New Zealand is one of the most scenic countries on the planet. It consists of two islands (North Island and South Island) and has a population of just over 4 million. Located in the Australian continent, it has one of the most stunning natural landscapes such as mountains, lakes, coastlines and beaches. It is a true heaven for those seeking peace and tranquility.
New Zealand was the first country in the world that granted its women the right to vote.
New Zealand’s political system sees a change of government every 3 years.
One third of the NZ population lives in Auckland.
New Zealanders are commonly addressed as “Kiwis”, which derives its name from a bird native to the country.
There are more sheep and cows in NZ than the number of humans, and they form a major source of income.
Apart from dairy and livestock, hospitality and tourism are prime economy drivers of NZ.