I only spent two weeks touring New Zealand, but what I saw of it has me wanting to go back and climb even taller mountains and see even more impressive natural world wonders. The country is not only electrifyingly green, its hues of blues from the sky down to the streams, gives it a sense of utter cleanliness. But this sense is not only seen, it can be felt through the positive energy running through the environment and tasted in the delicious food served daily.
It was refreshing to see the earth as it was transformed over the course of millions of years from the Ice Age to the volcanic activity from which the country was built. And what makes New Zealand an even greater prized possession is that humans have yet to destruct its natural beauty. Its preservation is more important when comparing profit and loss to the residents of the country.
New Zealand is truly nature at its best.