Continuing our journey on the South Island we get all around the Southern Alps and to the rough west coast where the world’s most accessible glaciers are located. The scenery remains outstanding and the sights of the exposed glaciers at such low, nearly sea level altitudes is something remarkable. For some reason this does not … More Dreaming in New Zealand: Glaciers, Arthur’s Pass & a bit of Christchurch.
Having just been to Milford Sound I thought nothing could match the breathtaking views of the fjords. And I was wrong. Glenorchy route is considered one of the most scenic in the World. I seriously wonder how many “one of the most” does New Zealand have? Luckily I took another million photos to prove that … More Dreaming in New Zealand: Glenorchy, Wanaka and Blue Pools.
As my adventure on the North Island has finished it’s time to discover the South Island. It is very different, colder, more remote and rough – but probably more beautiful. I’m saying probably, as we all have different tastes, but majority of people I spoke with share the same perception of the two islands. Both … More Dreaming in New Zealand: Milford Sound
Auckland is the biggest city in New Zealand and many think it’s the capital city, which of course, it is not – Wellington is. Despite not being the government main city, it is a business centre for the country and perhaps it has the best climate to live in! No wonder so many people call … More Dreaming in New Zealand: Auckland, Wainamu Lake and Te Henga
The North Island adventure continues. After the splendid visit to the volcano island I headed to admire another seismic wonder – Wai-O-Tapu Geothermal Field. The picturesque lakes and steaming caves do remind the visitors that the ground in New Zealand does not sleep. This wonderland is located on one of the most active volcanic areas … More Dreaming in New Zealand: Rotorua