Top 8 Must Do’s in Wellington Tour


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Since it is located at the southern end of the North Island, Wellington has recently been named as the “coolest little capital in the world”. Tucked in between a sparkling harbor and lush green hills, the capital city of New Zealand is known for its arts, heritage, culture and natural beauty so save on tour and look for Cheapest Flights.

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Top 8 Must Do’s in Wellington Tour

  1. 1. Top 8 Must Do’s in Wellington Tour
  2. 2. • New Zealand is always among the top destination to visit but, traditionally Wellington is not include in the list and has comparatively less superlatives to describe its places of interest, but still it is loved by the backpackers as it is a gateway to the rest of the North Island and it is genuine to be in this Kiwi land. Wellington-the capital city of New Zealand is nestled in between the Cook Strait and the Rimutaka Range, it sits right on the cusp of some most exquisite natural beauty that North Island has to offer. • From sandy beaches of Kapiti Coast to world class wine region in Wairarapa, Wellington truly has it all; therefore discover the ten-must see Attractions of Wellington:
  3. 3. Mount Victoria • You can visit much bigger mountains within the close range of Wellington but none of them can provide such an impressive panorama of the city other than Mount Victoria. The views from the top make that expensive digital camera worth buying. The landmark is another prominent location in and around the city so check and Cheapest Flight Deals.
  4. 4. Wellington cable car • This is Wellington’s famous funicular ferries folks from Central artery Lambton Quay all the way to the breathtaking suburb of Kelburn. It is a staple for visitors and locals alike, the cable car also has its own museum and provides quick access to the Botanic Gardens of Wellington which is worth visiting on your Wellington trip.
  5. 5. Wairarapa • Your New Zealand visit is incomplete without getting close to the country’s phenomenal wealth of wine producers. The oenophiles that visit Wellington can head off to Wairarapa to taste some world class Pinot Noir. Just take the rail passenger service from the Wellington Downtown which means that you’ll be in the vineyard country in conveniently less time. Old Government Buildings • These are also known as the Government Buildings Historic Reserve, the historic reserve that encompasses the former headquarter of New Zealand’s civil service which was built in 1876. The impressive fact about the Wellington point of interest is that it is the largest wooden building in the Southern Hemisphere and the second largest in the world which gives you enough reasons to Book Last Minute Flights to Wel
  6. 6. Hutt Valley • Hutt Valley lies in the suburb of Wellington and is known for its gorgeous beaches and breathtaking sights. A visit to this place is worth a half day trip while Holidaying in Wellington.
  7. 7. The Beehive • The name does not speak about itself but Beehive is the nerve center of political power in New Zealand. This is the executive wing of the National Parliament and one of the oddest buildings in the country built in a conical shape. You will be happy to know that free guided tours are also available so look for cheap Flights to Wellington from London. Karori Wildlife Sanctuary • Not all metropolises have a first-rate wildlife sanctuary amidst them. When you visit Wellington, do not forget to visit Karori, if you do like birding then simply take a stroll around and admire the landscape.
  8. 8. NatioNal MuseuM of WelliNgtoN • The National Museum of Wellington is a vibrant amalgam of New Zealand’s rich cultural legacy and vast natural heritage. Check out the collections in Te Pape chronicle that are remarkable in fashion from the exhibits on native fauna and flora to brilliant Maori cultural treasures.