The purest natural landscapes at New Zealand’s South Island
Christchurch is not only a beautiful garden city but also the gateway to New Zealand's South Island. As bordered by hills and the Pacific Ocean, a wonderful nature with harmony weather is what you can surely expect to find at this place. When deciding to have a leisure trip in New Zealand, the tranquil Christchurch city is highly recommended.
Rose Garden - Photo: tripadvisor
There are also plenty of activities you can do in Christchurch, such as sports for a summer or picnic under the trees. More than that, Botanic Garden and so many other gardens are real attractions for everyone here, don't miss the Central Rose Garden or the New Zealand Garden for a unique taste of our natural heritage. One of our tips is that you should consider taking a guided tour on a Caterpillar at the Botanic Gardens, as the gardens have so many things to discover.
With a stunning scenery and a huge range of activities, Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s favourite visitor destinations. Surrounded by majestic mountains and the Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is a perfect choice for any purpose of adventure, exploration, relaxation or even for a honeymoon.
A stunning beauty of lake Wakatipu
Queenstown will amaze you with a variety adrenaline activities, including bungy jumping, white water rafting and skydiving. Especially from June to October, the region will offer their visitor a world-class ski and snowboard season. If you’re looking for a leisure travel, sightseeing tour, spa and wellness centres are all ready to welcome you.
The central city of Otago region is also the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand. The city is famous for being an economic centre of the whole region and home to the University of Otago.
A popular addition to the city is the peaceful Chinese Gardens
Travelling to Dunedin, visitors can totally expect in its culinary experiences. You will be overwhelmed by numbers of award-winning restaurants, bustling bars and coffee, contemporary designer boutiques, artisan jewellery workshops as well as vintage shopping stores.
Lake Te Anau
Although Lake Te Anau is the largest lake in the South Island, it is ranked after Lake Taupo, making the second-largest one in New Zealand.
Lake Te Anau in Southland region
Because having a large area of water surface, cruising or kayaking on are really popular here. Besides, travellers can also visit the Te Ana-au glowworm caves and enjoy delicious local lobster and seafood.
The city is a commercial centre of the Southland region, with peaceful lifestyle and a charming old-world character. In addition to experiencing excellent shopping, lively cafes, restaurants and bars, travellers can try horse riding on a beach to enjoy the tranquil nature here.
There is a great array of coastal landscapes
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