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A major attraction for visitors to New Zealand is the short distance between starkly differing landscapes.
Sparsely populated Northland comprises mainly farmland fringed with spectactular bays and beaches.
The Taupo/Ruapehu District in the centre of the North Island features snowy mountains, sparkling rivers leading into a mighty lake and thermal outlets with steaming water.
Rotorua's active volcanoes, massive craters, boiling mud, exploding geysers and unspoiled native forests have enchanted visitors from around the world for more than 160 years.
In the South Island, the glorious Southern Alps plunge westward through luxuriant rainforest to a breathtaking West Coast. Packed in between the imposing peaks and wild Tasman Sea are bizarre landscapes of limestone, granite and glacial ice, tranquil lakes, rushing rivers, subtropical and temperate rainforest and rare birds and plants.
In the south of the South Island, Queenstown, one of New Zealand's premier holiday destinations, is surrounded by majestic mountains and enjoys the stunning weather of four distinct seasons.
The immense Fiordland National Park takes in the whole southwest corner of New Zealand and contains the breathtaking Milford Sound. The thick forest is virtually untouched by humans.