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View the most recent sights in New Zealand!

View the most recent sights in New Zealand!

View the most recent sights in New Zealand!

Through Kristin Mariano the 4th of August 2023 TD Editor Share

Travellers will be enthralled by the abundance of novel and captivating experiences that New Zealand has to offer. Experience the rush at New Zealand’s highest rooftop bar, which offers stunning views, or luxuriate in a one-of-a-kind stay at the cutting-edge PurePod, which offers a wilderness retreat. Enjoy the exhilarating Queenstown night ski parties that combine adventure and celebration, or book a room in a boot made for giants; the options are unlimited

Here is a collection of recent offerings you should check out:

      1.PMU PurePod

Pmu PurePod in Rotorua is the most recent addition to the PurePod line. This stunning house, which is mostly made of glass, is situated in the middle of a green field, giving it a fantastic place to observe the dawn, sunset, and the night sky. The distance to the city centre is only ten minutes by car. launched in July 2023.

  1. Wai Ariki Spa and Hot Springs

The largest spa and wellness centre in the Southern Hemisphere, Wai Ariki Hot Springs & Spa, opened its doors in late June and is situated lakeside in the heart of Rotorua. This is a five star, deluxe experience. Wai Ariki is a haven of relaxation and rejuvenation offering a distinctive blend of ancient Mori healing practises and contemporary wellness experiences. It is owned by Mori (Ngati Whakaue) and managed by Belgravia Leisure. The medicinal mineral-rich hot springs, which are well-known for their restorative and healing qualities, are open to visitors.

Mataroa Eco-Tours, third

A recently established, locally owned and run Mori Trust business, Mataroa Eco-Tours, is located in the Mataroa forest in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. Any lover of environment and wildlife must visit this off-grid eco-centre in the Puhikk reserve, which provides eco-tours and Kiwi bird sightings. Learn about the many plant and animal species and their significance to the forest ecosystem and Mori way of life while enjoying delicious kai (food) in a beautiful natural setting.

Source- Travel daily

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