So I’m putting all the stops from the deep south tour into one post as we didn’t spend too much time in any one place and is definitely part of the tour you would be better spending more time.
So I am going to fit a lot into this post as I did do a lot on both days in queens town, however, im getting very behind with my posts so I need to find a way to play catch up so here goes.
In my last post about Wanaka, I said about how it looked like a ski village well little did I know that queens town was even more like a ski village especially as I was there in winter and everyone was skiing.
Wanaka was a lovely little place that I would have loved to have spent more time in, it made me think I was in a beautiful ski village.
From my last blog post stop onwards the places got more and more beautiful with even better activities.
I have missed a few stops out from my last post at River Vally down to Wellington for the night then across on the ferry to the south island down to the Able Tasman national park where unfortunately due to the weather we couldn’t do the activities on offer there, down to small place called Westport … More Lake Mahinapua
Just like my last blog post river valley wasn’t really one I was all that bothered about staying at but the bus has to stop there no matter what so you just have to make the most of things, however, if you are driving yourself you could definitely miss this stop out.
For me I would have rather spent more days in Rotorua than Taupo just because I wasn’t planning on doing the tongarura crossing as we all know I’m not made for that type of walking, and also I had no activities planned there as I have more things planned for the south island. Unfortunately, the … More Taupo
All I can say is I wish I had more time to spend here, there is so much to do and see and I missed so much by only spending a day thereI I really wanted to go zorbing and to the waiotapu thermal park but I just didn’t have the time sadly. However, the … More Rotorua