New Zealand’s center of commerce, Auckland, is a lively and culturally diverse area, the region being the largest Polynesian enclave in the whole world. The city is situated between Manukau and Waitemata harbor hence its nickname “The City of Sails.” Being enclosed by... Read More
New Zealand’s North Island has the most inhabitants and boasts of around 77 percent of the country’s population. Auckland is the biggest Pacific island city as well. Located at the southernmost point of the island is Wellington, NZ’s capital.
What makes the North different... Read More
Auckland is home to over one third of New Zealand’s population, and is the largest Polynesian city in the world. It was the country’s capital from 1840 to 1865, before it was moved to the more centrally located Wellington. Auckland is situated at the narrowest point of New... Read More