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    Planning a vacation in New Zealand can be as exciting or as quiet as you choose; within the country is an unbelievable quantity of activities, entertainment and sights. The country is perfect for families, couples, independent travelers and groups. It is also a popular destination for newlyweds due to the exotic nature and supreme beauty.

    The natives of New Zealand have arrived from all over; from the time when Captain James Cook arrived here many cultures have moved here to live amongst the Maori population, residents themselves for more than 1000 years. Visiting the country today there is plenty of evidence of the Maori culture, and to further spice up the pot, other ethnic groups have arrived from Polynesia, China, Taiwan, Korea and Vietnam.

    Two islands make up New Zealand, North and South, and are separated by the narrow Cook Strait. The North Island is the location of Auckland and Wellington, the country’s main cities, but each island offers a broad variety of appeal to visitors.

    New Zealand isn’t normally chosen for a beach holiday by holiday-makers, people are also searching for a bit of adventure and something truly different from the ‘normal’ package tour holiday. The country can definitely supply this with a choice of snorkeling, kayaking, hiking, and mountain biking. If you are looking for a prearranged tour many involve adventure based activities intended for groups, families or individuals. Cheap hotels can be booked by carrying out a hotel search online.

    New Zealand is prominent for its stunning vista and tourists arrive here from around the globe to explore it. Unlike any other country the beaches are pristine, the ocean blue and the wildlife offers some unusual reptiles, exotic birds, bats, tropical frogs and gecko due to being cut off from the rest of the world for millions of years. A native bird of New Zealand, the Kiwi is now facing extinction as it is defenseless against predators.

    Guided tours are always a good plan as you are guaranteed to see all the best parts of the city or area. If you are interested in the history and culture of the country then this is a great way to learn about the inhabitants and observe them and their country.

    Making up part of North Island is the Pacific’s ‘Ring of Fire’ where volcanoes are still active although Ruapehu hasn’t erupted since 1995; visit the geothermal areas of Taupo and Rotorua where they have hot springs and geysers. Fishing is also good here and the rivers and lakes are clean and pollution free, trout, salmon and perch are abundant in the rivers and the fly fishing is said to be unbeatable.

    There is a broad selection of accommodation and lodging available across New Zealand, anything from luxury hotels offering the highest international standards to clean and pleasant backpacker hostels. Motels and lodges typically offer self contained units frequently with full cooking facilities. You can easily find cheap hotels online if you prefer to book before you go.

    Accommodation and lodging is competitive in New Zealand, whether you have the funds for something luxurious or just a clean and basic hostel. New Zealand has verdant forests, hot springs and geysers, vineyards, lakes and fiords, imposing mountains, ski fields and open grasslands. With no need to go anywhere else, search for cheap hotels Asia online. Go online and find hotels in New Zealand as well as Montreal hotels and accommodation in Las Vegas or anywhere else in the world at reasonable rates.

    Author: Michiel Van Kets

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    Michiel Van Kets provides article services for Tim Brooks who works for Cheaper than Hotels Worldwide which helps travellers find the right hotel at the right price. Using intuitive technology a visitor can search a database offering bargains in more than 130 countries. Visit the website to find Singapore hotels, budget accommodation in Los Angeles and cheap hotels in Thailand.

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