Ancestral land of the Maoris, New Zealand is an archipelago located at the end of the world. Composed of two main islands (the North Island and the South Island), this country has an outstanding cultural and natural heritage. Its isolated character gives it an endemic fauna and flora, discovered late in the 13th century by a people of Polynesian origin. New Zealand's nature includes mountains, volcanoes, glaciers, fjords, beaches, bays, hot springs and wild forests.

Major places to visit in New Zealand: Bay of Islands, Lake Manapouri, Waitomo Caves, Tongariro National Park, Rotorua, Fiordland National Park, Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park, Queenstown...

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