Rasim Aghazada Rasim Aghazada 03 October 2018
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Expensive part of New Zealand

Expensive part of New Zealand

As I know, there isn\'t any article about the southern part of the south-east land – New Zealand. From my point of view, this country has the most magnificent New Zealand nature in the world. You can come across different landscape and climate in every step of your travel. Daily expenses? Let\'s turn to the start point. According to the plan for the beginning of February in 2018, my travel route was Baku-Doha- Kuala Lumpur - Gold Coast – Auckland. When I was traveling, it did not seem to me as long, but cannot say the same about writing those countries in the line.

view from the sea to new zealand

Are you wondering is New Zealand expensive? or how expensive is New Zealand? Well, regarding the plan, we hired the campervan and started to move to the south. By the way, for me, Auckland was the most boring place in New Zealand, where I traveled. In brief, after giving 100$ for 40L petrol in the gas station I decided that traveling by plane is more reasonable. Products are very expensive in New Zealand, but it is due to a high level of life. This is the only city that I would prefer to travel numerous times. You could consider dozens of camps for the best places to visit in New Zealand. We mainly used free camps.  (Wiki camps New Zealand for everybody). There are free toilets and shower rooms (costly as well) in all camps for travelers. The only problem in the campervan was the steering wheel. It is located in the right. Generally, we did not use public transport (only from home to the airport). Before traveling I did a research on this topic and found out that it is possible to buy Mercedes in Germany with the money you spend on transport in New Zealand. Our trip ended On Great Coast Road.  

long coast road

 

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Rasim Aghazada

Up to Rasim, "There is no age to start traveling". As of 2020, he has visited 33 countries on 5 continents, despite the fact that he started traveling at a late age (he made his first trip at the age of 29 in 2015). He is also an amateur climber. He has climbed to Kilimanjaro, Elbrus, Damavand, Kosciuszko, Aconcagua, La Malinche, Orisaba, Shahdag peaks. From the list of visited 33 countries, his most favorite country is New Zealand, and most favorite city is Cusco in Peru. His most memorable trip is a trip to the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea, which is not so easy to get there. For him, traveling starts with a proper planning. He prepares for his trips at least 1 year in advance. He aims to help everyone in planning, choosing the right places to visit, and dispelling the wrong stereotypes about many regions (Latin and South America, Africa) with the articles he will share on this platform.

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