New Zealand is the same as saying that the Earth throbbing is alive. Its high seismic activity is rare, so volcanic eruptions are frequent, anytime we see jets of water or steam that sprout, vapors that emanate from cracks in land, mud pools in continuous boiling and along with all this glacial mountains, fast water currents, deep lakes, crystal clear waters, many forest reserves, desert and long beaches and a variety of very varied fauna, as Kiwi, an endemic specie of these coasts. And we must not forget the ancestral Maori culture that gradually emerges after colonization. New Zealand has remained unchanged, in spite of their constant change, produced by nature, because this country is nature in its purest form.
266.700 km² km²
4.035.500 inhabitants people.
Three quarters of the population are Europeans, the rest are Maori, Asians and Pacific Islanders.
The official languages are English and Maori.
A third of the population does not practice any religion. 50% is divided between Catholic, Presbyterian and Anglican. The rest are Methodists, Baptists, and others.
Awaroa Inlet, Abel Tasman National Park
Cruise at Milford Sound
City view from Westhaven
Wellington City Sunrise
Beach walk in Karekare