Cheap Luxury Holidays Review – Oceanic
An oceanic climate (also known as marine, west coast and maritime) is the climate typical of the west coasts at the middle latitudes of most continents, and generally features warm (but not hot) summers and cool (but not cold) winters, with a relatively narrow annual temperature range. It typically lacks a dry season, as precipitation is more evenly dispersed throughout the year.
Based on the research and tourists review, here are the populated statistics I would want to share. This help to furnish you with a pellucid idea, so that it makes your selection more conducive. There is no order preference in this review.
Capital: Central heart of New Zealand – Wellington
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Places of Interests: Bay Of Islands, Abel Tasman National Park, Tongariro National Park, Franz Josef Glacier, Lake Taupo, Milford Sound, Waiotapu, Huka Falls, Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park, Lake Wanaka, Westland Tai Poutini National Park, Waiheke Island, Moeraki Boulders, Lewis Pass, Zealandia, Wellington Botanic Garden, Waitemata Harbour, Tititea, Fox Glacier etc.
My Rating: 9.7 out of 10
New Zealand Review
By: Becky Mahan San Diego, California | May 03, 2013
Land of pristine nature, untouched paradises, and impeccable beauty. New Zealand seems like the last corner of earth that hasn’t been ravaged and compromised – it’s modern, firmly set in the 21st century, and yet manages to maintain an old world feel, especially in the country. The land is sparsely populated (indeed, there are more sheep than people!) and one can drive for days through rolling meadows, craggy mountains, roaring rapids, plunging gorges, and gentle sloping plains dotted with hay bales, sheep, and grazing cows. As if to reflect its stunning scenery, the people – or “kiwis” – are arguably the friendliest and most hospitable people on the planet.
By: Nally New York City, USA | Jan 19, 2013
Aotearoa (the land of the long white cloud), as the Maori call it, is a breathtaking and magical group of islands now called New Zealand. It was the first country to allow women to vote, and the only mammals native to the country could either swim or fly. There are more sheep than people here, and people are called Kiwis, a type of flightless bird. Many daredevil sports have originated here, including bungee jumping and zorbing. From mountains to bays, vineyards to volcanoes, New Zealand is stunningly beautiful, and, so far, it has been one of my most favorite destinations in the world.
By: Dolly Santos Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | Apr 27, 2014
Yes I love it so nice place and I’m excited to go as soon as possible.Just waiting for the processing of all my documents..Wow!I can’t wait anymore!
By: Terry Gardner Santa Monica | July 04, 2012
New Zealand is currently my favorite place on Earth. I love the wide open spaces, lush green scenery, emphasis on recycling and protecting its environment. The people are welcoming, and adventure seems to be in their blood. . . unless it’s in the water.
By: Anita Singapore | July 04, 2012
We drove across South Island in a week stopping at little townships that caught our fancy – Christchurch, Blehneim (delicious glasses of the best sauvignon blanc you’ll EVER taste!, Wanaka (sky dive here, much more scenic if that’s even possible)
It was an amazing vacation and I didn’t think a place as untouched by nature as New Zealand is, exists till I was there.
By: JohnMichael San Jose, California, USA | July 04, 2012
I remember I was at a hotel in Australia where I met a guy who asked a number of questions about my current trip there. I had answered them with nods and ‘oks’. He then replied that it was all better in New Zealand. As it turned out.. he was a kiwi. I like kiwis!
New Zealand Gold Coast
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