New Zealand

13.12.2016
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New Zealand has a certain advantage compared to many other countries of the world in a topic in particular, which is only its vegetation, only 80% of New Zealand favoured by its climate and specific fauna. Most of the trees found in the country are Evergreen, with what the landscapes in full winter and in autumn they are not sad of bare trees but that they still have the splendour in spring or summer. In turn, from the 4000 meters of height of the Alps in the South Island to the beaches further north in the Far North, the temperature difference is abysmal, and we can frosting to temperatures below 0 in the central areas of the South Island and at once reaching 20 degrees in the North Island in midwinter. Thus, input, we consider an extremely flexible country in terms of seasons of visiting New Zealand. Anyway, if there is an important and determinant factor that is the price factor, and divide it into 2 main sections, the price of flights and price of activities in New Zealand. With regard to flights, the best season is without doubt during the winter in the northern hemisphere, excluding very requested dates of the holiday season for obvious reasons. At this time the prices may be as low as 500 Euros with departures from virtually any major Spanish city.

In our summer, instead, prices go up because it is high season, reaching the 700 Euros as minimum. On the other hand, activities work upside down. In New Zealand the low season is during our summer and prices of rental motorhomes, accommodation and various activities could be less than half of what they are in high season, which runs from October to March about. Our recommendation from low is an intermediate, specifically the month of September, starting with the South Island where the peaks are still snow-capped mountains and live the magic of the Alps with its splendour, ending in late September in the North Island, where the first heats of summer will make us enjoy the beauty of the beaches and forests at the beginning of spring.

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