Seeing a beautiful sunset in Hokitika, New Zealand, jumping from the height of 10,000 feet in Queenstown, hiking 10 km in Mount Cook, making a vow under the snowy mountains, picnicking at Lake Wanaka, in Tikpo The lake held hands to see the starry sky and the Milky Way, the first attempt to fly in Wanaka and the lobster in Kaikoura. . . . 1 car, 11 days, more than 2,800 kilometers, galloping in the dream of New Zealand, experienced an unprecedented journey!
New Zealand is one of the most beautiful countries in the southern hemisphere, consisting of two islands, the South Island and the North Island, and the South Island is close to Antarctica (so if you are lucky enough to see the South Pole, you will see the most beautiful in Tekapu The starry sky and the rare Antarctic light), the North Island and Fiji are a country that is very suitable for self-driving travel. The distance between the various attractions is not close, but the scenery is infinite.
This is our main destination for self-driving New Zealand South Island. The South Island is famous for its natural landscapes. Lakes, snow mountains, glaciers, jungles and oceans are all available. Around the South Island, I traveled around the South Island, galloping in the blue sky and white clouds, like a fairy tale world, as beautiful as a dream, but it is still at your fingertips.
Hokitika, the gateway to the Fox Glacier and the Franz Josef Glacier, produces New Zealand-specific jade, known as the City of Jade
If you take the bus, Hokitika Green in Hokitika The parking lot behind the jade shop is the last stop to go to Fox Glacier. After 40 minutes of parking, you can go to the supermarket to buy. Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier are not so big, and things are more expensive. There is a new world supermarket.
What to play?
1, Hokitika Beach
In the central street of the small town, you can find a wooden sign with Hokitika Beach Access. You can see a very large beach. On sunny days, green grass, blue sky and white clouds, there are white stones on the black sand. There are also artworks by trees from all over the beach, which are very beautiful!
2, Hokitika Gorge
the town's hotels often have an introduction to this attraction. It is a milk river and canyons on both sides. A suspension bridge in the air is a historic place in New Zealand. . 35km from the town of Hokitika.
Tips: Self-driving navigation, let's go, from the town, drive for half an hour
3, you can explore the night. Hokitika Firefly: glow worm dell, not a cave, but a hill
The Alpine train made Arthur pass, and the driver master waited for me at Arthur's Pass, and began to travel along the New Zealand West Coast Route 6 by Hokitika-Fox Glacier. Along the 6th public heel to the road to Fox, all the way to the snow-capped mountains and lakes, the scenery is beautiful. Hokitika is a small town on the west coast of New Zealand and is a must for the Fox Glacier and the Franz Josef Glacier.
Hokitika is a small town on the west coast of New Zealand and is a must for the Fox Glacier and the Franz Josef Glacier. Known for its unique green jade in New Zealand, it is known as the city of jade in New Zealand. The historic Hokitika is also a place to learn about the fascinating history of New Zealand's west coast, strolling through the town's only main street, quietly as if you can hear the buzz from the clocks on the iconic clock tower in the heart of the town.
Hokitika is a small town on the west coast of New Zealand and is a must for the Fox Glacier and the Franz Josef Glacier.
It can be said that this seaside town is also famous for its sunset scenery. The English name HOKITIKA of the small city formed by the branches of the sea is like a business card of the city.
The waters of the bohemian Tasman Sea are slap on the beach, and the clouds at sunset are beautiful, and you can stroll along the beach in the evening to experience the rare leisure time.
As a transit point for the West Coast tour, the town of Hokitika is not big, and you can walk to the whole town in 2-3 hours. You can stroll along the beach and watch the sunset, and then go to the free firefly wormhole to watch the fireflies.
How to get there: 227 km from Christchurch, South Island, about three to four hours.