Zealandia Animal and Plant Reserve is a large zoo and botanical garden. The plants here are very luxuriant. Many of them are rare plant species. Many animals live here. The environment is very elegant and it is definitely worth visiting. .
New Zealand, far away from the industrial continent, has complete protection measures for animals and plants, as can be seen from the strict inspection and quarantine at the airport. It can be said that the animals and plants living in this land are also the happiest!
We went on a cloudy day and we were a little bit down because we thought it might affect the birds wandering in the visible area. But we were wrong! We saw almost every bird on the list (except for the very small ones, which have white heads), because this is a refuge, we are quiet, away from the screaming children, when we do , The bird is out!
There are three trails in the reserve. According to personal physical strength, the road signs are red, yellow and blue to distinguish them. We chose to take the road by the lake when we went there. Jingmei was also relaxed. We also watched the lizard up close and walked a mountain road back, quiet. From noon on weekends in the reserve, there will be a special person to lead the way and give free explanations at three time points. I feel that it is very human and sentimental, and I don’t want money.
Karori Wildlife Sanctuary is an important nature reserve, located in a secluded outskirts valley, only 2.5 kilometers from Wellington's central business district, it is a paradise for nature lovers! There are rare and endangered birds in New Zealand, such as brindle kiwi, saddleback, suture honey sucker and kaka parrot. They live in the pristine natural environment and enjoy increasingly abundant natural food sources, so they can thrive and flourish. Grow. The pure natural environment here will make you forget the complexity of the city.
Preston_Dominguez: Zealandia, 53 Waiapu Rd, Karori, Wellington
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Otari-Wilton's Bush,Carter Observatory,New Zealand Parliament,Wellington Botanic Gardens,Museum of Wellington City & Sea