: The National Museum of New Zealand in the capital Wellington, Te Papa, is the best way to discover the rich history of the country, its indigenous people and first European settlers. Visit The National Museum of New Zealand
: Many exhibitions, festivals, screening, Maori cultural events take place throughout the year. For more information click on this link
: New Zealand is the outdoor country par excellence.
Visit the National park
: There are many Maori sacred sites and tribal meeting places around the country. Visit the Indigenous New Zealand website
Thermal: Hot springs flow all over the country. There are many natural spas, in particular in the North Island around Roturoa.
: New Zealand has an extraordinarily extended coastline in comparison to its size, with an abundance of beautiful beaches, from sandy to rock-strewn. For more information click on this link
: There are over 15 national ski resorts with good snow and superb countryside. For more information, visit this link
Outdoor activities: New Zealand is one of the world capitals of bushwalking (tramping), with hundreds of outstanding tracks, regional and National parks as well as UNESCO World Heritage areas to explore. Sailing, bicycle touring, whales watching, skiing and golfing are also very popular. The country is the world capital of bungee jumping and rugby is a way of life for many kiwis.
: Auckland and Wellington are the two capitals of shopping in New Zealand.