Bad Jelly Backpackers

Address: 11 Churchill St, Kaikoura, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, 7300, New Zealand | Hostel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBad Jelly Backpackers Kaikoura

Reviewed by tokitz

Nice comfy beds, a bit noisy at nights

Reviewed Jan 4, 2014
by (2 reviews) Hamburg , Germany Flag of Germany

Nice Backpacker, has everything you need incl. free washing machine. Directly at SH1 so can be a bit noisy at nights.

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Reviewed by kyliejoe

awesome little gem!

Reviewed Feb 28, 2013
by (16 reviews) Barrow-in-Furness , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

love love love this place, with double bed, only 6rooms, all lovely and homely, home made hot bread provided, hot tub, and sofa swing in the garden and free tea and coffee ....and $60 per night, what more would you want!!!!!!!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Bad Jelly Backpackers Kaikoura

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Kaikoura

Swimming with dolphins at the end of the world!

A travel blog entry by amelm on Jan 28, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

I really enjoyed my time in Australia but I was very excited to go to New Zealand. i was getting tired of the City/beach/activity/party that was the mainstay of Australia's east coast. New Zealand was the last stop in my trip and represented literally the end of the world for me. Even from Australia, it was a 3.5 hours flight! I decided to visit only the South Island, since I only had 18 days there. The south Island's population is about 1 million, resulting in ...

Seals by the Dozen

A travel blog entry by stevecherylmoss on Jan 20, 2015

1 comment

... a good idea to walk down a thousand steps to the rocky and pebble beach to get a closer look. We followed and though it was pretty dangerous walking over the rocks ( bit like walking over to worms head tony ! Lol ) we came across some rocks with quite a few seals on them sunbathing. They are so well camouflaged when they are drying out we saw a couple and then as we were looking started seeing more and more. We kept walking round ...

Swam with dolphins and saw whales

A travel blog entry by akroundtheworld on Dec 14, 2014

33 photos

... impressive, their tales fluking. Then after about 40 mins we spotted another. The boat doesn't use echo sounder, just a listening device, as radar etc cause confusion to the whales. So we were lucky enough to see 3 altogether, fantastic in the deep blue ocean, with blue skies, and mountains behind. Very special. Also, I wasn't sick. Had a second night at Peketa beach, only time we have stayed at a site twice, lovely surf tonight, but no more ...

Out of the Park Home Run

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Nov 19, 2014

9 comments, 5 photos

... dangerous sea to find refuge, 4 kilometres from predators, up a rocky stream, to a beautiful freshwater pool that is fed by a tremendous waterfall in a lush green forest. As we make our way up we see a lone seal pup, under a large rock, playing in the water. We sit. It sees us and retreats briefly, but is driven by its curiosity. It eventually succumbs and begins to climb the rock that Elizabeth has sat upon, to come and smell her ...

Not having a whale of a time!

A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Oct 08, 2014

4 comments, 32 photos

... that once again poor Sid was blown all over the road and even had small rocks thrown at him from the steep sided slopes. You could see snow-capped mountains all around. Next comes Castle Hill with some very weird weathered limestone rock formations. This is followed by a fantastic limestone cave with a stream running through it. The cave is 360 metres long formed when the stream ran along a fissure in the limestone. The journey through the cave takes one hour. We ...

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