The South Island of New Zealand is less populated than the North Island of New Zealand. Follow me to popular tourist attractions as well as to not so known areas of the New Zealand South Island. Starting in the north you find the beautiful Marlborough Sounds and the golden beaches of Abel Tasman National Park.
Down the east coast along the amazing Kaikoura coastline for a whale watching trip to see the sperm whales or to swim with dolphins. On the west coast of the New Zealand North Island we travel west of the Southern Alps and visit the famous tourist attractions like the Pancake Rocks ...More information below photos...
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We fly by helicopter around Mount Cook and check out the blue ice of Fox Glacier and the Franz Josef Glacier before we reach the rainforest and finally the beaches. We visit the old steam train, the Kingston Flyer, visiting Queenstown and Fiordland National Park. In the south we reach the not so know The Catlins with sandy beaches, hidden waterfalls, Nugget Point Lighthouse, the fossil forest if Curio Bay and the rich wildlife with yellow eyed penguin or hooker sea lions.