New Zealand is an island country with a population of only 3.5 million people. It has a reputation for being clean and green, and for being modern and well organized. More than anything else, you will be impressed by New Zealand's fantastic variety of natural beauty and scenery.
 
Come to New Zealand and you will find. a casual South Pacific and contemporary lifestyle; the tradition and life of the Maori (New Zealand's native people); golden surf beaches, crystal clear rivers and lakes, rain forests from the beginning of time; snow-covered mountains offering some of the world's best skiing; glaciers, active volcanoes and hot springs; beautiful landscapes everywhere with air so fresh it will take your breath away. Also, friendly New Zealanders (Kiwis) are always willing to show you the land we call home.
Welcome to Auclkland The City of Sails

New Zealand's largest and most exciting city with a population of 1.2 million people. Overlooking the sparkling waters of the Waitamata Harbour and the many islands of the Hauraki Gulf, Auckland is New Zealand's centre of business and culture. Auckland is at once a busy, cosmopolitan city with a casual, South Pacific atmosphere; a modern metropolis where European, Maori and Asian culture meet and mix in an atmosphere of friendly tolerance. Auckland is a major port city where every day commercial and cruise ships come and go from all over the world, and where sailing and yachting is the number one pastime Auckland is a green city, with beautiful beaches, parks, seaside drives and reserves. The climate is mild and pleasant year round (12 -25 degrees)

Welcome to Christchurch The Garden City, and City of Festivals

The largest city of the South Island, with a population of 320,000, Christchurch is the gateway to beautiful and wild southern New Zealand. Christchurch is situated in the Canterbury Plains, next to the Pacific Ocean and an hour's drive from the spectacular ski-fields of the Southern Alps. In the summer the city is warm and temperatures sometimes reach 30 degrees centigrade. In winter frosts below zero are common. 
Christchurch is the focus for the cultural, technological and natural resources of Canterbury and the South Island The city's central district is a vibrant hub, where friendly people and a 'Kiwi' attitude mix with beautiful gardens, open spaces and elegant old stone buildings. The Avon river winds through town, giving an atmosphere of calm tranquility. Restaurants, bars and cafes abound. Beautiful and natural, uncrowded and charming, Christchurch comes to you fresh each day.
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