Well, as any subject of this style, the discussions are endless. There are never any winners or losers, and there are forums with more than 10 pages in length in which sobreexcitados Forero discussed to death defending his position. Far from wanting to fight with anyone, I will outline the key points of making a trip to New Zealand in summer or winter. New Zealand in summer: points in favor: the main features that make New Zealand special in its summer (our winter) are especially climate type. New Zealand is not excessively rainy but if it is true that it is much easier to find days cleared in summer and the temperatures in the high mountains of the southern island will be most welcome.

Since then, if we travel in camper we will thank the warmth. It should be noted that during the Christmas season is when many of the trees bloom and the show is awesome, especially with the Pohutukawa, a type of typical tree of the coast of the North Island. Areas like the Coromandel peninsula or the Far North are incredibly fine at this time. Points against: sticky Auckland nights are famous. Since then the heat next to the sea always brings moisture, and Auckland is no exception as great city that is. It must be considered also tourism and vacation of the kiwis. We are going to find more people around the country, natural destinations will be fuller and perhaps the picture of peace and serenity where New Zealand both presumed will be lost a bit. As the worst point, Christmas flights are very expensive and it is also high season for motorhomes with what the trip can drain us pockets.

If we can go in late January or February, or in October or November it would be much better since we will avoid least expensive flights of the Christmas period. New Zealand in winter: points in favor: there is a special advantage over other countries. It appears that almost all of the vegetation is evergreen. This means that trees are not bare in winter and the spectacle of flora almost as impressive in summer. The Greens are still extremely green. We will discover the South Island as it is during the greater part of the year, in its most savage aspect, with the snow-capped peaks, rivers and strong winds. We will discover the purest and least crowded New Zealand, we are going to enjoy these moments virtually one-on-one with New Zealand and who we have brought with us for the trip. The price is incredibly cheap. More extreme can get a 21 day trip with flights from Spain and rent a motorhome for just 600 Euros in cases. Points against: cold can be truly hard in the Interior of the South Island areas. Sleeping in caravan we should keep open heating and sleep with all available blankets on top if we don’t want to wake us up in the form of ice cube. Some routes, such as the Milford Track, considered the most beautiful excursion in the world, are closed at this time. Cruises by the fjords and the activities of whale watching whale watching or swimming with dolphins or any topic related to water are less desirable. Although there is always room for a helicopter flight to the top of a glacier! Original author and source of the article.