ABOUT NEW ZEALAND
- Official name : New Zealand / Aotearoa
- Form of government : parliamentary democracy
- Capital : wellington
- Population : 45,45,627
- Official language : English / Māori
- Money : new Zealand dollar
- Area : 2,69,055 square kilometers
- Area : 98,26,630 square kilometers
- Major mountain ranges : southern alps, kaikoura ranges
New Zealand is a remote, mountains group of islands. In the southeastern Pacific Ocean the two main islands north and south islands are separated by the Cook Strait. Australia, its nearest neighbor is 1600 kilometers away.
The islands were created just 23 million years ago the land was thrust out of the ocean by volcanic force. New Zealand has more than 50 volcanoes, some of which are still active today. Sharp snowy peaks, rocky shores & pustures reat a majestic landscape.
The south island is home to the highest mountain peak in new Zealand mount cook, which rises to 3754 meters and is called “cloud piercer” by the maori people.
Most Visited Tourist Places in NEW ZEALAND
- FIORDLAND NATIONAL PARK & MILFORD SOUND
- BAY OF ISLAND
- QUEENSTOWN, SOUTH ISLAND
- LAKE TAUPO TONGARIRO NATIONAL PARK
- ROTORUA, NORTH ISLAND
- FOX & FRANZ JOSEF GLACIERS
- ABLE TASMAN MATIONAL PARK
- NAPIER, HAWKE’S BAY
and many more…..
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