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How to Plan Your New Zealand Tour?
Best Time to Visit: Summer from December to February
Major Cities for International Flights: Auckland, Wellington (Capital) and Christchurch
Visa: Citizens from countries including UK, Australia and others who have a visa waiver agreement with New Zealand can travel to New Zealand with NZeTA (New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority). Others have to obtain a visa before travelling, and the visa application can be made online.
Money Tips: The main currency is the New Zealand dollar. Visa and Master card are widely accepted and ATM withdraw is available anywhere.
Explore the North Island to experience the geothermal activities, the movie set in the middle-earth world and the gorgeous coastline.
Discover the essence of South Island including the picturesque Queenstown, the majestic Milford Sound, glaciers and other natural wonders.
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Visit New Zealand in depth to cover the highlights of both South Island and North Island, or combine it with the nearby country - Australia.
Trip Planning FAQs
When is the best time of the year to arrange a New Zealand tour?
In general, summer from December to February is always the best time to visit New Zealand, as it has a moderate and pleasant climate with comfortable temperatures and sunshine. While, it also depends on what you expect. If you like to experience more outdoor activities, you can come to visit in autumn and spring. The weather is still warm then and you can avoid the crowds. Winter from June to August offers amazing opportunities for snow sports. In this way, we can say New Zealand is actually a year round travel destination.
What should I not miss on a New Zealand holiday package?
New Zealand is a paradise for nature lovers where you can see the tranquil lakes, winding mountains, ancient glaciers, stunning fjords and many others. To visit New Zealand, you can’t miss the world heritage site - Milford Sound, the spectacular of the Franz and Fox Glaciers, the Lake Tekapo and the Mount Cook. The picturesque Queenstown & the city of Rotorua that is famous for Maori culture and geothermal activities should also be on your travel list.
What is the voltage of electricity supply in New Zealand?
The electricity supply runs at 230/240 volts (50 hertz) in New Zealand and it accepts flat two or three-pin plug. You'd better take an adapter or converter with you when travelling around New Zealand.
Is it safe to drink the tap water in New Zealand?
Yes. You can drink the tap water directly in anywhere of New Zealand. There is no need to boil the water before drinking.
Is tipping customary in New Zealand?
No. It is not customary to tip in New Zealand. Some people tip only when they receive services beyond their expectations. You can also tip if you'd like to show your gratitude. There is no set amount recommended.