Waves On The Esplanade Kaikoura
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... to go for a swim with wild dolphins. This was one of the best activities I've ever done. The water was freezing cold though! The wild dolphins were very curious towards humans, and they genuinely came, checked us and swam with us. In order to attract them, we had to make us much noise as possible. Personally, I was singing pop songs in my tuba! I guess it worked since I swam and played with a few dolphins. We swam at 3 different locations with the ...
... home made chocs, home made ginger biscuits and a lovely note from her! And then she comes in with a little present for us which she tells us we have to open on Christmas Day :) we gave her her present (our money!) and had. A look round the cottage. It is roomy but cosy and everything is so comfortable. The views are amazing - sea on one side and mountains on the other. We have a lovely big decking ...
... rocky hillsides creating pools and waterfalls along the way. The hillsides gave way to mountainous ground and sheer cliffs as the river ran deeper. It was a beautiful, peaceful place and there was such a sense of isolation walking up the river - a middle of nowhere feeling! The sawcut gorge was impressive, a jagged vertical slit in the rockface which was around 2m wide. The path continued further up to aptly named isolation creek where we turned ...
After leaving Queenstown I had a couple of stops before arriving in Kaikoura, which is on the east coast of the South Island. First off we stopped at Lake Tekapo which, true to New Zealand form, was a stunning lake-side town surrounded by mountains. Saying that, you never get bored of this scenery! I was only here for a few hours so couldn't do much other than go for a walk to the lake, but this was enough of a taster to see how beautiful it was. From Tekapo we travelled to ...