New Zealand Natural Phenomena Highlights
Strange and unusual natural phenomena awaits the traveller who checks out New Zealand's idiosyncrasies. Peer into the bright blue of glacier ice, smell the sulphurous steam from a seething geothermal vent, delve into the limestone underworld or watch a waterfall plunge more than 600 metres into one of the world's deepest fiords. Your explorations will be rewarded with a sense of awe that will never quite go away.
Milford Sound - Fiordland
The pristine sands of Mount Maunganui have long been a Mecca for holidaymakers.
Doubtful Sound - Fiordland
Doubtful Sound; the deepest and second longest fiord in Fiordland.
Marlborough Sounds - Marlborough
Explore the magic of the Marlborough Sounds. Walk, kayak or sail these scenic Sounds.
Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park - Mt Cook & Mackenzie
With 19 peaks over 3,000 metres high, the Park is home to New Zealand's highest mountain, Mount Cook, or Aoraki as it is also known.
Geothermal Activity - Rotorua
Geothermal activity is almost everywhere you look in Rotorua.
Craters of the Moon - Taupo
The craters of the moon - a walk with a difference!
West Coast Glaciers - West Coast
Nowhere in the world's temperate zones are glaciers so accessible as in the West Coast of New Zealand.