Very quiet and undisturbed island. New Zealand's long coastline provides such a perfect ocean view. Although coastal reefs have replaced beaches, this does not prevent you from coming here to relax!
Sams Island is a small island off the coast of Wellington. The scenery on the island is very gorgeous. The surrounding islands are clear with clear waters and rugged rocks. The scenery is very unique. The island can be explored on foot and is very fun and definitely worth visiting.
Matteo Sams Island is a very beautiful peninsula on the outskirts of Wellington. The coast here is undeveloped and quite primitive. The waves hit the reefs protruding from the sea surface, and they set off white waves, which was very spectacular and beautiful. The sea here is clear and sometimes there are dolphins, which attracts many tourists to watch.
I like this place because going there reminds me of my trip to Alcatez. There is a fascinating history of isolation and imprisonment here, which not everyone knows. I especially like to see Wellington and Hutt Valley from a new perspective... It’s cool to stand on the highest point of the island and turn around to see all parts of the harbour. I suggest bringing a picnic lunch. The ferry schedule may be a bit confusing, but you can take one in the morning and come back in the afternoon. There is plenty of time to stroll around the island and enjoy some of the railroad tracks and the beautiful surrounding scenery. If you really like it, you can even book one of the two houses on the island and spend the night. Check the Ministry of Protection website to learn how. Staying overnight is definitely something I have to do
Sams Island is a very quiet and beautiful island off Wellington, and there are daily liners to go here. The island is quiet and pristine, with birds and flowers overlooking Wellington across the sea. The coast of the island is very magnificent, and the game between the reef and the waves arouses layers of waves, which is very beautiful. Snorkeling is also possible here, and there is a special snorkeling base.
Matiu Island, commonly known as Lizard Island, is also the home of blue penguins. The last return to Hulington every day is 4:25 in the afternoon, so you can't see the blue penguins returning to the nest, unless of course you own a yacht or boat. I didn't see the lizard yesterday, I don't know where it is hiding, but I would rather it hide, if I see it, I must be afraid of cold sweats! The island is not big, and it takes only about two hours to walk down the whole journey. But hiking on the island in fine weather is still very beautiful. The various roads on the island are very beautiful. The plants on the island are very diverse. You can enjoy the scenery of the fjord on all sides from the island. If you like photography, stay for a day, you will definitely There are blockbusters.