The most beautiful place in the world, Aotearoa
There are attractions in the country and heaps to see especially for first time visitors.
Read the below which may be helpful to those planning a holiday around NZ.
NZ Weather and Climate
Spring is on the 1st of September
New Zealand has a temperate climate in the south island and sub-tropical climate in the North Island and the nature of the terrain,. Maximum daytime temperatures sometimes exceed 30°C and only fall below 0°C in the elevated inland regions. Generally speaking, rainfall and humidity is higher in the west than the east of the country due to the north-south orientation of the mountain ranges and the prevailing westerly/north westerly winds.
Un-sheltered areas of the country can get a bit breezy, especially in the centre, through Cook Strait and around Wellington.
New Zealand has a great selection of cuisine and dining options where you can experience fantastic NZ food and wine. New Zealand's Pacific rim cuisine takes influences from Polynesia, Europe and Asia which is reflected in the food. As New Zealand has thriving farming and fishing industries, diners are spoilt for choice for cuisine from both land and sea. The famous Kiwi beef and lamb is commonly featured on menus, as is fresh seafood and a variety of fresh and local produce. World class restaurants can be found in New Zealand's larger towns and cities.
New Zealand Slang expressions (to get you started)
You may get a strange look if you use Kiwi slang in New Zealand, but it may be used inadvertently to in conversation. If you don't understand just ask and most New Zealander's will explain.