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Experiencing Natural New Zealand
New Zealand Wildlife
Ancient reptiles, unique bird species, abundant marine life and a passionate commitment to conservation make New Zealand the Ultimate Destination for Unforgettable Wildlife Encounters.
Encountering New Zealand’s remarkable wildlife, whether it be a massive sperm whale or the tiniest kiwi chick, is guaranteed to be unforgettable. Kiwi, New Zealand's most famous native bird is also one of its most unusual, flightless and nocturnal being the National Icon.
Natural New Zealand
The wonderful thing about this part of the world is that there are so many Exciting Activities to experience against a backdrop of stunning natural Landscapes.
• 4WD Adventures
• Kayaking and Canoeing
• Wilderness Retreats
Mount Cook National Park
More than one-third of New Zealand’s precious landscapes are protected. National Parks protect some of the most special.
• There are 14 national parks and they feature 12000 kilometres walking tracks
• About 1000 huts for overnight stays.
• World famous Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand’s most visited
New Zealand’s Archipelago boasts soaring Mountains, Volcanic Moonscapes and Aquamarine Lakes fed by Glaciers, which can be discovered in close proximity to temperate rainforests and surf beaches thundering against a backdrop of rolling hills.
• Alpine Areas: The Southern Alps are the mountainous backbone of the South Island.
• Geothermal Features: Bathing in a hot mineral pool is a popular way to experience geothermal activity.
• Beaches, Coasts & Islands: Boating is a New Zealand tradition and a great way to explore coastal areas.
• Glaciers: Fox and Franz Josef are two of the world’s most accessible temperate-zone glaciers.
• Caves: New Zealand’s most famous cave systems is at Waitomo in the western North Island.
Sustainable New Zealand
The Environment has always been at the Forefront of the New Zealand visitor Experience.
• About one third of its land area is protected in parks and reserves.
• The karori wildlife sanctuary experience and Kapiti Island, where visitors can enjoy a glimpse of conservation efforts in action.
• Producing just 0.2% of the world’s total greenhouse gas emissions, New Zealand was one of the first countries to pledge a carbon-neutral future.
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