No matter what you’ve already heard or read about New Zealand. It will amaze you. After travelling the North Island aboard my green big Kiwi Experience bus on behalf of 100% Pure New Zealand, it was time to catch the ferry to the South Island and I had great expectations since everybody I’ve met kept saying “Wait till you get south”. Let me tell you: they were right. If the north island is stunning, the south island is heaven to the eyes and, especially, the heart.
Snow-capped mountains, crystal turquoise lakes and rivers, incredible cliffs and white sandy beaches, gorgeous hikes, wild waves, adrenaline-filled jumps. New Zealand has it all and more.
Once again..sweet as.
Sometimes words are not necessary. Sometimes they are simply not enough to describe what the eyes can see and the heart can feel. This was surely the case for me when travelling the South Island of New Zealand. For this reason, I’ve decided to create a visual itinerary rather than a detailed one as I’ve done for the North Island. The links below the pictures will take you to the various accommodations and activities I have done during my time there. If, by the end of the gallery, you want to know more, please do not hesitate to leave a comment below or drop me an email.
Here’s a visual inspiration for your trip to the South Island.
If you wish to book your own Kiwi Experience bus, you should head here and make sure to tune for my second post about the South Island soon-ish! 😃 If you are interested in booking accommodation with Xbase / Nomads click here.
1 – I was a guest of New Zealand’s Tourist Board in collaboration with Kiwi Experience and the partners mentioned above. All opinions are always – authentically and completely – my own.
2 – There are affiliated links on this post – as you know travel writing is one of my many jobs, this means that if you book through the links above, a small % of your payment goes towards this blog and my further travels.
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