New Zealand release conscious travel on Spotify

Tourism New Zealand launched a Spotify channel, the second from a tourism board on September 1, 2020. The album is called ‘Mindful Journeys’ and features four meditative audio tracks (two with narration and two without).

Although international visitors may not be able to visit New Zealand now, the album was carefully designed to transport listeners to virtually New Zealand, helping them to reach a place of tranquility, disconnect from their stress and calm their minds through of these meditative sounds.

Through the soundscapes, listeners will travel across the country’s northern and southern islands, experiencing New Zealand’s unique melodies, including native birds, bubbling geothermal mud pools and the gentle sound of the breeze moving through the forest. With many more exclusive, relaxing and natural sounds to explore in New Zealand, additional tracks will be released by the tourist board in the future.

Listen now on Spotify: Far North to Rotorua, South Island – Marlborough Sounds to the Canterbury Plains and Where to stay for a mindful experience in New Zealand etc.

North Island – North End to Rotorua

Begin your journey on the iconic beaches of the upper part of the North Island, listening to the soothing sounds of surf and sea birds. With the breeze entering our forests, listening to native birds and insects as well as the soft noises of the forest floor. Traveling through the earthy sounds of the bush, appear in the geothermal area of ​​Rotorua. Steaming water, bubbling mud pools and the characteristic noise of natural geysers can be heard.

South Island – Marlborough Sounds to the Canterbury Plains

Start in the gentle waters of the sounds of Marlborough, then head down the rugged beaches of New Zealand’s west coast. Stop at Punakaiki Rocks, with its characteristic blowing holes. Move inland, traveling briefly across the foothills, to the Southern Alps, where we are in mountain air, wind whips and distant keas. Then, go down the other side through one of the many rivers fed by the mountain range. End in the peace of an Otago Central valley, with regional birds and insects that keep things rich and textured.