There are just too many gorgeous sights of New Zealand to mention. It is one of the most beautiful countries in the world (in my opinion, the most beautiful) and according to various statistics, it is also one of the most peaceful country on Earth. Its stunning scenery and landscape has made it the adventure capital of the world and you'll see why when you start drooling over the sights of New Zealand.
Via Hobbit trail
So many of the sights of New Zealand have become associated with the Lord of the Rings movies.
Via Let's Glow!
The caves are just as awesome in the daytime too (as you'll see later).
Stunning primordial forest.
The stunning color of the glacial melt waters comes from rock flour (minute particles.)
Clear skies thanks to lack of light pollution.
One of the best hiking trails in New Zealand.
And one of the reasons it's so popular is the diversity along the route.
Via Paua Shell
I think everyone would love to find some on the beach. Paua shell is only found around New Zealand.
Via Aurora Australis
The Southern Hemisphere's equivalent of the Northern Lights.
The beaches are one of the major attractions of New Zealand, yet they're never crowded.
If New Zealand is the Adventure Capital of the World, Queenstown is the Adventure Capital of New Zealand.
Via The Blue Pools
Mother Nature used every color on the palette when she painted New Zealand.
Just one of 14 national parks in New Zealand.
Mount Cook is the tallest mountain in New Zealand.
It looks like Wales! Sandfly Bay is a nature reserve and ideal for spotting sea lions and yellow-eyed penguins.
If you love waterfalls, there are plenty of viewing opportunities in New Zealand.
A favorite among surfers and there's also the Mangwhai Clifftops Walk.
These are the glowworm caves you saw earlier - in daylight.
Via Tunnel Beach
Otago is just outside Queenstown and there's plenty to do here if you seek an adrenaline rush.
Via Dinosaur Eggs
The huge spherical stones are known as the Moeraki Boulders.
Via Akaroa Harbour
So idyllically rural. Did you know there are 3 million people in New Zealand but 60 million sheep? ^_^
They can't seem to decide if this is the tallest waterfall in New Zealand or if it's Browne Falls.
This is romantically known as the "Champagne Pool."
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New Zealand's Fjordland.
Another stunning beach.
That color is just unreal.
The indigenous people of New Zealand are Maoris - Polynesians who settled the islands before 1300 BCE.
The glacier and the Matukituki River valley is a popular summer hiking area.
Perfect Lord of the Rings Scenery.
Book yourself a VW camper and take a tour of the vineyards.
The volcano on an eruption day. It's the most active and tallest volcano in New Zealand.
The largest city on South Island suffered a huge earthquake in 2010. It was of 7.1 magnitude and 185 people lost their lives.
Via Mt. Cook
When spring comes to the mountains ...
It's not just we humans that love the beaches of New
Classed as one of the World's Most Dangerous Roads.
What a fabulous road trip this would be.
One of New Zealand's great cities.
Hobbiton is a permanent tourist attraction and there are tours of Peter Jackson's LOTR movie set.
Sunsets to rival sunsets anywhere.
One of the larger fjords or Fjordland.
There aren't words to describe it ...
This is the beach that's at the very top of my bucket list.
New Zealand or Scotland? Uncanny!
Via Angelus Hut
The Blue Nelson Lake - also known as Rotomairewhenua – is considered the clearest lake in the world.
Well we've come to the end of my selection of the sights of New Zealand. I'll never tire of the stunning sceneries - will you?
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