Waters Edge Bed And Breakfast

Address: 27 Avoca Street, Kaikoura, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
 
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    Travel Blogs from Kaikoura

    Close Encounter

    A travel blog entry by dave.lau.travel on May 08, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... and back on to the boat her finger tips were numb. Before D offered to pee on her, like any good husband would, Chantelle, our guide, offered some hot water and explained that it was not life threatening. Phew. Ordinarily the swimmers spend 20-25 minutes in the water, so we had already been pretty lucky but we were right by a second pod of dusky dolphins and the skipper couldn't resist taking us to the front and letting us have one more dip. We are so glad he did because ...

    Dolphins & Kayaking!

    A travel blog entry by codie on Mar 13, 2015

    44 photos

    ... had followed, there were about 500 dolphins about at that point.
    Swimmers jumped back in a we got to take loads more photos. There were common dolphins and the dusky dolphins jumping and doing flips. We also managed to get another sighting of the rare Hector’s Dolphins which was really cool, especially as I actually saw them that time!


    It was about 9am by this point so it was time to head back, we stood at the front as it was heading back, until it ...

    A Long Walk Around the Cliffs

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Mar 12, 2015

    19 photos

    ... see a huge bay with dark, forbidding mountains in the background. On this side, Kaikoura looks like a sleepy Scottish fishing village, albeit one with the odd modern, lavish holiday home. From here, we took the path over the hill to the northern side of the peninsula through a coniferous forest whose floor was so carpeted in pine needles that it looked like it had a brown lawn. Weary after a walk that lasted about four hours, we ate some late lunch in the car before ...

    Whale watching

    A travel blog entry by eganic on Mar 09, 2015

    3 photos

    ... being attacked by orca whales. After seeing a splendid amount of whales we headed back to the harbour. On route the screen on the boat played an animation showing the huge crevasse just off the coast which was the reason for the whales appearance in this region - lots of plankton and phytoplankton. During the animation we were hastily called on to the outer deck to see a group of Hector's dolphin, the second rarest and smallest species of dolphin. ...

    Dolphin swimming

    A travel blog entry by amzellen on Feb 19, 2015

    3 photos

    ... think they said these dusky dolphins are the only species of dolphin that can do a backflip, all the others only do front flips but I could be wrong. Trying to get photos of the tricks proved difficult but I think I got a few. We had to leave the dolphins behind and headed back to the shore where the bus was waiting for us. The rest of the day was a case of driving back to Wellington. Again, we caught the ferry across and it was a lot smoother this time which made playing ...