Enjoy Vibrant Spring Festivals and Exotic Events of New Zealand
With the onset of blooming flowers, springs days are back again in New Zealand. In spring, snow melts from mountain picks, warm winds blow, flowers blossom,whereas slumbering trees are ready to give fresh air and other new growth bursts forth throughout the country and new born lambs frolic in the fields just before dusk. After cool winter, spring brings festive time in New Zealand. Due to mild spring temperatures and lengthy days, people feel fresh and ready for new adventures. National calendar is packed with variety of events and festivals in spring and summer, which attracts curious tourists through out the World. New Zealand Spring is colorful and offers a diverse range of activities and events for holidaymakers. In New Zealand, spring falls in the months of October, November and December.
Spring Festivals and Events:
Taranaki Rhododendron and Garden Festival: This festival takes place from October 29 to November 7, 2010 in New Plymouth. It is one of the New Zealand’s longest-running garden festivals, and programmed features guided walks, celebrity speakers, workshops and 50 open gardens, including 16 gardens of ‘regional’ and ‘national significance’.
World Rowing Championships 2010: The event will take place from October 30 to November 7, 2010 and is expected to attract tens of thousands of cheering spectators. Event will take place at Lake Karapiro, which is south-east of the city of Hamilton. It is better to hire car from Hamilton as it takes only half an hour to reach Lake Karapiro. Rowing, dragon boat racing, hydroplanes and water skiing events will take place in World Rowing Championships.
Toast Martinborough: Toast Martinborough is staged in the small but celebrated Wairarapa wine growing region north of Wellington on Sunday 21st November, 2010. This festival takes place to celebrate new release of the vintage wines and is centered around the charming Martinborough Wine Village. To reach Martinborough from Wellington many transport facilities are available, but Wellington car hire is best option which is available from airport and downtown of city.
Pohutukawa Festival – Coromandel Peninsula: This colourful festival takes place from November 19 to December 5, 2010. The Pohutukawa Festival is a celebration of New Zealand’s native Christmas tree. It is celebrated with art exhibitions, open gardens, concerts and a cafe crawl through this picturesque coastal region.
7in7 Challenge: It is a running competition event held from November 28 to December 4, this year. Event will take place on New Zealand’s seven most scenic and iconic walking tracks. 7in7 spectators this year are in for a treat, as the challenge takes in some of the best scenery in the South Island including many trails and walkways, which are considered accessible to casual walkers.
Tauranga Moana Seafood Festival: A chance not to miss to taste the most delicious seafood of New Zealand in this festival. This festival will take place on Saturday November 27, 2010, on the coast of Tauranga. Situated along the waterfront, the Tauranga Moana Seafood Festival is the perfect excuse to simply sit back, relax, enjoying enchanting music and delicious Seafood.
In order to enjoy all these festivals and events, the best option is to hire car. This will make your journey comfortable and you can reach these places in time without any hardships. Car hire is much easy and affordable in New Zealand.
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