Why Visit New Zealand?
It's undoubtedly one of the most spectacular places on earth. Situated southeast of Australia, it may seem like a long way to travel, but your visit will be one of the most memorable of your lifetime.
1. The Incredibly Diverse and Unspoiled Scenery
Made up of two main islands and a host of smaller ones, New Zealand has an amazing range of breathtaking scenery, from subtropical forests, beaches and offshore islands in the north to glaciers, lakes, snow-covered mountains and large flat plains in the south.
2. Outdoor Adventures
Where else can you go surfing, skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, tramping, sailing, swimming, parachuting, horseback riding or caving all within a 100-mile radius and even on the same day? Don't forget to try the bungee jump, invented and made famous right here.
3. The Unique Wildlife
New Zealand split from the large land mass that once joined Australia and Antarctica about 85 million years ago. As a result, bird and plant species can be found here that exist nowhere else in the world.
4. The Ease of Travel
There's nothing easier than hopping in a car or RV, known locally as a campervan, and heading off on a New Zealand adventure. The country has a great road network, and every town has an information center to help tourists if you need directions or advice on the local attractions. There's also an excellent intercity bus network covering the entire country. Distances between towns and attractions are not too great.
FAMOUS PLACES TO VISIT IN NEW ZEALAND
- Bay of Islands
- Franz Josef Glacier
- Sky Tower
- Zip lining, Aukland
- Abel Tasman National Park
- Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers, South Island
- Rotorua, North Island
- Queenstown, South Island
- Fiordland National Park and Milford Sound, South Island
- Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park, South Island
- Auckland, North Island
- Hauraki Gulf from Auckland
About Visitor Visa
Millions of visitors and immigrants travel to New Zealand every year with their different goals, ambitions and future aspects.
Basic Requirements to visit New Zealand
- Have a valid Passport and other travel documents
- Be in good health
- Good moral character
- Be able to convince the immigration officer that you have your family, property, assets, etc. that would serve as incentive to come back to your home country.
- Be able to convince the immigration officer that you will leave the country before your expires visa.
- Have sufficient funds to support yourself in New Zealand and the amount depends on how long you will stay in New Zealand and whether you will be staying with family, friends or any paid accommodation.
You may also require
- Temporary Resident Visa based on your citizenship
- Medical examination depending on the age
- Letter of Invitation or statutory declaration
Types of New Zealand Visitor Visa
Visitor Visa in New Zealand covers following purpose of visit:
- To visit family and friends
- For sports and cultural events
- For Short term course
- For parents and grandparents of New Zealand Permanent Resident or citizen
- Visitor visa for parents of the students and guardian of the students