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Top 10 Adventures from New Zealand:

Top World presents today the

Top 10 Adventures from New Zealand:

1. Fiordland National Park
2. Tongariro National Park
3. Aoraki Mount Cook
4. Sky City Tower
5. Otatara Pa Historic Reserve
6. Castlepoint Scenic Reserve
7. National Maritime Museum
8. Kelly Tarlton's Antarctic Encounter & Underwater World
9. Waitomo Glowworm Caves
10. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Please visit our website to read more about the list:


The TOP WORLD AWARD is given to 10 adventures from each country in the
world. The criterias are that the Adventure must be unique within its
country and be open to tourists. It is also important that the adventure
is well presented online so people can easily make contact.
Together with the Top Award Icon the Adventures gets:
- Free placement on our website
- Free contact information for their Adventure
- Free link to their homepage
- 1 picture from their Adventure placed together with the
description your
- The Adventure linked to the best travel information about the
(example embassies, airports, general information, art galleries/museums
and much more).
- Logo recognition- /use of Top World Award Logo on their web page.

All this information we present free.

Top World Adventure's is a free informational website.

Surfers will find all they need to explore the world, plan vacations and
make educated choices on their Adventures. Extreme adventures to family
fun times, seasonal information to airlines, vote-win-discuss! This is
the one site to visit for any traveler to any place in the world.
Ultimate in information, facts, fun and education! Facts constantly


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