New Zealand may be a plausible way famous for its fantastic walking and hiking trails many other days, but has yet to break out of the stove and sleeping bags.
In large part the same wild areas can be explored on the day hikes, meaning less equipment, less effort and can be much more interesting.
1. Twilight – Te Werahi Loop
This five-hour loop offers views of front top of natural film of the far North, with the participation of strong sea, cat converter, the cute capes and light changes. Street racer most of which are flat and easy, as it meanders between vast beaches and coastal forest. Associated with the Hajj trip to Cape Reinga (Te Rerenga Wairua) splendor, where the swirling waters of the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean meet, and the Maori soul is said to depart for the afterlife.
2. Rangitoto Loop Island
The youngest volcanic cone but the largest of Auckland was created only 600 years in a series of fiery eruptions. It is an island and city icon, can be reached by a short ferry ride from downtown Auckland. Go up the modest peak (250m) to see the great views of the city, before wandering along the coast, where healthy vegetation in pursuit of their duty to reside in the lava fields. Surprisingly, Rangitoto is the place as the largest pohutukawa forest.
3. The Coromandel
Remote and rugged Cape of the Coromandel peninsula are also worthy of the time and effort required to achieve it, especially if you absorb its superlative scenery on the Coromandel Coast. The link between Stony Bay and Fletcher, 10 km long race takes three or four hours, with memorable views of the Sugar Loaf, the Pinnacles and Great Barrier Island. A full day is needed to complete the rise again, or you can arrange a shuttle to transport Coromandel Discovery.
4. Tongariro Alpine Crossing
Set amid the famous volcano by Lord of the Rings trilogy,this road in Tongariro National Park is often hailed as the best day trip of New Zealand and is one of the best places in the world. Not surprisingly, with its particular scene was decorated with the vents and streams, lakes and mountains vivid wide. The 20km walk depends on high weather takes six to eight hours, although the type of foot can certainly add a side trip up the cone is almost perfect of Mount Ngauruhoe (also known as Mt Doom).