Hotel Accommodation New Zealand in Luxury
New Zealand is a beautiful country that lies to the East of Australia. It is made up of two main islands, the North and the South, and each has their own attractions for tourists. Generally, the weather in the North Island is much warmer, with milder and more pleasant winter. It is also much flatter than the South Island. The South Island of New Zealand features stunning mountainous landscapes, and people staying in New Zealand accommodation in the South Island often make the most of the colder temperatures by taking part in winter sports and exploring glaciers. New Zealand is a sparsely populated country that only consists of around 4.5 million people. Its rural layout and fertile soils have made it the perfect place for farming, which is the country’s main industry, along with accommodation and tourism.
If you are planning on visiting and staying in New Zealand, you’ll be able to use the search feature on our website to use your interests and budget to find the perfect accommodation in New Zealand for your stay.
Your New Zealand accommodation could be part of history
When New Zealand was first founded, the settlers at the time began to find that there was plenty of gold on the island. The first gold mines were dug, and quickly, the island became the location of a huge gold rush. Many of the smaller towns and villages in New Zealand started out as dwellings for the early miners, although once the mining trade began to fade, farming quickly became the favoured trade. All over New Zealand, you can see evidence of gold panning, and you can even try your hand at it for yourself when you visit certain areas. Kuaotunu, Naseby and Waihi are just some of the quaint little towns that you can visit where evidence of New Zealand’s mining history is plain to see.
New Zealand is also a world known beauty spot. It is filled with volcanoes, glaciers, stunning forests and wonderful wildlife. If you’re looking for a relaxing vacation at the heart of natural landscapes, you wont find another place quite as pretty as New Zealand. You’ll get great views from your New Zealand accommodation, and you’re never likely to be far from a National Park, river or some kind of natural wonder. The Tongariro, Whanganui and Egemont National Parks are jut three examples of the stunning places you’ll be able to visit near your New Zealand accommodation.
If you’re the adventurous type, you’ll love New Zealand. There’s all kinds of outdoor activities that you can take part in. Stay in accommodation in New Zealand that’s close to a white water river like the Otaki, Gowan and Glenroy Rivers where you’ll be able to take part in all kinds of exhilarating white water activities. Other rivers in New Zealand are ideal for doing more gentle activities, like taking a river cruise or kayaking. Fishing is popular along the many rivers of New Zealand, and if you are staying in hotels in New Zealand that are close to a river, it is very likely that you will be able to go fishing. See the next section to find out what other great activities that you can do.
Whether you are looking for an exciting and fun-filled holiday, or a more relaxed and quiet holiday, you will be able to find the perfect New Zealand accommodation for your stay. If you use My Accommodation’s search feature, you’ll be able to find hotels in busy cities like Wellington, Christchurch or Auckland, or for something a little quieter, choose Fox Glacier, Arrowtown or Franz Josef for quieter towns and villages where you can have a peaceful stay.
Things to do near your New Zealand accommodation
There are so many things to do in New Zealand that you’ll not fit everything in! From lazy summer afternoons of golf, to exciting white water adventures, you’ll find all kinds of things to do, for people with all levels of abilities. You’ll find things for the whole family to take part in, or enjoy a romantic getaway. Whatever you’d like to do, you’ll find the perfect activity near your New Zealand accommodation.
Whether you’re staying near the Rangitata River in Mount Somers accommodation, or if you’re staying in Wanganui, you’ll find great white water activities to do. These, and many more locations across New Zealand are perfect spots for white water rafting or kayaking with qualified instructors.
A large portion of New Zealand is made up of National Parks. These are conserved areas of natural beauty, where you can enjoy hiking, trekking and even take cycling or horse-riding treks around the parks. On the many lakes of New Zealand, you’ll be able to go jet skiing, canoeing, take a tour of the area by boat, or even just go fishing.