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Team New Zealand travel guide | Once Upon A Trip Guide
There is a great diversity of flora, fauna and fauna in New Zealand and we would be happy to show you as many of them as you like! Some towns are also definitely deserving a visit. They' re nice and neat, they give you a feeling of security 24/7 and provide a great choice of fun for the whole group.
It' s hard for us to suggest one of the islands more than the other, each of them has its own temper. You are better off going to fewer places and seeing them than trying to see everything and end up making your holiday on the run. Remember also that while the airline companies now offer you much more fun to keep you busy on your way here, you will still find the long-haul trip (or flights) strenuous.
Don't overestimate the impact of jets, you may not be able to reach the bottom under your feet as soon as you are there.
Overseas New Zealand Lifestyle
We are surrounded and inspired by the magnificent landscape of our vast expanses, even in our largest towns. This is why nearly 22,000 expatriates surveyed for HSBC's 2015 Expat Explorer poll ranked New Zealand as the "first country in the entire planet for total experience". Country and place are of key importance for the identities of our M?ori population. This bond has faded on non-M?ori New Zealanders (pakeha), strengthened by the ground-breaking legacy of their own ancestors.
Our knowledge of our relation to earth and ocean tells a great deal about kiwis. The New Zealanders all have a powerful feeling of tutelage (kaitiaki-tanga) for our world. We have strict control over rural planning, fisheries, water and nature protection, for example. We have reserved over 30% of our total surface area for our own park and other reserves.
Comprehensive campaigning is underway to free our country from threat to indigenous fauna and to help vulnerable communities such as our indigenous bird population, which includes kiwis. You will get an impression of how diligently we are protecting our natural surroundings from the severe biosafety constraints that apply when landing at the New Zealand Aiport.
Tourism can only fly over the surfaces of New Zealand's stunning landscape. Most New Zealanders who have been living here all their life have not seen or done everything. More than 90% of immigrants find that our landscape surpasses or fulfils their expectation, according to a recent Immigration New Zealand poll. People have a much smaller imprint on New Zealand than in many other states.
It' s therefore simple to loose the masses of the population and to have the broad freedom for oneself. New Zealand has an approximate population of only 16 per sqkm. As we get our part of the wilderness, our climates lack the extreme conditions that make it difficult to penetrate nature. The far northern part can be positive sub-tropical, while the low southern part can get freezing wind.
The New Zealand has the South Hemispheric season, with winters from June to August and summers from December to February.