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Must see and do on the South Island of New Zealand


The given below locations are based on traveller’s popularity and best for travel spots – but rather on the possible, moving crash you may feel when seeing the landscape.

Beginning from the top of the south Island of New Zealand and going in oppose clockwise way; here are my top sites not to miss during your tour with Honeymoon Tour Packages New Zealand from India

  1. Marlborough Sounds

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If you rent a ferry from the Wellington city to Picton town, you will already feel the splendour of the Marlborough Sounds. Though, you can also leave for a trek to watch one or more sounds. The Marlborough Sounds is like – bush-clad hills scrawling out into the sea, where the shades of the water bordered by the sounds will hypnotise you.

  1. Abel Tasman National Park and Golden Bay

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When you board on the ferry in Picton town, Motueka is located at a drive of 2-hour in the west. Motueka is a great city to stay in close to Abel Tasman National Park, since it offers all the fundamental facilities and more – containing fast food restaurants. Golden Bay is situated a bit ahead away, up over Takaka Hill. The Golden Bay and beaches with beautiful sands come in mind with shrub that refreshes you, certainly if you take a leisure walk along the shoreline.

  1. Punakaiki pancake rocks and the west shore

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While the cliffs at Punakaiki are something unusual to see! Take a short trip to stretch out your legs as you drive down the West Coast? It makes you 3 hours to drive a car from Motueka to Punakaiki so a short stop from driving would be great. You can get more driving times between towns on the South Island on the South Island. The rocky shoreline of the West shore, particularly the top half of the western part of the South Island, will definitely amaze you.

  1. Fox Glacier or Franz Josef Glacier

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If you want to go for a glacier trek, do it. The glaciers are gradually melting away as Earth gets hot. To go close to the ice – sometimes a nice light blue colour can be experienced. Also explore the lake Matheson close to the Fox Glacier. Lake Matheson is the most excellent place on a windless day to boost your probability of receiving an ideal photo of the mirror image of the hills in the lake.

  1. Lake Pukaki and Mount Cook

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When you first saw the Lake Pukaki, you would truly scream with “Wow”. We have seen it a number of times in photos, but seeing in real is truly unforgettable. Unite this with a vision of Mount Cook on a complete cloudless day and you have got yourself a scene that all should see before they pass on. There are also various short walks you can enjoy in Mount Cook National Park to get extra of Mount Cook and other hills in the region.

There are lots of things to see and do in New Zealand, so book New Zealand Tour packages from ARV holidays India to explore all these attractions.

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