12 Photos That Will Inspire You To Visit Northland, New Zealand
The northernmost region of New Zealand’s North Island feels like a private oasis. Near the equator, Northland’s climate falls under subtropical. Never far from the coast, you can find endless empty beaches with magazine-worthy views. Though it’s not without its tourist attractions, even in the summer time, the volume of tourists does not begin to rival what I have seen in Europe, the United States, and other southern parts of New Zealand. Just to be safe, visit in the shoulder seasons to avoid the inevitable beach crowds that do come with sunny weather. The area is alive with Maori culture and arts. If you crave the ocean and nature with a spoonful of history, Northland might just be your cup of tea.
Have you ever been to Northland? What was your favorite part?