New Zealand Travel Tips and Information
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The flight time to New Zealand is approximately ---- hours. Check the climate, currency, religion, manners, other information of New Zealand below. Wishing you pleasant travels to New Zealand.
New Zealand is a series of islands located in the Pacific Ocean. New Zealand is made up of two main islands and 600 smaller islands.
Visa and Immigration Procedures to New Zealand
Australian residents do not require a visa to visit New Zealand, and many countries have visa waiver agreements that allow residents to visit for up to three months (six months for the UK) with no visa. The visas are very flexible, usually allowing visitors to stay in the country for up to nine months. Visitors between the ages of 18 and 30 may also apply for a working holiday visa, valid for one year. Be sure to organize your visa before buying your plane ticket.
Things/Items Allowed into New Zealand
New Zealand Customs allows non-residents to carry with them duty-free up to 50 individual cigarettes or 50 grams of tobacco or cigars, 4.5 liters of wine or beer, and personal artifacts such as clothing, jewelry, and toiletries.
Things/Items Forbidden out of New Zealand
・Honey and Honey Products ・Tea and Coffee not original package ・Plants ・Food for Animals ・Forest Products ・Biological Products and Organisms
Things/Items Forbidden into New Zealand
・Honey and Honey Products ・Tea and Coffee not in original package ・Plants ・Food for Animals ・Forest Products ・Biological Products and Organisms
Voice of Travelers to New Zealand
New Zealand, the best nature has to offer
Booking my ticket to New Zealand was a dream come true, because I’ve always wanted to explore the country . It has so many terrains that you can be in a desert, then a few hours drive away you can be in snowy mountains! I drove myself around rather than buy transportation tickets but I had a look at the tours, and the tickets were very reasonably priced. There are lots of animals and plants that you can only see in New Zealand because it’s so isolated. I was surprised at how cosmopolitan Auckland was – I’d heard there were lots of festivals there but didn’t manage to get a ticket – the shopping opportunities and restaurants there were amazing.
New Zealand delicacies
My holiday to New Zealand was a phenomenal culinary experience, and I began planning my meals almost as soon as I booked my ticket! The Pacific Ocean surrounding New Zealand gives restaurants a huge variety of fresh seafood – I bought a ticket to the beach, and had a gorgeous simple meal of fish and chips on the seafront on a warm evening. Perfection! I finally tried some of the world-famous New Zealand lamb (one of the country’s main exports) and it was better that I could have imagined. I also sampled some of the local wines with my meal – a light New Zealand red was just the ticket!
Why I would recommend New Zealand
New Zealand is an excellent destination for water sports enthusiasts. Rather than buy a ticket for the ferry, you can kayak to explore the islands, and the Bay Island is famous for its scuba diving opportunities. If you do buy a boat ticket, you may even see seals and friendly dolphins. It’s also worth organizing a trip to the Coromandel (the transport ticket can be quite cheap), a stunning area of coastline perfect for relaxing, sunbathing and exploring. There are hot springs close to the sea, and you just have to dig a hole in the sand to find them! The beautiful Cathedral Cove is famously used in many films, and the rain-forest is worth exploring for the native wildlife.
New Zealand Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What are some important tips when visiting New Zealand?
A. New Zealand has strict customs policies, so be sure to accurately complete the declaration forms at the airport; when in doubt, ask the authorities, otherwise you may end up with a hefty fine. Make sure you keep your passport and plane ticket with you when moving around the country. New Zealand has many remote areas, so if you’re driving make sure you always have enough gas. Public transport will help avoid this problem – there are varieties of travel tickets available, but the bus ticket is quite inexpensive. Camping is widely available without a permit or ticket, on any conservation land which is quite easily found in New Zealand. Be aware that the climate can vary and fluctuate, depending on when you’ve booked your ticket, so it’s worth having both warm clothes and sunscreen with you.
New Zealand - Direct Flights to Major Airports
Airports handling direct flights toAuckland Airport・Los Angeles International Airport ・Bauerfield International Airport ・ Hong Kong International Airport ・Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport ・Kuala Lumpur International Airport ・Hamad International Airport etc
Airports handling direct flights toChristchurch International Airport・Hong Kong International Airport ・Dubai International Airport ・Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport ・Singapore Changi Airport etc
Flight Routes to New Zealand
There are seven airports in New Zealand that accommodate international flights. The largest of these are Auckland airport and Christchurch airport. New Zealand has many direct international flights from places such as Chile, Australia, America, Canada and several Asian countries. Other countries will require a stop-over ticket, most journeys from Europe will have a layover in Singapore or Hong Kong.