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There's something for everyone when it comes to taking a holiday in New Zealand, because its beautiful countryside and beaches offer something for all tastes and ages. The weather in New Zealand is also great, meaning you can take long summer holidays or short ski holidays to ski and snowboard in the best New Zealand winter destination. Tourism is big in New Zealand, making it easier than ever to find affordable accommodation, so finding the perfect New Zealand holiday is easier than ever.
Winter is the busiest season in New Zealand, so finding cheap accommodation during this busy season is essential. The months of September and October are the busiest times of the year, and crowds can be heavy at these months with many visitors coming from other countries. Between November and April, the weather in New Zealand is wonderful, with temperatures dropping below six degrees Celsius during some months. In summer, however, there are still plenty of walks, cycling, skating, fishing and bushwalking to be done. Between May and September, hiking is popular, especially in the Marlborough Sounds region, and bush and water activities such as kayaking are popular in summer.
Spring and autumn are among the nation's best times of year, but tourists aren't tied to the country during this time of year. Between December and April, New Zealand experiences one of its wettest seasons. In spring, tourist favourites such as geothermal pools and lakes abound in New Zealand's South Island, and outdoor activities abound such as paragliding and kiteboarding. Outdoor enthusiasts will also be intrigued by New Zealand's crystal clear waters, which are frequently used for fishing, boating and swimming. For those who prefer the outdoors in summer, swimming and surfing are among the main attractions.