Women Only Tours in New-zealand

New-zealand

New Zealand will leave you enthralled by its fairytale landscapes, Maori culture and turquoise waters. From Auckland's serene islands to the magical Waitomo Glowworm Caves and Rotorua's geothermal wonders to fjords that make it one of the best hiking destinations; New Zealand has something for every kind of traveller.

  • Best Time to Travel

    October - March

  • Curent Weather

    13 Degree C
     

  • Area Code

    + 64

  • Population

    4.693 million

Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Nightlife
  • Festivals

Shopping in New-zealand

If you love shopping, it could easily occupy most of your travel time. From gorgeous jade ornaments, hand-crafted glass and local wood products to beautiful possum knitwear and sheepskins, there are a number of things you can buy here. Stroll through local food, art and crafts markets, browse top designer labels and boutique shopping spots, and buy beautiful items infused with the Kiwi cultural uniqueness on your visit to this island nation.

Nightlife

While New Zealand is known more for fabulous landscapes, natural wonders and exciting adventures, it has its fair share of world-class bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Take a look at what goes on once the sun sets in this island country.

Auckland: Britomart Precinct is packed with bars and restaurants and promise long hours of fun, food and drinks with your best pals. Starting the evening early? Head to North Wharf for some amazing food. Ponsonby and Karangahape Road are also great for night-outs.

Wellington: From Courtenay Place to Willis Street, Lambton Quay to Queen's Wharf, you're bound to find places with live music and dancing. The best thing about Wellington is that these happening late-night cafes, bars and clubs are all within walking distance.

Christchurch: Revolving around Merivale and Ferrymead, which boast of clubby-style bars, sports bars with big-screen TVs, stargazing and a young, happening crowd.

Small Towns: You're assured a lovely night with relaxed settings in Dunedin, Queenstown and Taupo. Explore bars, clubs and restaurants with a kiwi twist and soak in the best of New Zealand's nightlife in these smaller towns.

Festivals

Pasifika Cultural Festival: Every March, Auckland's Western Springs Park hosts a fantastic fun-filled cultural weekend. This celebration of art, music, food and dance of Pacific Island Communities is one of the South Pacific's most significant cultural events.

Auckland Lantern Festival: The Auckland Lantern festival is an occasion when the Albert Park lights up with stunning lanterns and amazing performances of martial arts, dance and live music. This is the best place to feast on delectable Chinese cuisine at the stalls that dot the park.

Queenstown Winter Festival: The 10-day festival is the Southern Hemisphere's most legendary winter party, drawing in crowds every July. This Kiwi festival offers an array of activities that range from wild and wacky, to glamorous, sporting and cultural. If you're visiting in July, don't miss this event!

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