El Haka de Nueva Zelanda. El Haka es una danza de guerra de la cultura maori. Hay un haka en el himno nacional de Nueva Zelanda. El haka es famoso alrededor del mundo debido a los All Blacks porque siempre hacen un haka antes de un partido de rugby.

Me whai waahi mai te kapa haka ki nga mahi ki te taiao ako, ara, e whai tonu ana i te wahanga ki Te Aho Matua, kia maatua moohio ki te ao Maori tonu i mua i te whaawhaa ki ao kee atu.

Pohutukawa at Long Bay beach in Auckland, NZ

Bill ✔️ Pohutukawa tree in flower (Christmas time) at Long Bay beach in Auckland, New Zealand.

a tui, also known as a parson bird // the Kōwhai is a small tree with bright golden flowers, native to NZ and unofficially the national flower // photo by mike brebner

a tui, also known as a parson bird // resting on a Kōwhai - a small tree with bright golden flowers, native to NZ and unofficially the national flower // photo by mike brebner

A Kea at Arthur's Pass - South Island, New Zealand

The kea is a cheeky bird found in New Zealand's South Island. It loves to sneak leftovers and have a nibble at anything rubbery. A beautiful bird you will see on many of our trips including the and more.

Takahe - Auckland Zoo, New Zealand

Looks like a giant purple gallinule x moorhen x dinosaur! Takahe - Auckland Zoo, New Zealand

Pineapple Lumps - voted #60 in the 101 Must-Do's for Kiwis for 2012! www.aatravel.co.nz/101

Pineapple Lumps - a soft, chewy pineapple-flavoured centres covered with chocolate. try them at room temperature, chilled or frozen for different textures.

New Zealand Weta, cross New Zealand off the list...

Giant Wetas can be found in New Zealand. The biggest of the giant wetas weigh somewhere around 70 grams (about ounces), hence being the heaviest insects in the world. / World’s Biggest Insects


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