Like neighboring Australia, people traveling to New Zealand should know that not all food items can be brought into the country. Everything must be declared on the arrival card and some random checks are carried out by officers. In fact, some food products are not allowed because of the risk of bringing pests and diseases into the country. Fines and even prosecution (in case of excessive amounts) may apply.
For prescription medicines, a copy of the prescription is needed and should be kept inside their original pharmacy container.
New Zealanders have great opportunities and plenty of free time plus an immense and unpolluted land.
New Zealand doesn’t have many crimes and the police, like in the UK, do not carry guns. Corruption does not exist and neither does pollution. The quality life is very high everywhere in the country.
New Zealand has almost the same size as the United Kingdom but a population of only 4 million people, and that is 15 times less!
The landscape is incredible: beaches, mountains, lakes, and glaciers. It is all beyond imagination.
The country has one of the best education systems in the world. The country even offers free and efficient public health service.
Credit or debit cards are so common as a way of payment that New Zealand has become the number one cashless society in the world. The country has the least cash per person than any other nation in the world.