We’ve spent a week here and absolutely love the scenery. There is a lovely lakeside walk which goes for kilometers if that’s tour thing. The town is vibrant with cafes, bars and restaurant and good su...
There are many stunning places in the South Island with great views etc, Wanaka seemed to have more of a wow factor about it, we look forward to going back, Most other places are BTDT (been there done...
This is another breathtaking lake in the region. There is a track around the lake that you can walk/run or bike on and it is well signposted, so you know what bay etc you are in. I really enjoyed my r...
This picturesque tree that lives in the wanaka lake in New Zealand is always worth taking a picture of!
From the flight school, we decided to go to Wanaka for a turn. It is said that the small town of Wanaka is much quieter than Queenstown, but compared with Lake Hawea, it is still noisy. In clear weather, the lake is clear and the snowy mountains behind it are clearly visible! Tourists and local residents are walking, walking dogs and carrying baby. The weather in my jacket, New Zealand's little babies only wear a diaper, and the gap between the races is great.
Sitting at the lakeside, breezy, looking at the clouds and clouds, the snow-capped mountains are still moving, I like and yearn for a laid-back lifestyle, where people are going on vacation every day.
Relative to the prosperity of Queenstown, I prefer Wanaka's peace and quiet.
It is hidden between Lake Wanaka and Lake Hawea and the Southern Alps. It is a dream town like a paradise.
Walking in the windy and sunny days, strolling along the pebble beach, listening to the lake's sloppy, deciduous sand, even doing nothing, looking at the lonely tree in a daze, is a pleasant thing.
Wanaka is the place I have been most obsessed with, because in addition to completely letting go of my own self, listening to the voice of my heart, I also understand that doing nothing can be so justified, people can not help but be drunk in time.
In addition to the beautiful scenery, the town of Wanaka in the South Island of New Zealand is more attractive for all kinds of high-altitude adventure sports here. Many people come here not for sightseeing, but for flying.
Wanaka Airport was once the base for training fighter pilots during World War II and is now the base for high-altitude adventure sports. There are several flight companies in this small airport for you to choose from, but I recommend this company called learn to fly. Because other companies take off and land must be controlled by the instructor, but this company may be a big heart, take off and land all to give me control. That blonde is my faculty.
Located in the Otago area of New Zealand's South Island, Lake Wanaka is surrounded by high mountains and is the fourth largest lake in New Zealand and the source of the larger river in New Zealand, the Clutha River. This is a beautiful lake with a small plane that overlooks the white and white of the snowy mountains from the sky. The Yanglin boulevard on the lakeside is well-known, and the rows of shades are beautifully reflected on the lake.