The Abel Tasman National Park and Coastal Track
Northern end of South Island. 54 km of breathtaking coastal track in 3-5 days. Golden beaches, crystal clear turquoise water, native lush forest, amazing nature. One of the best Great Walks. Named after Dutch explorer Abel Tasman who spotted the shores of New Zealand in 1642. Click for a Binspi here.
The Riwaka Resurgence
Somewhere beneath the Takaka Hill, in the breathtaking surrounding of the Northwestern top of the South Island lies a beautiful gem of nature secretly hidden in the depth of a little forest. Embraced by an unbelievably green, mossy wonderland. Where the river begins, and according to Maori, a place for healing. Fresh, cold, magic. Click for a Binspi here.
Top of the South Island. A charming little city with one of the sunniest spots in the country. The "Mediterranean of the Pacific". Nestled between mysterious foggy mountains and the clear blue sea. Amazing landscapes, beautiful parks, a touch of history and art. Named after Admiral Nelson who won the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. Click for a Binspi here.
The Centre of New Zealand
The geographical centre of New Zealand.