Going down to New Zealand was an amazing and magical trip, Its not easy to get to see these places and have a chance at discovering these magnificent places unless you know friends or locals who can take you to the most beautiful and peaceful landscapes where tourist are absolutely non existent from the every day life. I’m glad I sacrified seing the normal way you see Aotearoa to achieve peace and see for myself the astonishing landscape.
1- you have one of the most fantastic way to enjoy New Zealand, their amazing sunsets. This is what day’s end can look like on the West Coast beaches near Auckland, which include Piha, Te Henga and Karakare. This one is courtesy of photographer Oh Kim.
2- Milford sound, the most famous of Fiordland’s many sounds, where the Tasman Sea cuts into the deep, glacially carved inlets in the Southwest of the South Island.
3- Wharariki Beach, If you travel to the northernmost point in the South Island, you’ll eventually arrive at Cape Farewell to see deserted beaches like this one. Paul Bica photo.
5- Port Jackson at the tip of the Coromandel Peninsula, looking north towards the Great and Little Barrier Islands, Port Jackson is seen here enjoying some dramatic late-afternoon light. Alex Schwab photo.
6- Rabbit Island Sitting just off the coast of the South Island in Tasman Bay, Rabbit Island is part of a recreational reserve that was established way back in 1908, thanks in part to its expansive swimming beaches.