Explorer Motel & Apartments

Address: Corner of Mokoroa and Cleddau Street, Te Anau, South Island, 9600, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Corner of Mokoroa and Cleddau Street, Te Anau, is near Routeburn Track.
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      Oh what a beautiful morning!

      A travel blog entry by mfbernier65 on Nov 15, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... we are still in Glacier
      country and the roads are straight.... There were a few nice viewing stops along the way. Since, we got to Haas relatively early, we decided to go on a drive to the furthest south community on the west coast of the South Island, Jackson Bay. This is actually a very tiny fishing hamlet with a population of less than 100 ( we figured based on the number of houses and fishing boats). The view here was also amazing. On this part of the coast, there ...

      Tongariro Crossing - Snow, Ice, Wind and Beer!

      A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Oct 15, 2014

      9 photos

      ... the landscape below. In all honesty, the first half of the walk was rather uneventful, yes the chat was good and we had a few laughs along the way. However in terms of seeing things it was a wash out, we seen nothing but snow, rock and rain. It was like a scene out of a eerie horror movie like Silent Hill or The Mist. However I feel it was because of this that our group became so close. As we came down out of the clouds and had lunch. With the sun shining, everyone's ...

      Sound On, Sound Off

      A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Sep 19, 2014

      29 photos

      ... after last specimens were taken in 1898. It was however sighted near Te Anau in the Murchison Mountains in 1948. Since then the numbers have been brought up after just 118 remained in the early '80s.
      Before dinner we went to the Fat Duck for a few happy hour pints before returning to the holiday park to cook.

      On Saturday we got up a bit early and were immediately on the hunt for the forecast and road conditions. The lady at reception called ...

      Beautiful Milford Sound!

      A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on May 07, 2014

      3 photos

      ... for support like holding hands. This means they're dependent on each other an every so often we could see big vertical scars in the vegetation of exposed rock from where a tree had grown too big to be supported and had tumbled down the mountain bringing all of its nearby neighbours with it creating a tree slide all the way to the sea! A huge downpour of rain had recently happened so there were temporary waterfalls were cascading down all around ...

      The Sound of silence

      A travel blog entry by toddlerontour on Apr 26, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Kiwi spelling of fiord as opposed to Norwegian). Any of our readership with a geography background (I believe there may be 1 or 2...) will know the difference. For everyone else there is google! After reaching the other side of Lake Manapouri we took a short but windy bus ride over Wilmot Pass to Deep Cove where our 2nd boat awaited us. What followed was 3 hours of incredible, indescribable scenery and wildlife. Yesterdays rain had meant that there were waterfalls gushing in ...