Backpacking to Wellington ( New Zealand) Diary
I specially got to know more about Maori culture, geographical attributes of the country, new zealand at the time of world war 1 and 2 etc. once you come out of the museum, you can go to city gallery wellington where you would love the art , serenity and the positive vibes coming from each frame, it's amazing. each picture depicted some story which you can twist and bend it in your own way and grasp accordingly....
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Road trip itinerary | New Zealand
Day 1: Arrive in Auckland Day 2: Road trip through Coromandel peninsula Day 3: Thermal wonders of Rotorua Day 4: Tongariro crossing and drive to wellington Day 5: Ferry to south island and Marlborough sound Day 6: Arthur pass national park Day 7: Mt cook national park and lake Pukaki Day 8: Te Anau and a day trip to Milford Sound Day 9: Queenstown Day 10: Outbound flight We visited at the end of December, which is officially the start of summer in southern hemisphere....
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Whereas both North Island and South Island are undoubtedly beautiful, North Island is the more populous part of New Zealand well - known for its cosmopolitan cities like Wellington and Auckland along with places like Rotorua where you can still experience the culture of the Maoris, the aboriginal people of New Zealand....
Carpe Diem in Kaikoura
Kaikoura's at the southern island of New Zealand so if you're at the north island, you gotta take a ferry from the north down.I took the inter-islander ferry from Wellington and then the intercity bus all the way to Kaikoura YHA.The best part of travelling in June/July around New Zealand would be that it is the non-peak period so rest assured you have all the alone time you need.Weather's amazing too; it was winter, roughly around 10 degrees though it gets colder at night.AccommodationThe rates at Kaikoura YHA is one the cheapest you can get and there is a reason why it's nicknamed 'By the beach packpackers'....