Saturday, June 1, 2013

Places to Visit While in New Zealand

Lake Rotoiti
This is a mountain lake which is located in the area along Tasman Region of New Zealand. If you travel to Nelson Lakes National Park, Lake Rotoiti is located within its borders. Most of us will be drawn to this serene beauty but, do you like to spend your vacation on the outdoor?

If you are an outdoor sports fanatic and loves fishing then, this place is a great destination for you. You can go hiking and fishing. Do not forget that this place is rich in cultural, historic and scenic sites such as the Okere Falls Scenic Reserve and Hinehopu or Hongi Track. The lake is surrounded by Beech forest which is the largest native forests remaining in New Zealand.

There is a tramping track that circles the lake which includes the Lakehead track so; if you love hiking and the nature, you can’t go wrong with this area.

If you prefer to ride but, would love to take a glimpse of the lake, be happy because you can avail a water taxi that travels the length of the lake. They service the trampers to and from the Coldwater and Lakehead. Would you like to try waterskiing? You may check out your travel agency if this place has it.

If you are a foodie and love adventure by the waters, you should check out Nelson. This place is well known for their restaurants and wineries in fact; those are their attractions. They are famous in their cuisine showcasing delicious seafood, fruits and vegetables which are locally produced in their area. They are fresh and the finest in the region of Nelson/ Tasman. Tourists came here to try their delicious cuisine and you should not miss it!

While you are in New Zealand, take advantage to buy a Greenstone Jewelry. They are pretty and carved in both sides. Buy Greenstone for spiritual guardian. It is believed that this jewelry is a carrier of supernatural powers and those who wears it will be protected from evil.
They say that if you want to visit an unspoilt and untouched paradise, it can only be Waitaki. Blessed with gorgeous scenery and I would like to focus your attention to this great wonders in Duntroon. You will find a spectacular geological formations which truly mesmerized you!  Look at the photo below, amazing right?

Would you like to live near this area? You should check out the climate difference in this region and ask about Home Insulation too. Some areas in New Zealand are dry but, the other side is the wettest so, take note of this things. 

Anyway, while you are in this place, visit the The Elephant Rocks which is the home of incredible limestone formations. You can book your visit to a local tour company. They will show you the Vanished World centre in Duntroon and visit the key fossil sites too. Enjoy your vacation.


MikiHope said...

I have never thought about traveling to visit this section of the world--but now I am. That lake looks sooo inviting and those stone formations are amazing!!

Rebecca said...

what a gorgeous place to visit

Taty said...

This is a trip
Specially love the Waitaki
Thanks for sharing

JC said...

Wow! New Zealand looks incredible. The scenery looks peaceful and relaxing. The photo of the water looks like an illusion, it's as if they are floating, that's how clear it looks. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos and all the info on New Zealand.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Oh my, what a terrific place to visit. A friend of mine lives in NZ and she said that it's beautiful out there.

Anonymous said...

That is absolutely beautiful. I would love to be in one of those kayaks.

Trendy Cyndie said...

Beautiful! The water is crystal clear!

Melinda Dunne said...

I would love to visit New Zealand it is on my bucket list. It looks so beautiful.

Nova said...

That is one nice place to unwind with your partner and family. A perfect getaway i must say.


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