In case you’ve been attempting to locate New Zealand tours which match your budget, your time needs and your individual pursuits, you may know it can be a bit overwhelming. It’s tempting to just sign up for one at the travel agent, and trust they have included a little bit of everything, enough so you’ll be happy for at least part of the journey.
However while the country can look small and simple to work your way around from the other side of the world, it is actually packed full of a diverse range of feels, cultures, scenery and even climate. Many people hit the same centres again and again when travelling and miss some of the little gems along the way.
Auckland is often rushed through by visitors wanting to get to the untouched scenic parts, and a person travelling alone can also get sidetracked by the main drag of Queen St without discovering some other areas that may relate better to individual interests or hobbies. Find New Zealand tours that cater to your individual interests and develop an itinerary with you in mind.
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The North Island and South Island look incredibly different to each other with the North having more built up cities and small towns, and the South full of a wide range of seemingly untouched beauty, including beaches, mountain ranges, native bush, fiords and glaciers. Many of these things can also be discovered in the north, but tend to be spread between built up areas, or have a fair amount of commercial tourist action around them.
If you venture even further south you’ll discover Stewart Island, the small and rugged island at the far south, that is full of complete peace, intoxicatingly beautiful bush walks and plenty of places where you can experience total relaxation. When researching New Zealand tours, select one that gives you an opportunity to discover the country you want to see.