According to legend, tunnel beach is a tunnel hand-dug by a captain to commemorate his daughter who died in the shipwreck. Tunnelbeach is located in the south of Danidin. It takes about 20 minutes to drive from the city centre and then walk for about an hour. After a section of gravel road and dirt road, you can see the tunnel entrance. The tunnel is not long, so it is more than 20 meters. You can see the rubble heap and beach below when you get out of the tunnel. Opposite the entrance of the tunnel is a big stone gate cave and a cliff. The brave people can stand on that cliff, but be careful. The sea breeze there is very strong. Once it is blown down, it is more or less dangerous.
Tunnel beach trail is a beautiful natural landscape in Daniding. After coming out through a small tunnel, it is a magnificent beach view. The broken cliff here is absolutely going to experience it and looking down at the Atlantic Ocean. It is a straight cliff tens of meters high at the foot. It is very dangerous and exciting.
Tunnel beach is two kilometers south of Danidin. In 1870, an artificially excavated passage was built here. Tunnel passes through rocks and leads directly to quiet beach. Tunnel beach is also named for it. It takes 1 hour to walk to and from the tunnel beach. The scenery is beautiful.
Tunnel Beach, a seven-minute drive from Dunedin, the second largest city on New Zealand's South Island, is a very worthwhile attraction for small crowds. There is also a sad story. In memory of his drowned daughter, his father excavated a 72-step tunnel from the mountain to the beach in order to avoid other tourists from taking the risk of repeating their daughter's mistake. The scenery here is very spectacular, and the tourists are relatively few. It is absolutely a scenic spot to shoot super blockbusters. We have been shooting here for more than three hours. We strongly recommend you to come here for a visit.
It's a great match with Ocean Road. It's worth seeing. And there are few people, that is, the wind is super strong.
But Nitin's Tunnel Beach is not very famous, and there are not many tourists, but there is vast beauty here. The vast Atlantic Ocean has no shelter, the vast coast is full of grasslands, a long path leading to the sea, it feels beautiful, there is a sense of detention and dust-free pleasure.
I like it very much. I can see another world through the dark little aisle. Enjoy the whole beach and have a good time.
The road from Queen Town to Daniding was deliberately driven up, not far from downtown Daniding. The road was winding and winding. It was always uphill. It was about fifteen minutes'walk to the beach. It would pass through the legendary man-made tunnels. After going down, one side was the sea, the other side was the towering stone walls. It was very strange that the way back was laborious because it was all uphill. But it's worth visiting. It's a spectacular scene when the waves hit the cave.
It is the only granite tunnel in the world, with a total distance of 1200 metres, 10 metres ahead and a height drop of 1 metre. On rainy days, snowy mountains and waterfalls on both sides. The red light here is the highest traffic signal in New Zealand. The tunnel is a one-way street. All the cars across the street have to come out before the other end can enter.