Brief description of the country
New Zealand is an island nation that is located on 2 large islands: South and North, and about 700 small islands. The country is geographically isolated from everyone. To Australia 1700 km, to New Caledonia 1450 km. The population of the country is 5.1 million people.
The climate varies from subtropical in the north of the country to cool temperate in the south. The Southern Alps block the westerly winds and divide New Zealand into 2 parts. Because of this, it often rains in the western part of the country.
New Zealand used to have a lot of glaciers left behind by fords and gorges. The remnants of glaciers can be seen in the Te Wahipunamu World Heritage Area, which combines the Fiordland Reserve, Westland, Mount Cook and Mount Aspiring National Parks. This place will appeal to its alpine forests, subtropical forests and of course glaciers.