Ever wanting to seek refuge or to go offline from all the buzzes of lives? Then, this is just the perfect place you have bumped into! Auckland of New Zealand is like a bona fide destination for all nature lovers out there. Yes, Auckland may be the most populous urban area of the country, yet this land is rich with spectacular nature trove from its waters, beaches, islands, rainforest, thermal springs and volcanoes. This city is also renowned for being the melting pot of cultures from Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Indian and Thai to even European and Polynesian. Definitely an added points to an amazingly delectable fusion of contemporary cuisine! So, why the wait?
Auckland’s four main seasons are equally good with each having its very own unique attractions. During summer, the city is said to be one of New Zealand’s sunniest and warmest region. Hence, making December to February to be the best time to head to Auckland. With more sunshine, calmer winds and lesser rainfalls, this season will bring you tremendous adrenaline excitements especially to all sun-worshipers, adventure seekers and simply travelers at heart. Plus, summer too hosts numbers of smashing festivals. Nonetheless, Auckland’s schedule has actually already preoccupied with endless of festivities all year long regardless of seasons!
Bancasi Airport - Butuan city’s Bancasi Airport is located in Agusan del Norte province. It is the primary airport to solely serve the province which can only accommodate up to 10 flights per day. Furthermore, this airport receives a number of domestic flights mainly coming from Cebu and Manila. Several airlines that operate here are Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
Auckland Airport - The largest and busiest airport in New Zealand, Auckland Airport indeed serves as the primary transportation hub for the nation after Christchurch’s. This airport is situated about 21 kilometer south of city center near Mangere. Furthermore, Auckland Airport has amazingly connects over 26 domestic and 49 international destinations which include Asia, Middle East, Europe, Oceania as well as North and South America. Several major airlines operating here are Air New Zealand, Jetstar, Qantas and Virgin Australia. Specifically for Philippines, there are flights by Philippine Airlines from Manila.
With its oceanic climate, Auckland’s summers are warm and humid with an average temperature spike of 21.7 to 24.7oC. The warmest months fall in January, February and March which rarely drop lesser than 16.4oC during the night. Meanwhile, its winter in June through August are usually mild and damp. The average temperature in winter sways between 4 to 10oC. Plus, do be fully prepared in case you are heading here in July for it is the wettest and coldest month. Seldomly does Auckland experiences any snowfalls.