Australia & New Zealand are two spectacular countries full of compelling contradictions where every day brings you close to natural miracles, vibrant cities and proud indigenous people. From the action capital Queenstown with its jaw-dropping landscapes and fjords over the crystal clear waters of the Great Barrier Reef, the sacred Ayers Rock to intimate conversations with aborigines and Maori, get ready to experience the surreal magnificence of these two wonderlands.
New Zealand is a country of superlatives – a place where fiction becomes reality. The picturesque landscapes and remarkable wilderness known from Hollywood movies create a tranquil yet magical atmosphere where nothing is rushed yet in strong contrast to its thrilling adventure offers. New Zealand welcomes people seeking all kinds of vacation whether you’re an outdoor aficionado, culture enthusiast or adrenalin seeker. Although travelling through ‘Middle Earth’ could last a lifetime, here are a few recommendations we absolutely highlight:
Experience the incredible Maori with its ancient traditions and beliefs and manoeuver a 4WD through challenging forest trails around Rotorua. Visit the action-capital Queensland, famous for its Kawaru Bridge and to date more than a million bungee jumpers as well Milford Sound, a stunning fjord surrounded by mountains and roaring waterfalls before you continue your trip to Sydney.
Australia – the name already speaks for itself: an extraordinary and diverse place which is like no other on earth. Hidden from the rest of the world for several millennia before the British arrived in 1788, Australia became a nation famous for traders, gold-miners, farmers and explorers. It now pulls people from all over the world with its breathtaking landscapes, unique geological formations, cosmopolitan cities, aboriginal tribes and the mesmerizing turquoise Indian Ocean. Here are some of the unforgettable highlights that await you:
Strolling around the legendary Sydney Opera House, a visit to the Taronga Zoo where you gain fascinating insights from an expert zoo keeper about Australia’s incredible wildlife, a visit to the world’s largest monolith the Ayers Rock and snorkeling amid wonderful corals and colorful fishes in the Great Barrier Reef. On top, you will learn about the significant importance of aborigines who are thought to have inhabited Australia for up to 50.000 years.