New Zealand is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is possibly the most beautiful country in the Pacific Ocean. New Zealand is naturally beautiful with snow-capped mountains, tropical beaches, raging rivers, majestic fjords, steaming hot-springs, ancient forests, spectacular caves and many more. The entire country is a natural wonder with so many gorgeous and unique places.
But which are the most beautiful places in such a beautiful country? I've done a little research and tried to present you the most beautiful places in New Zealand. Here we go...
1. Milford Sound
Milford Sound is undoubtedly the most beautiful place in New Zealand if not the most beautiful place on earth. It is a beautiful fjord with snow-capped peaks, roaring waterfalls and lush rain forests around it. Milford Sound cuts its way through land on its way down to the ocean. It is New Zealand's most famous tourist destination with stunning, beautiful and spectacular view of the nature.
Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s most beautiful places and is a popular tourist destination. It is a thrill seeking paradise surrounded by beautiful lakes and a set of mountains known for their spectacular beauty. Queenstown, which is home to the world's first commercial bungee site, is regarded as the adventure capital of the world.
Located on the North Island, Corromandel is a beautiful peninsula to the east of Auckland. Swollen with sub-tropical rain forest, sea cliffs, pristine beaches, and charismatic towns, this peninsula is one of the most attractive destinations in New Zealand. Corromandel has over 400 kilometers of beautiful coastline and is a great place for surfing.
4. Tongariro Alpine Crossing
Located in the Tongariro National Park, Tongariro Alpine Crossing is one of New Zealand's most spectacular tramping tracks. It passes over varied and spectacular volcanic terrain. The Tongariro Alpine Crossing track is regarded as the best one-day tramp in New Zealand because of its dramatic scenery and unique land formations.
5. Ninety Mile Beach
Ninety Mile Beach is one of the longest and most beautiful stretches of sand in the world. Located on the western coast of the far north of the North Island, it is
a 90-mile long stretch of pristine golden sand that separates the
Gippsland Lakes from Bass Strait. It offers a wealth of beach activities from beach fishing and swimming to walking, whale and dolphin-spotting or just lazing in the sun.