New Zealand – 20 days, 20 favourite photos

Where can I begin… There are no words to describe our trip to New Zealand.

So I think it is best to leave photos to do all the “talking” 😉 Here is a very small (and trust me, choosing these was the most difficult of tasks) compilation of our favourite shots taken during our 20 days stay in this wonderful country.

Wonderful active geothermal area of Waiotapu. This is Champagne Pool

Wonderful active geothermal area of Waiotapu. This is Champagne Pool

Hobbiton! I don't think this place has to be introduced to anyone :)

Hobbiton! I don’t think this place has to be introduced to anyone 🙂

On our way to climb Mt Doom (a.k.a Tongariro Alpine Crossing)

On our way to climb Mt Doom (a.k.a Tongariro Alpine Crossing)

Massive ferns in Wellington botanical garden.

Massive ferns in Wellington botanical garden.

A spectacular entrance to South island - Marlborough Sounds

A spectacular entrance to South island – Marlborough Sounds

Black sand and cold waves of Kekerengu Beach

Black sand and cold waves of Kekerengu Beach

Ohau seals

Ohau seals

On our way to Arthur's Pass

On our way to Arthur’s Pass

One of many fantastic sunsets. This one was in Franz Joseph township.

One of many fantastic sunsets. This one was in Franz Joseph township.

Spectacular views at Lake Matheson

Spectacular views at Lake Matheson

Crystal clear waters of Lake Hawea

Crystal clear waters of Lake Hawea

Milky Way in Tarras near Wanaka

Milky Way in Tarras near Wanaka

Lake Wakatipu

Lake Wakatipu

Amazing road from Queenstown to Glenorchy

Amazing road from Queenstown to Glenorchy

Road to Te Anau

Road to Te Anau

Sunset at Te Anau Lake

Sunset at Te Anau Lake

Unforgettable Milford Sound

Unforgettable Milford Sound

The view of my lifetime a.k.a Roys Peak near Wanaka

The view of my lifetime a.k.a Roys Peak near Wanaka

Amazing wishbone falls

Amazing wishbone falls

I have no words to describe the blueness of Lake Pukaki and the view on majestic Mt Cook National Park

I have no words to describe the blueness of Lake Pukaki and the view on majestic Mt Cook National Park

 

 

 

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