Powerful volcanos and kilometres of coastline: nowhere else do these forces of nature – fire and water – encounter each other in such a formidable way as they do in Auckland, New Zealand. On a language trip to Auckland, you can learn English set against the breathtaking backdrop of surreal volcanic landscapes and fantastic beaches.
Auckland was built on the ridge of around fifty inactive volcanos just off the Pacific volcanic belt, known as the Ring of Fire. Today, this city on the north island of New Zealand is a mecca for water sports fans and is known as the City of Sails due to its countless sailing boats in the bays, lagoons and harbours. Experience how fire and water have combined to make Auckland unique. A third of New Zealand’s population live here, and its theatres, restaurants and bustling nightlife make it the cultural centre of the country. A more exciting place to learn English than New Zealand would be hard to find!