Wellington's classic internet-famous photo spot

When it comes to New Zealand, one cannot help but mention the globally popular movies "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit". Meticulous real-life landscapes have left fans in awe of Middle-earth, while also winning over fans with the stunning natural scenery of New Zealand.

Hobbiton Movie Set Tour is one of the must-visit attractions for all travelers to New Zealand. It offers a fun and entertaining experience, incorporating the famous movie sets from the "Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" trilogies. You'll fall in love with the Alexander family's sheep and cattle farm as you journey through the village, just like famous director Peter Jackson. With the majestic Kaimai Ranges looming in the distance, your guide will take you to see the movie sets, showcasing their intricate details, pointing out the most famous locations, and explaining how movie magic is made. You'll be led through Hobbit holes, past the mill and into the famous Green Dragon Inn, enjoying our exclusive beverages to end your own journey through Middle-earth.
This active limestone cave is rare and was formed 15,000 years ago. There used to be a small lake on the mountain that was frozen, but climate change caused the ice and snow to melt and flow into the limestone cracks below, gradually eroding the cave. The cave is still relatively young and has water flowing through it, gradually expanding, thus it is called an active rock cave. The river water washes away some reliable black stones below the cave, forming smooth, spherical stones. They are lovely, but it is forbidden for tourists to take them away. The cave has entrances on both the top and bottom, attracting many insects for breeding. The most special of the residents are fireflies, which spit out pearl-like sticky threads like spiders, blinking with blue fluorescence, like a starry sky hanging deep in the cave. To reach the firefly cave, you need to take a 30-minute boat ride to the opposite shore, then take a boat into the cave and walk to the bridge. Inside the cave, tourists can take a human-powered boat tour to admire the magnificent firefly cave phenomenon, like a starry sky. Along the way, you will also see waterfalls and sometimes trout below.

Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland

Highlights: Intermittent geyser and boiling mud pool. The Lady Knox Geyser in Rotorua, New Zealand, produces a natural spout of water that can reach up to 20 meters high. It erupts at a scheduled time every day, so as long as you arrive on time, you can witness this spectacular sight. The boiling mud pool bubbles and boils in a strange and wonderful way, just like a mystical wonderland.

Waiheke Island

How beautiful is Jiliu Island? This is the Peach Blossom Land chosen by the poet Gu Cheng before his death. Unlike other islands, Jiliu Island is full of human and living atmosphere, with large vineyards and pastures, which also makes it known as the "Wine Country of New Zealand".

Sky Tower Revolving Restaurant

Daytime: SkyWalk and SkyJump, and at night: enjoy the night view.