The Rocks Homestay

Address: Hartmount Place 33, Punakaiki, South Island, 7850, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on Hartmount Place 33, Punakaiki, is near Pancake Rocks and Pancake Rocks.
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      Travel Blogs from Punakaiki


      A travel blog entry by annetrink on Nov 07, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      Vandaag naar Punakaiki gereden ongeveer 240 Km.
      Onderweg 2 tracks gelopen in de buurt van het dorp.
      De Pancake Rocks and Blowholes zijn daar erg mooi.
      Deze rotsformaties zijn ontstaan door erosie van water en wind.
      Diverse modellen gefotografeerd.
      Op een rots was een stern zijn jong aan het voeren.
      Morgen gaan we naar het oosten.

      Day 55 - Pancakes and Blowholes

      A travel blog entry by dougndev on Dec 12, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... area, also making a point to stop at the odd lookout for the views. The first picnic stop we came to, thankfully we didn't get straight out of Eggy; within about 30 seconds the car was surrounded by a small swarm of wasps! They clearly didn't want us to eat our lunch there! We stopped about 10 minutes up the road, and had a nice lunch looking out over a valley. After lunch, we made our way to the beach camp in Punakaiki where we ...

      Fox River Cave and Truman Track

      A travel blog entry by skylarker on Dec 01, 2014

      86 photos

      ... river crossings on the way. There is just a sign that says "Track --->" that points to the river and orange arrows on the other side of the river. They just tell you the general area to cross. I tried crossing one part about knee high but the current was too strong. So instead I crossed a waist high section that was very little current and easier. I found a stick to cross with. The Fox River Cave was a lot cooler than I expected. I didn't know what to expect ...

      Knives and Rain, Misery and Mountains

      A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Nov 10, 2014

      35 photos

      ... to blue skies, which was perfect as we’d hoped to go up to Angelus hut, on the shores of Lake Angelus, via the Cedric Route behind the hut. This was another area where there had been a lot of damage by the April storm, but we’d been told that they’d finished clearing the track the previous week. It’s a very steep trail, ascending 1000m in a few kilometers, so we warmed up rapidly as we climbed. The sun hadn’t risen over the hill ...

      Rocks and Caves

      A travel blog entry by amio_campers on Nov 08, 2014

      20 photos

      ... further down the road. We knew the caves would be quite a trek to reach but we were still surprised! After parking up we started the walk which saw us having to wade through two river crossings and climbing/scrambling again through thick bush to get up the side of the gorge to the cave entrance. Luckily the DOC put out these little orange markers to point out the way, so it’s very difficult to get lost even though there is no path to speak ...

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      Punakaiki, New Zealand