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Kerosene Creek, a geothermally heated body of water and natural spa bath where you can enjoy the perks for FREE! #NewZealand #locumtenens #travel #NaturalSpaBath

The beauty that is Farewell Spit. Photo courtesy of Dr. Benjamin Ross. #locumtenens #NewZealand #FarewellSpit

Mahia Beach in New Zealand. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey and Molly Evans.

Milford Track - Described by many as the finest walk in the world, the hike is brimming with spectacular views of huge valleys, glaciers and peaceful streams.

Brimming with everything from kiwi and citrus fruit to avocados amid its acres of gardens, the Bay of Plenty could not have a more apt name.

The 600-foot (182-m) volcanic peak of One Tree Hill is a remarkable memorial for the New Zealand community, particularly the Maori people who have claimed the land for thousands of years.

Wellington Writers' Walk: combine your love of literature with sightseeing in New Zealand.

Solitude along the New Zealand coast. Photo courtesy of Dr. George Waxter.

Kayaking at Queen Charlotte Sound in New Zealand. Photo courtesy of Dr. Stein.

Gorgeous Hauraki Gulf in New Zealand. Photo courtesy of Dr. Terrance Finstad. Read about Dr. Terrance Finstad's adventures here: www.gmedical.com/...

Playing in the white sands of Hahei beach in New Zealand. Photo courtesy of Dr. Elvira van Gemerden.

The blues and greens of New Zealand.

Watch out for these nomads. (Well, they are flightless birds.)

One Tree Hill ("Maungakiekie") is a 182 metre volcanic peak located in Auckland, New Zealand. It's an important memorial place for both Māori and other New Zealanders. Photo courtesy of Dr. David Rideout. Read about Dr. David Rideout's exploits here: www.gmedical.com/...

The 12 most beautiful lakes in the world? New Zealand's Lake Matheson made the list (naturally): bit.ly/wJE0vn

One of New Zealand’s most visible attractions - the Sky Tower is symbol of home for Aucklanders and a reference point for travelers. Did you know it’s taller than the Eiffel Tower? It also weighs the equivalent of 6,000 elephants. Photo courtesy of Dr. David Rideout.

The Moeraki Boulders on Koekohe Beach in New Zealand.

Stepping foot into Tongariro National Park, New Zealand. Photo courtesy of Dr. Elvira van Gemerden.

In awe of one of many geysers located throughout Rotorua, New Zealand. Photo courtesy of Dr. David Rideout.

On the road in the Land of the Long White Cloud. Photo courtesy of Dr. Steve Vilter.

Now we know where all the rainbows have gone - New Zealand steals them all. Photo courtesy of Dr. Paul Willard.

The koru (Māori for "bight" or "loop") is a spiral shape based on the shape of a new unfurling silver fern frond and symbolizing new life, growth, strength and peace. It's an integral symbol in Māori art. This picture was taken on Hollyford Track at Fiordland National Park in New Zealand. Photo courtesy of Dr. Robert Bencze.

The stunning landscape that New Zealand is known for - a uniquely striking photo of Tolaga Bay on the North Island. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey