This New Zealand South Island itinerary focuses on a part of New Zealand South Island that nature lovers and adventurers will never forget: from Christchurch to Queenstown.
There are many things to do in Mount Cook, but you won’t be around long enough to enjoy them all. So here’s a summary of my favourite Mt Cook hikes.
I was travelling in New Zealand, where they had the third highest bungee jump in the world. I wanted to check it out and challenge my fear of heights.
When visiting the North West of New-Zealand, the Rainbow Falls are a very nice and easy stop to consider, even if you don’t have much time in the region.
Long weekend roadtrip to the North West of New-Zealand: Bay of Islands, Poor Knights Islands and Whangaroa Harbour in 3 days, from and back to Auckland.
While preparing our New Zealand trip, I randomly found photos of Duke’s Nose trek. It looked fantastic so we made a detour to check it out.
The Poor Knights Islands in New Zealand are famous for being on Cousteau’s top 10 dives. There, you can dive the world’s largest sea cave and one of the most beautiful arch. The scenery above the water is fantastic as well, great for kayaking & snorkelling.
In the turquoise waters of the stunning Bay of Islands, in the west of New Zealand North Island, 144 natural and wild islands stand between an irregular shaped land. Dolphins & Seals love it too!