Considered the separation marker between the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean, this is the northwesternmost tip of the Aupouri Peninsula.

Cape Reinga

Considered the separation marker between the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean, this is the northwesternmost tip of the Aupouri Peninsula.
Photograph by Krista Rossow

19 Epic Landscapes in New Zealand

This island nation has an incredible diversity of landscapes, seascapes, and all that's in between.

Jam-packed with a diversity of dramatic terrains, this island nation, which is only the size of California, is a thrilling place for adventure and beauty seekers. Soft, sandy beaches and rugged coastlines fill the shores, while mountains, meadows, and glaciers fill the land. Explore a few of these diverse landscapes through Krista Rossow's photographs.

Krista Rossow is a contributing photographer to National Geographic Travel. You can follow her on instagram @kristarossow.

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