South Island

Total 18 Posts

Puzzling World

Fascinating Puzzling World is a 'must do' in Wanaka

Wanaka

The area around Lake Wanaka is a kaleidoscope of seasonal colours

Kaikoura

Giant sperm whales are year-round residents off the Kaikoura coast

Hanmer Springs

Whilst Christchurch is the hub of Canterbury, it’s not the only treasure to be discovered. Take a 2 hour trip inland to Hanmer Springs, where you’ll find some of the best thermal pools in the world. Visit the famous Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa to relax amongst

Aoraki - Mount Cook

Ridging the spine of the rugged South Island is 500 kilometres of breathtaking mountain majesty—the 28 peaks of the Southern Alps, including crown jewel Aoraki (Mount Cook). Named ‘Aoraki’ by the Māori iwi (tribe) Ngāi Tahu, which translates as ‘cloud piercer’, New Zealand’s highest peak is 3,724

Canterbury and Christchurch

Christchurch post-earthquakes is a vibrant and interesting place to visit.

West Coast

Home to only 1% of the country’s population, this is a place of wide open spaces.

Marlborough

Almost all visitors to the region pass through the pretty seaside village of Picton. The bustling port is home to the Interislander ferry and gateway to the Marlborough Sounds, a vast network of water-filled valleys that make up one fifth of New Zealand’s coastline. Picton Stop in at the

Abel Tasman National Park

The Abel Tasman may be New Zealand’s smallest National Park at 22,530 hectares, but it is also the country’s most visited, drawing visitors from around the world with its ridiculously beautiful coastline. Te Waikoropupū Springs It was established in 1942 and is located at the top of
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