Archive for March, 2016

Spring vacation

It is spring again. The time of wonderful plans and great projects. The time when you should to thing about where to go to be happiest. I guess when you’ve planned your spring’s vacation you didn’t miss such charming place as New Zealand.

You know, our spring time is an autumn in New Zealand, one of the most gorgeous times. This time of spectacular changes can give to any traveler a big chance to go into one of the most charming season to spend unforgettable time among New Zealand’s pristine environment.

I’m sure that its beautiful mountains and seas, native forests and lakes, vibrant cities, the culture and history cannot left anyone indifferent. In addition, March is the warmest month and May is the wettest one. Usually the average maximum temperature ranges in summer between 20-30ºC (70-90°F) and in winter between 10-15ºC (50-60°F).

The weather is very changeable and unpredictable in Autumn as it is everywhere though. But March and April tend to be very warm and comfortable months to travel. However packing your travel bag you wouldn’t forget to put in a jacket and sweater then you can add or remove it as the weather becomes colder or warmer.

However, no doubt New Zealand must-do experiences. Cruising crystal clear lakes and magical fjords you get unforgettable adventure and true relaxation. All of those who prefer to get active while they travel can enjoy with jet boat rides, river rafting, hiking, biking and bungee jumping finally. New Zealand is a walker’s paradise therefore don’t forget to pack your favorite walking boots if you want to see all the beauty of landscapes and wilderness areas.

While you are enjoying beach views stretched as far as the eye can see you can taste New Zealand’s award-winning wines in one of these stunning vineyards placed along. Walk through the city visiting museums and art galleries, and funky cafés. Spend a relaxing afternoon enjoying with walking through the city viewing the architecture. Visit museums, art galleries, and funky cafés. Get fine dining restaurant and vibrant nightlife. Spend relaxing time enjoying with the glamour of a night at the casino or try your luck if you love gaming for chance.

Everyone needs to take some days away for separating from all these problems we are usually confronted, solutions are searched for. Each of us needs to withdraw from the cares which will not withdraw from us.

What to see where to go in Johannesburg

Located in the eastern plateau of South Africa, Johannesburg is the largest city in the country, and one of the biggest metropolitan areas in the world. Having grown in popularity through hosting the very successful Football World Cup in 2010, it has now one of the busiest harbours with thousands of tourists streaming into the city daily from various South Africa cruises. The city has a rich cultural heritage and visitors are certain to find plenty to see and do, the best of which we’ll take a look at below:

The Apartheid Museum
The Apartheid Museum is a must-visit attraction for visitors to Johannesburg, and serves as a stark reminder of the struggles faced by South Africans in the 20th century, which ended thanks to the country’s ex-president and most famous national Nelson Mandela. A series of exhibition areas take visitors on a step-by-step journey through the story of how racial discrimination was overcome, and can be emotional and compelling for visitors.

FNB Stadium
Also known as Soccer City, the FNB Stadium is located in the Soweto area of Johannesburg. Designed and purpose-built for the 2010 World Cup, the FNB Stadium is currently the largest stadium on the continent, with a capacity of 94,736. Whilst it’s fantastic to watch a football match or event at the stadium, the sheer majesty of the grounds make it a worthwhile visit even when it’s not in use.

Lion Park
What better way to discover the wildlife of South Africa than to get up close and personal? Johannesburg’s Lion Park is open from early morning up until late in the evening, and allows visitors to experience the thrill of getting in amongst the habitats of many of the country’s indigenous animals. Visitors can feed giraffes, take a walk with cheetahs, and experience authentic Africa by camping overnight, surrounded by the sounds of roaring lions.