Itineraries New Zealand

The 4 Top Tourist Attractions In New Zealand

Kimberly
Written by Kimberly

New Zealand is full of wonderful places to get away to. Hire a campervan and uncover the best parts of the country. There are plenty of attractions and landmarks to be seen, and it can take months to see anything and everything on both islands. If you’re looking for arguably the top tourist attractions in New Zealand, you can guarantee you’ll have memorable and fun experiences at these four places. One thing to keep in mind is that you might have to share them with quite a few other tourists.

Milford Sound

Popular for how beautiful it is, Milford Sound is located at Fiordland National Park. This fjord has everything you want in a natural setting: enormous cliffs, lush forests, calm water and soothing waterfalls. Every picture you take of this place you can hang in a museum! New Zealand offers many activities on and around the fjord from cruises and kayaking to backpacking and scenic flights!

Cardrona Ski Resort

An excellent place to ski for all skill levels is Cardrona, located in the town of the same name. The terrain is tame for families, but there are options for experienced skiers too, such as the Arcadia Chutes. Cardrona Ski Resort is also the only New Zealand resort that has on-mountain accommodations. This means you can book a cabin here and stay overnight!

Queenstown

Out of all the cities in New Zealand, tourists agree that Queenstown is the most exciting. Like any typical tourism town, Queenstown offers superb food, shopping, hotels and entertainment. It is also home to more outdoor activities than any other city in the nation! Bungee jumping, rock climbing, hiking, and paragliding are a few things tourists can do here. You also won’t have to travel far to see some spectacles like Lake Wakatipu and the Remarkables. Hire a campervan and spend a whole weekend in Queenstown for an amazing value.

Hawke’s Bay

Our runner-up city goes to Hawke’s Bay, which is not as thrilling, but still very interesting. While a devastating earthquake shook this town up in 1931, it was rebuilt better than ever before! In fact, most art deco and Spanish mission buildings are still standing since then. Visit one of many different wineries such as Church Road or Stonecroft. Rent a bike and take a carefree ride past gorgeous plains. Stop by the Silky Oak Chocolate Company for a unique glance at chocolate.

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