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Number of flights per week4
Top destinationsAuckland
Most popular airlineAir New Zealand
Most popular airportAuckland Airport
Flight Duration17 hour 30 min

About New Zealand

Located in the eastern part of Australia, New Zealand is composed of numerous islands, scattered across the Pacific Ocean. Wellington, New Zealand's capital, is one of the country's largest cities, along with Auckland.
The native name for New Zealand translates to the "land of the long white cloud." Its population is slightly over 5 million. Nearly the entire population in New Zealand speaks English. However, there are native communities that speak Maori and other languages in the country.
The majority of the population in New Zealand consists of European immigrants, with a portion being of Maori descent. The country is religiously diverse, with most of the population being Catholic. Nevertheless, due to the influence of indigenous peoples and immigrants, some communities follow various religions or have no religious affiliation, including Muslims, Buddhists, and Hindus.
The indigenous people of New Zealand, the Maori, are recognized as the first community to settle in the country's lands. Subsequently, the British, who arrived in New Zealand later, eventually established themselves as the predominant settlers, laying the foundations for modern New Zealand.
New Zealand is famous for its magnificent natural landscapes and stunning mountain views. While some regions experience cold and harsh winters, especially in the south, the coastlines offer a milder climate. Being in the Southern Hemisphere, New Zealand's seasons are the reverse of those in the Northern Hemisphere, with winter occurring between June and August and summer between December and February.
New Zealand has almost limitless alternatives to offer for those who visit. During the winter season, especially in higher regions, you can enjoy skiing and other winter sports, while in the summer, you can relax on unique beaches, sunbathe, and swim. New Zealand is also a paradise for adventure seekers, with activities such as surfing, rafting, and diving among the most popular extreme sports in the country.
Known as the filming location for worldwide acclaimed films like "The Lord of the Rings," New Zealand has become a focal point of interest for cinema enthusiasts in recent years. The country's rural areas, each providing enchanting scenes, are the backdrop for these movies. Apart from the countryside, you can visit numerous islands along the coasts, where you can capture the stunning landscapes that New Zealand has.
One of the most remarkable features of New Zealand is its rich biodiversity, making it one of the countries with the highest plant and animal diversity in the world. In particular, the size of some insects in New Zealand may astonish foreign tourists.
To reach the country, you can make connections from Sydney, Australia, or major hubs like Bangkok, Seoul, and Hong Kong.

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