The "land of the long white cloud" called this by the native Maori people was discovered by Europeans in 1642. New Zealand is comprised of two main islands: North Island, more industrial and with more rapid growth, marked by volcanic activity and geothermal intensity, and the South Island, the largest and least populated, most famous for glaciers and fjords.
With a maritime climate, the country has wildlife and unique flora which you will discover through the spectacular scenery: geysers, waterfalls, lakes, fjords, forests and glaciers.
While crossing from south to north, across the two main islands that make up New Zealand, you will discover many different climates, landscapes, and surroundings... in the south, the climate is Norwegian: you are skiing in the morning and watching the whales play in the fjords in the afternoon. In the northern Auckland region, the climate is almost Mediterranean. In the extreme north, the climate is subtropical: warm water and lush vegetation.
In short, a visit to New Zealand offers a world of things to discover.