NEW YEARS EVE IN NEW ZEALAND

NEW YEARS EVE IN NEW ZEALAND

New Zealand is a sovereign island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The country geographically comprises two main land masses: the North Island, and the South Island and around 600 smaller islands. IF you want to get among it all experience in New Zealand atmosphere, then this is guaranteed in New Zealand cities. The usual custom pf New Year’s Eve is to countdown to the New Year and to hit a fireworks display. Then you can go to the after parties where sets compete with your live bands and DJ. These all events happen on 31st of December. So I am going to tell you about the top 10 places in New Zealand to stay for New Year.

TOP TEN PLACES TO ENJOY NEW YEARS EVE:

AUCKLAND:

As the most populated city in New Zealand, you can guarantee a vibrant atmosphere. The Sky Tower fireworks display is something spectacular. For the best view of the display and fireworks throughout the city. Try and get on the water. Across the water from Devonport, or on Mt Eden. You can watch the fireworks from webcam through your device connected with wife. So book your tickets now to watch this soulful fireworks.

 

CATHEDRAL COVE:

Let’s start with the beach that features of every brochure, every Instagram feed, everything you can think of to do with New Zealand landscapes. Cathedral Cove features in The Chronicles of Narnia plus other multiple music videos. The beautiful rock formations can be explored by kayak or simply walked to from the Pa Road car park.

Christ Church:
Christchurch is the third largest city in New Zealand and also a great choice of people to celebrate the New Year’s Eve in the country. Christchurch is also a beautiful destination to spend your holidays with family members and friends. You just need to get your spot at the North Hagley Park to watch the New Year’s Eve 2020 fireworks. Last year, the party was kicked off at 6:30 and 2020 party is going to be hell fun. Christchurch is a great place to celebrate New Year’s Eve and welcome it with a bang. This is a city in New Zealand and is well known for the English heritage it possesses. Located in the east side of New Zealand’s South Island it has a beautiful scenic view on the river banks of Avon.

 

NELSON TASMAN : Nelson Tasman is renowned for its stunning natural landscapes, with diverse geography capturing everything from long golden beaches to untouched forests and rugged mountains. Perhaps it’s the sun, perhaps it’s the location, but Nelson Tasman has long been a magnet for creative people. With one of the largest numbers of working artists and galleries in the country, you’ll find an array of craftspeople living in the region; traditional, contemporary and Māori. Visit their studios, explore the weekend craft markets, taste the delicious locally made artisans

NINETY MILE BEACH:

Not actually 90 miles but more like 55 miles, 99 miles are just a hyperbole. Ninety Mile Beach has a lot to offer considering its size. First and foremost, this stretch of beach is used for driving on, as it’s actually a registered highway. Second, there are some awesome locations for sand dune boarding, most popularly at The Paki Stream. Most travelers access Ninety Mile Beach through bus tours, by staying in different near coastal areas.

 

 

QUEENSTOWNE:

Earns law Park is in full on party mode for the party lovers. New Zealand NYE 2020 is creating excitement in people from now itself. Celebrations by the lakefront and Rhythm & Alps are known for New Year festivities. Don’t miss to take some glimpses of the great Paddock Music Festival closed to Wanaka. Skyline’s Gondola Restaurant offers you panoramic views and mesmerizing fireworks at midnight. And I advise you to reserve your seats now.

ROTORUA: Nowhere in the New Zealand earth feels more alive than it does in rotor. Spend an evening being immersed in indigenous Maori culture at Matai Maori Village. View warriors paddling an ancient waka (war canoe), savor a traditionally cooked Hang (earth oven) meal and enjoy an authentic Maori performance. Raft the mighty Katina & its 7m waterfall Surrounded by lush native forest filled with birdsong, the Katina is a thundering river that winds its way through the outskirts of Rotor. Its home to the highest commercially raft-able waterfall in the world – the 7m Tutee Falls. You don’t need any experience to enjoy this rafting adventure; choose one of the four tour providers here.

 

TAURANGA Tauranga is a beautiful travel destination in New Zealand. The city has many beautiful beaches where you could enjoy and celebrate the New Year with your loved one. The city has many beautiful places where you could enjoy New Year party at midnight with your loved one. However, due to the popularity of New Year events and parties, you just need to book your stay well in advance to get the confirmed booking of your selected hotel in Tauranga, New Zealand and find something extraordinary to take home with you. Eat ready for a mind-blowing experience of New Year’s Eve.

WELLINGTON

There is a bit of a change of pace in Wellington, the first capital city to see the New Year, with its family friendly NYE festival in Frank Kitts Park Lagoon. Fireworks go off at 8pm and then again at midnight. From 10pm, in true artsy city style, the entertainment consists of iconic local movies to the soundtrack of Wellington Orchestra during the countdown to the fireworks. Although many locals head off to more touristy or beach based venues for their new year parties places such as Nelson, Hawkes Bay, Taupe and Tauranga are very popular choices there will still be enough going on in Wellington to keep you entertained over the Christmas and new year period.


TORRENT BAY:

Torrent Bay was named by French explorer Dumont D’Urville during his exploration and mapping of this area of New Zealand in 1827. The area was surveyed as a village in the 1920s. When Abel Tasman National Park was formed in 1942, the village was not included in the Park, so remains as a village of holiday houses on privately owned land within the National Park. As part of the Motueka Ward of the Tasman District Council, land is of freehold title and can be unsold and built on, within strict building codes and resource consents. There is no road access, and no electricity but there is a water supply to most properties. There is a small camping area but most accommodation is in private holiday homes. There is one Lodge operated as accommodation for walkers and kayakers on commercial trips. So book your room in lodge right now for life time experince.

Updated: — 8:38 am

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