising that this industrial country still lives primarily from agriculture and forestry, followed by tourism and only in third place is industry. New Zealand is just different. The south of this almost southernmost country in the world is called wild. He's not that wild though. To travel it, it is worth renting a mobile home and getting on and off the bat as soon as you arrive at the airport.
A trip across the South Island
If you are planning a round trip, you can let your creativity run free. You really can't go wrong. No matter which direction you choose, there are plenty of wonderful intermediate destinations. There we have the cities of Christchurch, Oamaru, Dunedin, Queenstown, the Franz Josef Glacier, the village of Punakaiki with the incomparable Pancake Rocks and the Blowholes, the Abel Tasman National Park, the Nelson Lake National Park and umpteen wildly romantic kilometers of coastline in between. In the southwest, the indescribably beautiful fjords await the visitor, such as the Milford Fjord or the Doubtful Sound. The best tip for you is to bet on a mobile home to be able to travel independently. Simply no need to look for accommodation. Not having to be tied to check-in and check-out times, but simply driving flexibly to where you want to go. Bring enough time with you and plan in advance what you would like to see. You will see that no matter how much time you bring, you will never get bored. The south of New Zealand is a true paradise on earth.