Language study abroadNew Zealand
HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER A LANGUAGE STUDY TRIP TO NEW ZEALAND WITH BOA LINGUA:
- The best language schools in eight New Zealand destinations
- A low-price guarantee for your language study trip to New Zealand
- Free, comprehensive support in finding the right language course for you in New Zealand
- The opportunity to gain a Cambridge certificate or another language qualification
- Outdoor sports and many other activities in New Zealand
A fantastic mix awaits you on a language study trip to New Zealand. The Pacific Islands are known as the "Switzerland of the South". But here, mountains, glaciers and lakes are complemented by lush rainforest and active volcanoes.
Language study in New Zealand:
The people of New Zealand refer to themselves as Kiwis and share their name with the country's exotic heraldic animal. Thanks to the friendly, unorthodox and tolerant nature of these islanders, you will quickly be made to feel at home during your language study trip. Learning English in New Zealand is an attractive prospect. Just like the Australians, New Zealanders also speak English with an accent that resembles a beautiful blend of British and American. The small island state is extremely rich in cultural contrasts. In addition to modern city life in places such as Auckland and Wellington, you can also experience the fascinating heritage of the indigenous Maori people.
GLACIERS, SEA AND RAINFOREST
The Pacific Islands are affectionately known as the "Switzerland of the South". This refers primarily to the South Island with its high mountains, glaciers and clear lakes. However, it also boasts lush rainforest and is surrounded by waters that are home to whales, dolphins, seals and penguins. A hike through moss-covered forests will transport you to a world where time appears to have stood still. The narrow Cook Strait separates the South Island from the North Island, where the "Volcanic Plateau" is home to a series of active volcanoes – a unique combination of UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites. Geysers and hot springs shape the barren landscape, which is shrouded in sulphurous vapours.