Written by: Thomas, an FCE student at Languages International

Kevin Rose preparing for his bungy jump in New Zealand last year

Some of the most popular places to visit in New Zealand are the Northland, Rotorua,
Queenstown and Milford Sound.

In the Northland there are the Bay of Islands, Cape Reinga and the 90 miles beach.
In the Bay of Islands, you can see lots of little islands and the “hole in the rock”,
which you can reach just by boat. The Cape is the most spiritual place for Maori
people where the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea meet while the 90 miles beach
is a coast with sand dunes.

Rotorua is a geothermal area, where there are natural mineral hot pools, with
different minerals and colors. Additionally, it features geysers. Rotorua has a
nickname, Sulphur City, which gives the city a “rotten eggs” smell.

Addicted to adrenaline? Then Queenstown is the place for you! This city presents
many opportunities for trying extreme sports and relaxing. For example all wheel
drive tours, bungee jumping and doing wine tours. Additionally you can visit Milford
Sound which offers the most astonishing landscapes.

Are you hungry for adventure?

This article was taken from the magazine that our teacher, May Anne’s FCE class created.  To read more, download the magazine: pdf Martina’s FCE Class Magazine (22.4MB) 

Photo credit: Prep by burka