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Long known as a land for adventurers and rugby lovers, New Zealand is a country that offers an amazing amount of variety packed into its small area. The filming of The Lord of the Rings in its hills and mountains at the turn of the century helped further advertise New Zealand’s phenomenal scenery to the entire world, and enhanced its growing reputation as a destination for English learners as well as teachers.
Blessed with an ideal climate and breathtaking natural beauty, it is no wonder that it is fast becoming an EFL hot spot to rival many of the more established countries. TEFL teachers here can enjoy lessons with students who are keen to learn, whilst also never being short of something to do on a day off. On North Island you can experience volcanoes and sandy beaches. In contrast, South Island provides you with snowy mountains surrounded by the beauty of glaciers and fjords. It is not just in the landscape that there is a great deal of variety, though, New Zealand also has a varied history and culture, managing to embrace what both the Maori and European descendants living here bring to the table. Read More
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