Don't miss these New Zealand attractions
The Huka Falls is New Zealand's most famous natural attraction. The waterfalls provides a breathtaking photo opportunity, as more than 220 000 litres of water tumbles over the cliff face every second. The Huka Falls is by far the most extraordinary natural wonder in New Zealand. The Huka Falls definitely demands a visit.
Kelly Tarlton's Antarctic Encounter and Underwater World
A visit to the Kelly Tarlton's Underwater World will allow you to have a close-up interactive experience with thousands of marine creatures without even having to change clothes or getting wet. Among thousands of other marine creatures you will also be able to see King and Gentoo penguins, huge sharks and thousands of other colourful fish.
Sky city is the place where all the action is, if a little action is what you're looking for then Sky City is where you will find it. Sky City in Auckland has everything, from luxurious hotels to theme parks and casinos. Stroll to the Sky Tower - a 328 meter high tower that offers absolutely breathtaking views of over 80kms on a fine day. The Sky Tower is the tallest tower in the southern hemisphere.
The Te Papa is a modern national museum, that tells great stories about New Zealand's land and people. The Te Papa uses modern technology to bring old historical stories to life again. They feature objects that imitates the culture, art and the lives of the Maori people.
Kaikoura Whale Watching
There is no other place in New Zealand or for that matter in the world, where you can get this close to these magnificent animals. The Giant Sperm Whales are giants indeed, go on a day cruise and have a inspiring experience with encounters so close you can almost touch them.