New Zealand South Island must seeSouth Island New Zealand needs to see
Lake Matheson's water is deep bay, making it the perfect reflecting finish on a quiet days. It' s very inspirational to see the way in which this town develops and builds to new splendour. As the sea sounds and the pancake's savage appearance make for a beautiful landscape not to be missed on your journey.
The former gold-digger village has one or two stories to tell. The Arrowtown is situated on the shores of the Arrow River, in the Otago area of the South Island, not far from Queenstown. This partially renovated Chineses village on the bank of the riverbank, constructed by Chineses minesmen, gives a fairly good impression of the lives of these early colonists in 1868.
Situated on the north shore of Lake Wakatipu, Glenorchy is the gate to the footpaths and....you already knew it: A real Middle-earth-wizard. It is also a nice little city that is definitely deserving a visit. Situated just outside Haast, Bruce is a great place for a mystic walk. When your SD memory is full, take your stylus and write a note for your family, relatives or other travelers on one of the many pieces of pebble that you find on the shore and place it among the hundred other pebble stones that have been placed there.
The town is known for its adrenaline rushes and adventurous people. But that' s not all, because this town has thought of everything, even the little ones. You must have done some fairly good pictureshop work. That' s by far only a small part of our favorite places on the South Island.
We have you in the right frame of mind for a street voyage, and is all you need now, a motorhome to get you on the street?