137***66My husband and I went for a walk in Linden Lake. There, we saw some motorcyclists having fun while riding bicycles. There are also some fishing and other homeless people. The scenery is breathtaking and obviously changes with the seasons.
M49***70It is about 100 kilometers west of Christchurch and a 1.5-hour drive. It is a must pass to the west coast or Arthur National Park. The main reason is that there are a lot of huge stones gathered here, which are as big as a castle. Objectively speaking, the viewing here is average, except for the grassy boulders, there are not many other things, but the more rare thing is a tranquility.
d36***08Located on the main traffic road between Christchurch on the east coast of New Zealand's South Island and Greymouth on the west coast, it attracts many tourists here.
The white snow-capped mountains, fast-flowing waterfalls, clear lakes, magnificent glaciers, especially the diverse hiking trails and meticulous travel services, have been favored by many climbers.
For most tourists traveling around the South Island, if you start with Christchurch, you can use Arthur's Pass as the first stop and appetizer; if you take Christchurch as the end point, you must be visually tired when you see Arthur's Pass.
Stephen SchreckMany dream about visiting Antarctica but never get the chance to visit. However, the International Antarctic Centre lets you come a little closer to that dream. A wonderful way to get a small glimpse of what the unexplored continent is like, at the International Antarctic Centre, you will discover the landscape and wildlife of this mesmerizing slice of the world. You will also learn about the impact humans are having on Antarctica. Perhaps the best part of the museum is the Snow and Ice Experience. There, visitors can play on icy slides, feel what it’s like in an Antarctic storm, or take a cold-water plunge.