New Year is a celebration of every people around the world. In every country with different culture, this day is the best season of all. On the other hand, most of the travelers during this season wanted to explore other countries. Besides, New Zealand is one of the best places to visit. Caroline Wozniacki, Emmy Rossum, and Rachel Hunter were some of the celebrities who spent their New Year in New Zealand.

New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean consisting of two main islands, both marked by volcanoes and glaciation. Mountain ranges dominate New Zealand's landscape. In fact, one of the most striking physical features of this country is the Southern Alps according to Whitireia. It also features fiords, glaciers and lakes, and the coastal plains of Canterbury and Southland.

No wonder why some of the explorers wanted to visit New Zealand. Besides, there were photos leaked online that some celebrities spent their New Year on the said country. Kiwi supermodel Rachel Hunter, Danish tennis player Caroline Wozniacki, and actress Emmy Rossum celebrated New Year in New Zealand as the reports claimed by Daily Mail.

On a twitter post from Wozniacki, she shared a GIF captioned as 'Wishing everyone a happy and healthy New Year from Auckland!' as she danced on her apartment. She also added 'Excited to see what 2017 has in store.' Obviously, the 26-year-old tennis player spent her New Year at Auckland, New Zealand.

Rachel Hunter celebrated New Year solemnly at Motuihe Island, New Zealand as she meditated on the said island. In fact, she explained that her photo was honoring mother earth. Rachel posted the said photo on her Instagram, which is captioned, "Blessings & Love. Godspeed to all that we have loved and have passed on. Here's to more lessons of love, joy, compassion and truth."

Furthermore, "Shamless" actress Emmy Rossum posted a photo of herself wearing fancy princess crown captioned as 'Happy New Year from New Zealand aka the future!!!!' The award-winning actress is currently at Matauri Bay, New Zealand.