Nestled between two harbours, Auckland is New Zealand's largest city brimming with cultural excitement, sea-flavoured challenges and attractions and activities of all kinds. Auckland tourism is alive and well with the region being a popular tourist area. Auckland City boasts world-class shopping, restaurants, 5-star accommodation, wine bars and night clubs, art galleries and cafes. The surrounding Auckland region features vineyards, stunning beaches, pristine rainforest, wildlife encounters, island adventures and endless water activities.
The average temperature for the month of April and May ranges from 14-18°C (57-64°F) during the day. The evening gets slightly cooler at 10-13°C (50-55°F).
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Tēnā koutou katoa ngā whānui o tea o, nau mai, haere mai ki Aotearoa.
Greetings to all the peoples of the world, welcome to New Zealand.
New Zealand is a sophisticated and unspoilt land with truly breath-taking scenery. One minute you can be soaking in natural thermal pools or scaling glorious mountains, the next you are enjoying fine dining in absolute luxury. It is 100% pure – pure nature, pure adventure, pure relaxation – no wonder it is the envy of the world. The modern urban lifestyle, stable political environment and friendly people attract millions of visitors every year, and they keep coming back. Our primary language is English and our exchange rate tends to benefit visitors. Come visit us. Live and breathe the Kiwi way of life for a while and see why visitors don’t want to leave Aotearoa, the ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’.
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