Adventures on the South Island
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|182||10||Nelson||Mar 14 - Mar 24, 2017|
"A childhood spent at the top of the South Island, with most holidays featuring a sandfly infested awning and a gold pan for fun, the beauty of my home island was somewhat lost on me. Not so now. Obsessed with all things outdoors including hiking, mountain biking and wildlife-watching, I now realise that New Zealand’s South Island is a truly special place to be. Its coastline, mountain ranges, valleys and plains present endless adventure regardless of your interests or ability, enriched by unique natural history and colourful stories from both M?ori and colonial times." -- Lonely Planet. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/new-zealand/south-island/introduction#ixzz47XgYSQlp
Getting there: Book your international flights into and out of Auckland, then either make your way overland to Wellington via bus or car if you want to see some of the sights (Napier and Hastings on the East coast if you like wine, Raglan on the west if you want some surf, or right down the middle if you want to visit Mordor, from the Lord of the Rings in Lake Taupo), then take a ferry to Picton or if you're short on time, a quick domestic flight with Air New Zealand is quick and easy to either Nelson or Wellington and getting to Nelson is straightforward.
- Fun Nelson
- Gunkholing dream land
- Islands and Islands and Bays oh my!
- One of the best wine regions on the planet
- SUPER beautiful!
- Can be a bit touristy
- Unstable weather
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Cabin 1 - Cabrinha - Guests: Guest
Cabin 3 - Cabrinha - Guests: Guest
Cabin 4 - Cabrinha - Guests: Guest