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New Zealand is called the youngest country on the planet because it was the last major landmass to be discovered. New Zealand was discovered by Dutch explorer Abel Janszoon Tasman in 13th Dec 1642. ...

New Zealand is called the youngest country on the planet because it was the last major landmass to be discovered. New Zealand was discovered by Dutch explorer Abel Janszoon Tasman in 13th Dec 1642. The settlements on the New Zealand are very recent as compared to settlements on other parts of the world.


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  • WELCOME TO THE YOUNGEST COUNTRY OF THE WORLD NEW ZEALAND Submitted By: Wilson Tom wilsontom.blogspot.com
  • NEWZEALAND - THE YOUNGEST COUNTRY ON EARTH
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  • New Zealand is called the youngest country on the planet because it was the last major landmass to be discovered. New Zealand was discovered by Dutch explorer Abel Janszoon Tasman in 13th Dec 1642 . The settlements on the New Zealand are very recent as compared to settlements on other parts of the world. New Zealand is made up of two main islands, the North and South Islands, Te Ika a Maui and Te Wai Pounamu
    • 80 million years ago wonderful island Gondwana was separated from Rangitata Land, evolving over time to become modern New Zealand.
    • Polynesians discover and settle NZ, between 950 and 1130 AD.
    • Then Maori people settled, possibly around the same time in the coastal region of New Zealand. They were the group of tribal who brought many animals and began to settle and they were famous for wood carving . Often these people used to have fights.
    • In 1642 an European explorers, Abel Janszoon Tasman from Holland, sails into New Zealand waters.
    • The first encounter between Māori and European was violent, leading to bloodshed. After partly charting the coastline, Tasman leaves New Zealand without ever having had the occasion to set foot ashore.
    • It has a rich and fascinating history, reflecting both our Maori and European heritage . Amazing Maori historic sites and treasures
    HISTORY OF NEW ZEALAND
  • TOURISM IN NEW ZEALAND LIST OF IMPORTANT TOURIST DESTINATION IN NEWZEALAND
    • Fiordland National Park
    • Abel Tasman National Park
    • Queenstown
    • Rotorua
    • Bay of Islands
    • Mt Cook National Park
    • Westland National Park
    • Tongariro National Park
    • Coromandel Peninsula
    • Kaikoura
    • 2,4 million tourists
    • "Clean, green adventure playground” with typical destinations being nature areas and activities such as bungee jumping or whale watching exemplify typical tourist attractions.
    • Vast mountain chains, steaming volcanoes, sweeping coastlines, and lush rainforests.
    • Population only 4 million.
    • It is a haven for those seeking peace, rejuvenation and relaxation as well as a playground for thrill seekers and adventurers.
    • A temperate climate ideal year-round holiday destination
  • MAIN TOURISM ACTIVITIES IN NEW ZEALAND
    • Sightseeing, adventure tourism, hiking, cycling
    • and camping
    • Paintball
    • Boating, fishing, kayaking, swimming with dolphins.
    • Skiing, snow boarding, heli skiing
    • Horse riding and horse trekking
    • Ride in hot air balloon
  • THANK YOU For adventurous travel blog please visit http://wilsontom.blogspot.com/