Auckland Flights GuideAuckland, located on North Island, is the largest city in New Zealand. From the top of Mount Eden, you can get a beautiful view of Auckland and its surrounding waters. Near Auckland are the west coast beaches where black sand meets the Tasman Sea. Muriwai Beach is famous for its clifftops and Piha is a popular surfer spot. Take a ferry or a kayak to Rangitoto, the dormant volcanic cone.
Auckland is about an hour flight from Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, and an hour and half flight from Christchurch, known for its English heritage. Take a ferry or a short flight from Auckland to the Great Barrier Island, paradise for outdoor adventurers. Take a 2-hour flight from Auckland to Queenstown.
Auckland has a subtropical climate with mild damp winters to warm humid summers. February is the hottest with an average of 74.7°F and July is the coldest with an average of 58.5°F. Moderate to heavy rainfall occurs year round but snow is rare.Before you go, remember that the seasons are reversed from USA. The best time to fly to Auckland is in May (Fall) and September (Spring) when temperatures are comfortable, crowds are few, and prices are low. The busiest season is November through March with higher temperatures, fewer rain showers, high prices, and hordes of visitors.
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