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NORTH ISLAND VS SOUTH ISLAND ON NEW ZEALAND TRAVEL

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It’s not often that we break down the differences between two parts of a single country, but there are few countries that divide so neatly in two like New Zealand. Ideally, if you’re budgeting a New Zealand tour, you’ll make time for both islands, but there’s no guarantee that you’ll have the time to accommodate such a large trip, especially if you’re adding New Zealand as a stopover after a vacation to Australia or Southeast Asia. If that’s the case, how do you choose between the North Island and the South Island?    MORE

NEW ZEALAND’S FRANZ JOSEF GLACIER VS FOX GLACIER

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It’s not often that we break down the differences between two parts of a single country, but there are few countries that divide so neatly in two like New Zealand. Ideally, if you’re budgeting a New Zealand tour, you’ll make time for both islands, but there’s no guarantee that you’ll have the time to accommodate such a large trip, especially if you’re adding New Zealand as a stopover after a vacation to Australia or Southeast Asia. If that’s the case, how do you choose between the North Island and the South Island? Well, first of all, you’ll have to know what the difference is between these two major islands before your visit on New Zealand travel. That’s why we’ve broken down the major differences between the North Island and South Island.   MORE

WHY YOU SHOULD GO TO NEW ZEALAND IN THE SPRING OR FALL

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Spring and Fall might be the perfect seasons to travel to New Zealand. The seasons in New Zealand are the exact opposite to North America, and the climate is still temperate in the fall and spring. The “shoulder” seasons offer great value and fewer crowds. This enchanting 268,021 square kilometre nation is the perfect place to relax and enjoy incredible sweeping landscapes, inspired cuisine, fun adventure sports, and top-notch attractions. It’s the perfect destination to visit on its own or during a stopover en-route to the South Pacific islands.   MORE
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