Okarito Beach House

The Strand, Okarito, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Okarito

En route to franz Joseph

A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock


... Mike our tour guide took the dress to impress dress code quite literally and wore a tiger onsie, which I teased him relentlessly about as it looked like pecachu, the cartoon Pokemon thing! He then after a few tequilas offered himself up for the catwalk show that was taking place, best thing ever! Lorraine had far too many tequilas and ended up flashing the bar tender for more free ones! A hilarious drunken ...

Glenorchy, Wanaka and Glacier Country

A travel blog entry by toddlerontour


... in a bit of throwing stones in the water. We wandered along the lakeside which was lined by cafes and shops and in an attempt to stop Chloe "feeding" stones to the ducks we popped into the lakeside bike rental place which also sold fish food. We got a surprise when we started to feed the fish as a large crowd of enormous Eels turned up. As there was a selection of gentle bike tracks in the area we decided to rent bikes for an hour- the first time Chloe has been on one before. ...

New Zealand - Day 18 - Franz Josef Glaciers

A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach


... New Zealand Glacier, Franz Josef. We met the receptionist to check in for the glacier walk, she was stunned, weather doesn't shift that quickly here she said. Even the skydivers shop was closed, no business when rain falls! The town was in shock! For us though it would be a walk of a lifetime! In order to walk on the glacier we required a helicopter and the right gear. There were nine of us from Stray keen to participate in this venture. After ...

Mountain biking, sea kayaking and hiking

A travel blog entry by lucystu


... for a 3 day sea kayaking, hiking and camping adventure. We rented a double sea kayak and after a quick lesson on how to use it we set off up the coast. The Abel Tasman was pretty much paradise with gold sandy beaches and turquoise clear water. We spent two days kayaking, spotting seals on uninhabited islands and stopping at deserted beaches for lunch. The first section was quite busy with kayakers and the first campsite was extremely popular but I was pleased to see so many ...

The Blue Moon lodge and Pelorus Eco Adventures

A travel blog entry by lucystu


... kayak guide on the Pelorus river. After one trip down with Shane he just left me to get on with it. There was nothing really to worry about although there were sections of white water the river levels were generally really low and the inflatable kayaks were incredibly stable. We did have a few people that capsized but that was more because they were absolutely useless rather than anything else. There is a section of the river that was used in the second ...


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