There’re only very few countries as gorgeous as New Zealand, which has become home of hobbits, Orcs, Ents, iceberg, remarkable mountains to a glacier, braided river, stunning lakes, and sleep in a wondrous treehouse. Though, from Wellington on the North Island to Cook Strait, one of the most dangerous and unpredictable stretches of water in the world, to Queenstown, described as the adventure capital of the world. In other words, it's a haven for bungee-jumpers and paragliders.
But for those of us who like to breathe fresh air, rather than feel it whooshing past your ears, there are many other things to see and do. Simply, you’ll admire one of the world's most serene landscapes from a huge bed with sheets that had a higher thread count than a spider colony. Every possum squashed on the road is one less that's eating the indigenous birds and vegetation, the national bird, the kiwi, is most at risk, since it's a daft sort of animal with enormous nostrils, no sensible flight options and a penchant for building nests on the ground. Despite the fact that all of The Lord of the Rings was filmed in New Zealand, to seems to be only one kingdom – a “magical kingdom”. Source: Dailymail