New Zealand is an island country in the Pacific Ocean that comprises mainly of two main islands. Owing to its remote location, New Zealand was the last habitable landmass on the planet that opened upto human settlement. However currently, New Zealand ranks among the top developed countries in the world and is home to some of the most developed and advanced cities in the world. The capital city wellington is an example of a supremely advanced modern city and the Wellington Harbour is a very popular tourist attraction in New Zealand.


The warm and hospitable natives of East and North-East India is known for its love for food, nature, and guests. The region is characterized by its diverse yet interconnected languages, customs, beliefs, andtraditions intertwined into a solid cultural mix. 


East India is celebrated all over the world forits rich traditional legacy, myriad tribes, and religious fervor. When in East India,get ready to hop on the experiences of your lifetime – witnessing the indigenousarts and crafts of the tribals, bamboo and cane marvels, miniature art,grounded lifestyle, architectural marvels, religious fairs, and festivals, andmore!

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Top Things to do in NZ

New Zealanders have a well defined penchant for adventure and thrill and hence it comes as no surprise that NZ has a lot of adventure & extreme sports to offer for tourists and travelers. One can choose from bungy jumping, jet boating, skydiving or zip-lining or simply relax and take it easy at beautiful hot pools, cultural attractions and art galleries.

Feast on some mouth-watering delicacies

Like Australia, NZ is blessed with an endless coastline, being literally surrounded by water on all sides. Hence it comes as no surprise that its cuisine is influenced by the sea. Some of the most famous dishes in NZ are crayfish and seafood followed by meat dishes such as lamb, fowl and goat. However one could also try to sample the Hangi, which is food cooked underground. The NZ pavlova is a distinct sweet dish that New Zealander’s claim to be their own invention. The Kiwi fruit is also abundantly available here.

Visit these Places of Religious & Cultural Value

New Zealand, like its Oceanic neighbour, Australia does not have any official religion with a majority of their population choosing no religion. However, it does allow freedom of religious practice for all its citizens and religious places in New Zealand are present for people of all religions. However with a vast majority of NZ’s populations preserving their Maori heritage, there are a lot of religio-cultural places of importance that are significant to Maori culture and traditions such as Mt Cook National Park known as Aoraki in Maori language. Wellington Harbour & Spirits Bay known as Te Whanganui-a-Tara & Kapowaiura respectively.

Visit these Places for Adventure and Fun

For adventure & fun, tourists can go Ziplining on overhead cables in Rotorua, Canyoning in Queenstown, Heli-Skiing in Wanaka. That apart they can choose to go for Zorbing, off road driving, bungy jumping or cave exploring and white water rafting too.

Visit these Places for A Romantic Getaway

For a romantic getaway, go private glamping in Hawke’s bay, turn up the heat in Onsen Hot Pools in Queenstown, go for a hot stone massage at The Coromandel, a la carte lunch at Carrick Winery & Restaurant or helicopter ride picnic in Christchurch.

Explore New Zealand

Take a look at some pretty pictures in New Zealand