Road trip along North Otago coast will lead you to this unusually large boulders lying at the Koekohe Beach. Moeraki Boulders are natural phenomenon and one of the most popular attractions here on the South Island. Originally formed around 60 million years ago these three meters in diameter stones are definitely great place for a … Continue reading
The Oreti Beach was crowded with photographers last weekend while the southern lights were playing on the beautiful starry sky. Ever since we moved to the far south I was impatiently waiting to see this very special nature phenomenon. And I got it. Oreti Beach is one of the best places to see southern lights … Continue reading
The desire to wander, travel, explore and discover is just getting bigger and bigger. I know that for a lot of you, as well as for me, the only question is ‘Where to next?’. It is just the way of life. Isn’t it?
Did you know there is more than 4000 lakes in this amazing country? These are the most stunning lakes in New Zealand and there are some truly fascinating facts about them… Lake Te Anau is second largest lake by surface area in New Zealand and it’s more than 4oom deep. Most of this lake is … Continue reading
Amazing place just five minutes from downtown Rotorua is Whakarewarewa Forest known by the locals as Redwoods. People come here to ride a mountain bike, enjoy horse riding and a walk along great walking tracks. For me the most fascinating thing was Treewalk. It consists of 23 suspension bridges between 22 Californian coastal redwoods. The view of … Continue reading
This is definitely one more special place in New Zealand. Cape Reinga is the spot where two seas clash. It is the meeting point of Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean. Really amazing. You can see how unsettled the water is, it looks like a race. If you are watching from atop the view is absolutely perfect…