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Auckland - Top destination in New Zealand

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The beautiful landscape of Auckland is full of volcanic hills, beautiful beaches and lush rainforests. Located in the North Island of New Zealand, it is the gateway to tourism and travel. To plan a vacation in Auckland with your family needs a lot of planning like advance booking of tickets, searching for best hotels and a best travel insurance. Auckland airport, in the southern side of the city, is well connected with rail and road. To reach the desired locations of the city hire a cab or cruise.

The modern Auckland Sky Tower is one of the main attractions of Auckland. The building has a height of approximately 328 meters and makes the tallest free standing buildings of the southern hemisphere. The tower is a part of the SKYCITY Auckland casino complex and attracts a large number of tourists. The upper part of the tower is accomplished with two restaurants and rotates 360 degrees every hour. The tower also feature ‘sky jump” activity which is performed at a height of 192 meter.

Waiheke Island has many scenic beaches all around the Island. Onerio, Palm, Black Pool, Little Palm are the popular beaches of the island. These beaches are extremely beautiful and serene in the Auckland region. You can rent a well furnished beach apartment from the locals and enjoy the beautiful blue waters. The region is hugely inhabited by Pakeha and Maori tribes. New Zealand’s popular wines and vineyards can be found in the island.

You can also visit the famous parks in New Zealand including Auckland Dominic Park - city’s oldest park, Kauri Point Centennial Park – famous for its rich natural flora and fauna and Rose Park – that offers variety of roses. Another main tourist attraction is the film production village in Harataonga beach.
So, visit the Auckland city and collect some memorable moments that you can relish throughout your life.

 

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