New Zealand Eco Lodges-Tours

Australia and Oceania – Ecotourism in New Zealand Eco Lodges-Tours

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Beaconstone Eco Lodge

Around twenty percent of New Zealand is covered with national parks, forest areas and reserves.

The isolation of New Zealand has created many species of endemic birds. It is a bird lover’s paradise and the only place you can see many of these birds. The national symbol of New Zealand is the Kiwi, a flightless bird. They are now endangered and hard to find in the wild as they are nocturnal. Thankfully they can be seen at wildlife houses in the parks and zoos. By booking New Zealand Eco Lodges-Tours, you help insure sustainability.

Bridal Veil Fall - New Zealand Eco Lodges-Tours
Bridal Veil Fall in New Zealand

New Zealand has over 900 miles of coastline. The coastline varies from long sandy beaches to ruggedly wild. Whale and dolphin watching are one of the focuses of eco-tourism in New Zealand. This is the only place you can view the worlds rarest dolphin, the Hector’s dolphin. It is small for a dolphin, about 4 1/2 feet or 1.4 meters.

New Zealand’s caves have become a popular tour because of the New Zealand glowworm. It is the larva of the fungus gnat and can be seen in dark caves like a series of strings hanging down with small balls that is illuminated. To read more: New Zealand Nature and Eco Tourism

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