New Zealand, a gorgeous country that lies in the Southern Hemisphere, has divergent temperatures and seasons, that are totally different from the other parts of the world. You need to visit the New Zealand beaches for some exciting adventurous beach activities when the Sun is warm during December, January, February and March. You may have to face the equable stings of rain all over your body, but these cooling raindrops are a welcome respite in these dry and hot months! But this is not the only time you can scoot over to the magnificent country; you can visit anytime for unparalleled fun!
The beach lovers can head out to the glistening blue waters for an exhilarating dip or some stupefying sailing. The ideal months to enjoy the cool dunking baths are January and February, but at other times also the clean sea water is a respite from the warm temperatures. Summer months, that are November to April, are the best time to visit Auckland as they are full of pleasurable activities.People also have great summer fun tramping, hiking and trailing from October onwards also.
Normally, the schools shut down from December to January and during the holidays plenty of domestic people plan travelling to Auckland. Late October and the Easter holidays leave the people picking their cars and scheduling a trip very often. Students head back to school after they reopen in January and at that time fresh deals are once again introduced. This season beckons the warm sunshine and calmer winds to balm the stressed minds. This is the best time for adrenaline burst activities like sky diving and bungee jumping.
October and May are the silent months where you can get good travel deals because the rates are lowered and the weather is pleasant and cool if you stay away from the areas with high altitude. You can get bookings in non-peak months easily and the weather may be warm at this time too.If you are planning to go to Auckland during the heavy peak season, make sure you get your accommodation bookings in advance. During the autumn months the rates of air travel and hotels fall along with the general atmospheric temperatures. The cheapest deals of autumn can be obtained in May.
December to February see loads of people heading to Auckland to savour the peak season and the hotel and airfares are at an all-time high. July is a “heavy rainfall month” and June to August sees minimum visitors and can be termed as low season.
In winter, many people head over to Auckland though transport services upcountry may not be very easily available and there may be tramping trails also which shut shop. You should be able to tolerate the chilly temperatures to enjoy the Auckland delights in winter!
Just search a tour plan and get in touch with tour operators who can customise and create a package that is based on your interests. Take the information online and ask for advice from people who have been around the area in the past. Make a list of the places you plan to visit and the interests you plan to pursue in the region. A good tour operator can make bookings and elaborate arrangements for you!