New Zealand travel guide
Clean and green New Zealand – home to bungee jumping, the haka, extreme sports, Kiwis, Lord of the Rings, rugby, fish ‘n’ chips, spectacular scenery, plenty of sheep, and jandals. Adrenaline junkies will be in heaven with countless extreme sports and activities available. If you like your heart rate a little slower, then immerse yourself in the culture! Head to a museum, visit a vineyard or go whale watching. New Zealand offers something for everyone.
New Zealand is a multi-cultural country so you’ll hear other languages spoken, including Maori, which is also an official language of New Zealand.
Electricity is supplied throughout New Zealand at 230/240V and the cycle is 50 Hz. Power sockets only accept flat 3- or 2-pin plugs, depending on whether an earth connection is fitted so an adapter may be necessary.
GMT + 12
New Zealand is one of the first places in the world to see the new day. Daylight savings means the clocks go forward one hour on the last Sunday in September and go back one hour on the first Sunday of the following April.
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*The Fine Print
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