The Crossroad of Authenticity, Localism and Development: Discover Culture in New Zealand

Related imageEach year thousands of visitors from different edges of the world come to New Zealand to experience the crossroads of distinct cultures and the variety of activities. While Maori culture is waiting to be explored by the visitors, the food and wine routes take people to awe-inspiring landscapes where people can try new tastes and combinations. Youngsters and festival lovers come and visit New Zealand to experience music culture and discover new vibrations and melodies. Here are some examples of the most famous cultural events and festivals that inspire and persuade thousands of tourists to come and visit New Zealand.

Music Festivals, Wine Routes, Cultural Events: New Zealand Offers You the Best

If visiting New Zealand is on your bucket list, do not miss the most updated information and news about cultural events, festivals and wine routes offered recently. Here is a short list of possible events and festivals that indulge visitors most:

  • Rhythm and Alps Music Festival: One of the best music festivals to see and observe the taste of music that New Zealanders follow. You can join the festival in South Island and spend new years eve here with friends while camping. Definitely a ”once in a lifetime experience” but once you do it, you will want to come here again.
  • Queenstown Winter Festival: If you are coming to New Zealand for skiing and snowboarding, then you should visit Queenstown Winter Festival. Offering you music, winter activities, and an international atmosphere, you will start the new year as a New Zealander the next day.
  • Beervana Beer Festival: In August 2018, Beervana Festival welcomes all beer lovers from around the world to come and enjoy the new tastes of beer with New Zealand Kiwis.
  • Classic New Zealand Wine Trail: You can discover the wine culture in New Zealand with this trail which will take you to secret cellars and vineyard restaurants of the Hawke’s Bay, Martinborough, and Marlborough