We love New Zealand for: Its Rich Culture and History
Weather: New Zealand has a mild and temperate maritime climate with mean annual temperatures ranging from 10 °C (50 °F) in the south to 16 °C (61 °F) in the north.
Temperatures in the capital Wellington Summer (Dec, Jan, Feb) 20ºC/ 68ºF, Winter (Jun, Jul, Aug) 12ºC/54ºF.
Culture : The majority of New Zealand’s population is of European descent 78% European/Other, 14.6% Māori, 9.2% Asian and 6.9% Pacific people. Food: New Zealanders come from many ethnic backgrounds, and most immigrants to New Zealand have tried to reproduce their native cuisines or national dishes in New Zealand
Popular sports in New Zealand include Rugby, Cricket and Netball.
Languages: The official language of New Zealand is English
Religion 56% of the population in New Zealand identify themselves as Christians. With 37% not identifying themselves with a religion.
The economy of New Zealand is modern and developed. It is a prosperous economy. Wool has historically been one of New Zealand’s major exports. Wine and diary are growing exports in New Zealand.
Visit the Routeburn Track
Take the opportunity to visit these beautiful heritage areas – through forested valleys rich with birdlife, waterfalls, turquoise-blue rivers, deep green lakes and spectacular mountain scenery.
Swim with dolphins and watch whales
Off Kaikoura on South Island, a mixture of very deep water and the mixing of warm and cold currents forces nutrients to the surface, providing a rich habitat for a variety of marine life. This in turn means visitors can see sperm whales, dolphins and seabirds such as the royal albatross.
Take the opportunity to visit this vibrant wonderful city
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