North Island is widely known for its national parks, volcanic activities, and cosmopolitan cities. Three-quarters of the total population is living in North Island of New Zealand. North Island is the fourteenth largest island of the world. Largest city of the country, Auckland is located here. North Island, New Zealand most beautiful destination is titled as “The city of sails”. Capital Wellington, home to the national museum is at its southern tips. North Island is the island of activities where visitors can enjoy plenty of activities like catching sun rays at magnificent beaches along the coastline, thriving Auckland, or going to wine-tasting at the lush vineyards. Pohutukawa trees looks very elegant with red flowers providing welcome shade along the coastal area of beaches at New Zealand. Pohutukawa trees, known as Christmas Tree of New Zealand, as they produce red flowers in the Christmastime. This country’s fertile heartland will richly reward tourists with rugged mountains, steep gorges and lush forests with variety of flora and fauna. Visitors love the thrilling and exciting activities of exploring Tongariro Alpine Crossing, two active volcanoes in the Lord of the Rings region. Coromandel coast puts on glittering snow with majestic limestone and golden sand formations. Adventurous activity lovers like to visit north island for cruise trip, kayak and bush walk, bungy jumping, sky diving, parasailing, jet boating, and white-water rafting. Hobbiton movie set is must visit place where some scenes from movies The Lord of The Rings and The Hobbit Trilogies were filmed.
Whole year specially in school holidays
Sailing and boating at the bay of the islands, shopping at Auckland and Wellington, enjoying entertaining evening and nightlife at clubs, bars and restaurants, knowing plants and trees of the native forest like Pohutukawa tree, exploring fascinating culture of Maori Community, have the taste of amazing wines at Gisborne and Gewurztraminer.
East coast beaches, West coast beaches, Auckland, Wellington, Native forests, Pohutukawa Plymouth, Napier, Hastings, Palmerston North, large volcanic lake Lake Taupo, Tongariro National Park and many unexplored places.