New Zealand eco resorts and lodges are purposely positioned to embrace the natural environment. And they place travelers in close contact with the innate elements of the land – circumventing noise and air pollution and the hectic pace of urbanism.
A very small country, New Zealand contains a diversified landscape. To explore the region in its totality, one would have to see both the North Island and the South Island. New Zealand also has numerous outer islets. With most of us having limited time on our hands, it might not be feasible to travel the entire country in one vacation. So, you may have to choose which island setting you prefer or come again. To help you decide on your first trip where to go, see “North Island vs. South Island New Zealand“.
New Zealand eco resorts and lodges include Kaimata Retreat (Dunedin), Hapuku Lodge and Treehouses (Kaikoura), Peppers Awaroa Lodge (Abel Tasman National Park), Magic Cottages (Kerikeri – North Island), The Farm at Cape Kidnappers (Hawke’s Bay, North Island), Matakauri Lodge (Queenstown), Fiordland Lodge (Te Anau), Kauri Cliffs (Northland), Kaikoura, Shearwater Lodge (Kaikoura), The Resurgence Lodge (Motueka), and Cliff House (Taiharuru – North Island / Northland Peninsula).
Staying at the New Zealand eco resorts and lodges provide great rewards of pure New Zealand. The estates where the accommodations are sited depict seclusion and wide-ranging landscapes. From clifftop locations to coast to river, and nature reserve. You can enjoy spacious resorts packed with wildlife.
New Zealand is a land that is full of things to do. In fact the opportunities are endless.
“Exploring New Zealand’s magnificent landscape and coastline tops the list of many travelers. If adventure is your game, there’s a long list of thrilling activities to get your blood racing. Or if it’s a relaxing holiday you’re after, hot pools, vineyards and cultural attractions will keep you entertained.
Here is the list of things to do in New Zealand as recommended by the tourism board.