A trip to New Zealand’s North Island – Photodiary

When you go on a once-in-a-lifetime trip, you’re bound to be taking a lot of photos to save your memories for posterity. We took quite a lot while we were away visiting the North Island of New Zealand in March. I think my boyfriend takes the cake for amount of photos taken… a running joke was how often he’d fumble for his camera!

I’d love to share some of my experiences from the trip with you today, with a more detailed itinerary post to follow next week (if I’ve tempted you to go yourself). I do hope it isn’t the only time in my life that I visit this beautiful island. We had such an amazing time – take a look for yourself.

Auckland Skyline
Auckland Skyline
Te Paki Sanddunes
Te Paki Sanddunes, Northland
Waitangi treaty grounds Maori carvings boat house
Maori carvings on the boat house at Waitangi Treaty Grounds
Whangarei falls
Whangarei Falls
Cathedral Cove
Cathedral Cove, Coromandel Peninsula
Hobbiton, Matamata Sam's house
Hobbiton, Matamata
Whakarewarewa Thermal Village, Rotorua
Whakarewarewa Thermal Village, Rotorua
Tamaki Falls, Tongariro National Park
Tamaki Falls, Tongariro National Park
Huka Falls near Lake Taupo
Huka Falls, near Taupo
Lower North Island countryside
Driving to Wellington
Weta Workshops
Weta Workshop, Miramar, Wellington

Have you ever been to New Zealand? What did you think it would be like compared to these photos or your own impressions?


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