New Zealand | New Zealand’s flag, currency, and Queenstown.

New Zealand, the last continent discovered by humans on the earth, is also the youngest country in the world. It is tucked away on one side of the South Pacific Ocean, and even with the nearest continent of Australia, it is 1,500 kilometers away. People call it an isolated island in the sea of the world.

New Zealand, also translated as New Zealand, is a country in the southwest of the Atlantic Ocean in the South Pacific. The whole country is composed of the South Island and the North Island. The South Island is adjacent to Antarctica, and the North Island is across the sea from Fiji and Tonga. The capital, Wellington, and the largest city in the country, Auckland, are both located on the North Island, and the most popular Hobbit Village also comes from here.

New Zealand is surrounded by the sea on all sides, in a long and narrow shape, with a coastline as long as 15,000 kilometers, spanning a very wide range of dimensions, and having extremely rich natural resources, so it is suitable for tourism throughout the year. However, it should be noted that since New Zealand is located in the southern hemisphere, the four seasons are exactly the opposite of those in China, so the current April is just a good time to enjoy the golden autumn colors.

If you are a travel enthusiast who loves to embrace nature, the country of New Zealand must not be missed, so what exactly are the sceneries that cannot be missed? Let’s take a virtual tour first.

01 Queenstown

Queenstown, located on the clear Lake Wakatipu, is a beautiful small town surrounded by the Southern Alps. No matter where you go, you can always see the lake and mountains faintly. It is said that the people who first came to the town were deeply attracted by the vast and magnificent mountains and meandering rivers here, and thought that such beautiful scenery should belong to the queen, so it was named “Queenstown” and has been passed down to this day.

The beautiful Queenstown is not only a resort suitable for the whole year, but also a favorite check-in base for countless adventurers who pursue excitement. There are outdoor activities such as skydiving, bungee jumping, canyon swing, jet boat, and eco-zip line that are open all year round, allowing every challenger to have a great time.

In addition to the hard-core outdoor adventures, Queenstown can also experience a comfortable slow life, such as Arrowtown, which is 15 minutes’ drive away from the town. It always maintains its historical features. Several 19th-century castle buildings, and the walking streets lined with trees along the way, especially in the current autumn when the leaves are falling in profusion, riding leisurely in the picturesque beauty, being here will definitely make your trip worthwhile.

02 Lake Wanaka

Among the lakes on the South Island, there is a seemingly very lonely willow located in the center of Lake Wanaka, attracting a group of photography enthusiasts to come to explore, and together with the Roys Peak snow-capped mountain behind it and the blue lake view, it forms a very peaceful and quiet picture, so this is also the tree with the highest appearance rate in New Zealand.

03 Christchurch

As the largest city on the South Island of New Zealand, Christchurch has well integrated the elegance of history and contemporary culture. It not only has more than 700 parks and is a truly garden city, but is also unanimously called by tourists as “the place outside England with the most British style”. Nineteenth-century elegant buildings are everywhere, and the historical building groups in the urban area all have the characteristics of the Victorian era of British, and the city is full of flowers and trees, and the elegant environment and mellow cultural atmosphere are fascinating.

04 Mount Cook National Park

In the most magnificent section of the Southern Alps landscape, Mount Cook, as one of the locations for the movie “The Lord of the Rings”, has magnificent mountains, lakes, and glacier views, which all provide a beautiful and elegant snow scene for the visitors who come here. Under the sunlight, you can see the crystal clear ice towers on the Tasman Glacier, which makes people unable to take away and forget.

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