Overview of New Zealand Regions
Each of the New Zealand Regions has its Own Character
Shaped by its Location, Climate, Culture, History and Society...
Making each region an ideal destination for your relaxing
New Zealand Holidays, or... One with extreme adventure!
Geographically, New Zealand is described as a country consisting of two main islands, the North Island and the South Island, with numerous smaller islands, most notable Stewart Island, boasting diverse, dramatic beautiful scenery.
Bay of Plenty
Great Barrier Island
Twenty-Five Distinctive Regions
Include high peaks in vast mountain ranges to volcanoes, fiords to sub-tropical forests, lush rolling farmland to geothermal activity, desert-like plains to unpopulated islands. And... along the coasts, white and black sand beaches.
All these Regions Geographical Attributes Naturally Create
Unique points of interests and tourist attractions for visitors to enjoy and discover.
Explore the sub-tropical north of the North Island to the deep south of the South Island. Discover yourself in New Zealand!
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