‘I fell in love with not only her landscape but also her language. The Maori name for New Zealand couldn’t be more perfect..
Aotearoa, land of the long white cloud.’
Golden fields on Castle Hill
A field of limestone rock formations which were formed at least 40 million years ago when New Zealand was covered by the sea.
Proof that there is so much beauty below the surface we do not know about.
A flight above New Zealand’s highest mountain, Aoraki.
Almost 13.000ft high and as long as the entire South island, this beauty is by far one of the most magical places of the Southern Alps.
Westland Tai Poutini
Four seasons a day and waterfalls a stone’s throw away.
We’re halfway through our seven day trip along the Southern Island of Aotearoa and we find ourselves in a beautiful green wonderland, Franz Josef. A magical place where temperature drops within minutes.
New Zealand is not only known as the long white cloud and the land of waterfalls but she also has a largely temperate climate.
From subtropical weather and abundant sunshine to ice cold temperatures and moderate rainfall, which explains her stunning surroundings.