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At the end of April 2021, my friend and I traveled around New Zealand for three weeks. Many excursions and attractions in the country are associated with the filming locations of this film.

We dreamed of visiting the village of hobbits, crossing the path to Mordor, and walking along the suspension bridges of the elven forest. We began to prepare for the trip three months in advance. There was enough time, but it is better to book your affordable Delta Flight Tickets three months in advance to get high discounts and have time to plan your trip.

How to explore the best places in New Zealand?

Anyone who has ever visited New Zealand knows why tourists usually visit here again. With its friendly culture, delicious wine, and rich Māori history, New Zealand is one of the most exciting places to spend your vacation. The best way to explore New Zealand is by car. Rent a car (preferably electric) and hit the road. Don't miss the most luxurious hotels in New Zealand. You can rent your cars, book your stays and flights at pocket-friendly rates with Sky Fly Trips.

Can I travel around New Zealand during Covid-19?

To prevent the outspread of coronavirus, the entry of tourists to New Zealand is strictly controlled. It is mandatory to go through isolation even if you are not in a quarantine-free Travel Zone.

Below we have listed 13 of New Zealand's most beautiful places to help you get started on your journey to this amazing country.

1. Waiheke Island:

Waiheke Island is the second-largest island in the Hauraki Gulf of New Zealand. It is the most populated island. The popular beaches on Waiheke Island are Onetangi Beach, Sandcastle on Oneroa Beach, and Palm Beach.

2. Piha Beach, Auckland:

The North Island is also home to some of New Zealand's most beautiful beaches. Piha Beach, located near Auckland, is famous for its black volcanic sand.

3. Champaign Pool, Rotorua:

Champagne Pool has unique features including naturally colored springs, steaming ground, bubbling mud, huge volcanic craters, and expansive vistas. It is the only place where saltwater swimming is permitted to tourists.

4. Bay of Islands:

The Bay of Islands is a cluster of picturesque islands surrounded by turquoise waters, and the country's northernmost point, Cape Reinga, is located at the point where the Tasmanian Sea meets the Pacific Ocean.

5. Hokitika gorge:

Hokitika Gorge is a short walk from the car park through mainly Rimu and podocarp forest to a viewing platform where the water has to be seen to be believed.

6. Volcano Taranaki:

The symmetrical, and steep-sided cone of Taranaki is a large andesitic stratovolcano located on the west coast of central North Island. It was previously known as Egmont.

7. Moeraki boulders:

The Moeraki Boulders are spherical and large boulders lying along the stretch of Koekohe Beach.

8. Lake Tekapo:

The sky-blue waters of Lake Tekapo are well worth a nap on the way to or from Christchurch, which has recovered remarkably quickly from recent earthquakes and is now one of the most creative cities in the country. If you are looking for skiing, take a winter break at The Remarkables, or hike the local trails if you come here in the summer.

9. Mount Cook:

Mount Cook also known as Aoraki is the highest mountain in New Zealand. Its height is 3,724 meters and it lies in the Southern Alps. It is a popular tourist destination and a favorite challenge for mountain climbers.

10. Lake Wanaka:

Lake Wanaka is the fourth-largest lake and the most popular swimming spot here is the western corner of Roy's Bay. If the rowers are present you can swim on the shoreside of the yellow buoys.

11. Tongariro:

Also, don't neglect the North Island. A trip to New Zealand would not be complete without a wine tasting in the Hawke's Bay region, a visit to the sparkling Sulphur lakes of Tongariro National Park, and some of Auckland's stunning culinary attractions.

12. Cape Reinga:

Cape Reinga offers the ultimate northern New Zealand experience. See two oceans collide and discover the place of leaping, where Māori spirits begin their ultimate journey.

13. Queenstown, Otago:

Queenstown, New Zealand, sits on the shores of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu. There's bungee jumping off Kawarau Gorge Suspension Bridge and jet-boating on the Dart rivers. In winter, there's skiing on the slopes of The Remarkables and Coronet Peak.

The South Island is usually the first destination for tourists, many of whom are attracted by the vast natural landscape and the opportunity to see the locations where The Lord of the Rings was filmed.

You can enjoy the holiday of a lifetime, with hassle-free affordable flight tickets by Sky Fly Trips. Contact us now for more information.