12 Views Kiwis Would Rather Keep To Themselves
NEW ZEALAND is comprised of two main Islands, North Island (Te Ika-a-Maui) and South Island (Te Waipounamu), and various small islands peppered across the Tasman Sea. One of the last places on Earth to have been settled by humans, its remote and dramatic nature remains largely undeveloped, and the country’s mountain peaks and volcanic landscapes have attracted countless outdoor lovers in search of unspoiled nature.
Here are 12 views that New Zealanders would rather keep to themselves.
1. Milford wild sunset
Milford Sound is a fiord located in the beautiful Fiordland region in the southwest of South Island.