New Zealand’s 7 wonders

Whenever we travel we always admire two aspects of the place we’re in. It’s culture and nature. If you have ever been to New Zealand or will be I am sure you will agree with me. New Zealand is not and won’t be about culture anytime soon. It’s a about nature. Why? Because the impression made by nature in New Zealand will always be damn high, and because of this fact it will be damn difficult for cultural aspect of the country to achieve target at least near as high as its nature.

I don’t wanna say that New Zealand doesn’t have any culture because it does. But the nature there is just incredible what you could see on the pictures I keep uploading with every post. That’s why I have prepared my own list of 7 natural wonders in New Zealand.It wasn’t easy as I could write about it endlessly. It is also a list of places I have been to, so I can confirm it is the place to go. I haven’t been everywhere though. There’s no particular order in here, I love all the places more or less the same. I couldn’t put them in the order though, that would be too difficult.

Pancake Rocks

Mount Cook National Park

Lake Tekapo

Fiordland: The Chasm and Milford Sound


Fox Glacier: Glow worm forest / Sorry for netpic – can’t do it with iPhone. No sponsors for a proper camera 😦


Kaikoura: Seal pups kindergarten

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