Timaru

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For more than 100 years holidaymakers have been flocking to Timaru and Caroline Bay, one of New Zealand’s safest beaches for swimming. Next to famous Caroline Bay Timaru also features the world’s largest man-made harbor and the little town once was notorious for having shipwrecks along its coast prior to the harbor being built. On top you can enjoy some … Read More

Oamaru

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The little town of Oamaru will offer you a couple of reasons to visit and maybe even stay for a while. It is not only the whitestone townscape with some of the best-preserved heritage buildings in New Zealand, or the active steampunk scene which drives visitors here, it above all are the penguins who give people a reason to stay. … Read More

Akaroa

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The picturesque Bank Peninsula will spoil you with awesome scenery on your way to Akaroa. The peninsula was formed by the eruption of two volcanoes, leaving behind some incredible nature. It deserves plenty of time to explore the whole area and its almost countless bays along the coastline, especially if you love wildlife and hiking. Once you arrive in the … Read More

Christchurch

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The Garden City Christchurch is not only home to more than 740 parks, but also can be considered as New Zealand’s first founded city. It features some stunning ocean to Alps hinterland and offers a big diversity of heritage conservation and regeneration, while not forgetting the city’s history. Christchurch is a beautiful and tranquil place. At the moment the city … Read More