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5 New Zealand Musts

This is a brief view of my waking dreams that could be added to your own bucket list. Let’s be real: we want to go everywhere!

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  1. Glow Worm Caves (photo above by:  Backpacker Guide )

These beautiful caves can be found on a number of the islands, locations available on Backpacker Guide’s blog here or above.

2. Milford Sound (photo: Hand Luggage Only )

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Located on New Zealand’s South Island, Milford Sound is a glacier-carved, postcard picture of heart-stopping waterfalls and mountains and can be seen by the Milford Track, a hiking trail, by a boat cruise, or sea kayaking for those inclined.

See Also: 11 Unique Experiences You Need to Have in New Zealand

3. Tongariro Alpine Crossing

View at beautiful Emerald lakes on Tongariro Crossing track, Ton

In Tongariro National Park on the North Island, you can hike this Crossing in a day and let yourself drool a bit at the stunning Emerald Lakes and enrapturing volcanic activity.

See Also: 20 Incredible Landscapes You Can Only See in New Zealand

4. Lake Pukaki

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On the South Island, you can find the otherworldly Lake Pukaki highlighted by the Southern Alps, two hours outside of Cantebury.

See Also: 18 Most Photogenic Places on the South Island of New Zealand

5. The Mermaid Pools (photo by: New Zealand Travel )

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If there’s any desire to feel like a mermaid, or maybe you just like water, you can appreciate these fascinating pools in Tutukaka, New Zealand.

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I hope I was able to antagonize you into going for a little jaunt over to New Zealand or, at the very least, added to your bucket list!

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