Romantic places to visit in New ZealandPosted by: Team TP, Posted on: 1 month ago
Snowcapped mountains, magnificent fields and vivid coastlines of New Zealand make it a perfect tourist destination. It is the best romantic place in the world and is filled with amazing sights and experiences. Its natural wonders provide hikes, drives, climbs and more will provide you with some precious moments. If you are looking for a romantic escape or vacation, you should definitely visit New Zealand. Check out the list of most romantic places in New Zealand.
With diverse cafes, nightlife and restaurants, it is a great city to visit with your partner. You should visit Sky Tower to experience the amazing panoramic views of the city. Do not forget to explore Auckland’s Rangitoto Island- the largest and youngest volcanoes boasting island.
This is a beautiful place away from city’s hustle bustle that offers relaxation with its local forests, perfect beaches, and cool vibe. You can visit Cathedral Cove by having a romantic walk from the north end of Hahei beach. It is said to be the most picturesque part of the island. The Coromandel Peninsula is a sandy beach where you can relax in your very own spa pool.
Waiheke Island offers a private experience that comprises of wine tasting with privacy. Starting with the short ferry ride in the sparkling waters of Hauraki Gulf, the couples can then enjoy a picturesque tour of the island. It is also a food paradise for foodies with restaurants offering scenic views.
Located in the Pacific Ring of Fire this geothermal wonderland is one of the top destinations in New Zealand. Rotorua offers one of the unique experiences with The Mud Spa in Hell’s Gate. It is home to Maori culture, this place consists of steaming fumaroles, boiling mud pools, erupting waters, a mud volcano, and the largest hot waterfall.
Forgotten world highway
It is New Zealand’s oldest heritage trail – a 155 Km highway between Stratford and Taumarunui. From the top of it, you can see three volcanoes of Tongariro national park in the east and the snow-topped cone of Mount Taranaki in West.