New Zealand is a small country in South Pacific Ocean with only four million people of population. This country has a beautiful landscape, such as vast mountain chains, lush rainforests, and sweeping coastlines. There are many things to do during your holiday in New Zealand; hiking, skiing, cycling, diving, sailing, camping, and many more. But if you like beach the most, New Zealand has many beautiful beaches. There are more than 101 beaches in New Zealand. Four of them are Hahei Beach, Karikari Peninsula, Queen Charlotte Drive, and Bay of Island.
Hahei Beach. People describe this beach just like a paradise. This is an attractive sandy beach with a perfect blue water, pohutukawa trees and drifts of pink shells at the northern end. Many spots that you can explore in Hahei Beach, they are Cathedral Cove, Cooks Beach and Lonely Bay, Hot Water Beach and Shakespeare Cliff. Cathedral Cove is a must, you must visit this sites in the Coromandel Peninsula. Only by foot or boat to reach this Cove, it also can be accessed via diving or kayaking. Cathedral Cove is a beautiful beach with white sand, crystal-clear water, and a gigantic arched cavern. This is the perfect place for a picnic and swim. Another famous place is Hot Water Beach. This is the top attraction in New Zealand. Hot Water Beach is 2 hours either side of low-tide during normal sea conditions. Digging your pool one hour before low tide and then enjoy some relaxation in your pool before the tide rises.
Karikari Peninsula is famous for its beautiful white sand, particularly Tokerau and Karikari Beaches, as well as many secluded coves. It’s located on the western side of Doubtless Bay. Maitai Bay is the beautiful place in the Karikari Peninsula which is the best spot for picnic and Maitai Bay popular with scuba drivers. Puheke Beach has a string of snow-white sand dunes along the peninsula’s northern edge.
Queen Charlotte Drive is located in the Marlborough Sounds at the top of the South Island of New Zealand. Queen Charlotte Drive continues downhill to wind past numerous sleepy bays. The strong arts and crafts community in this area means there are several opportunities to pause and browse art studios for a special moment.
Bay of Island, is a favourite aquatic playground for holidaymakers and yachties from around the world with more than 144 island to explore. With a sub-tropical climate, you can enjoy beach and water activities, go exploring one of the many nature walks, swim with dolphins, and charter a boat to go fishing. You’ll enter a maritime adventure playground with an abundance of wildlife, with dolphins regularly spotted, penguins, marlin, whales, gannets and many other species.