TRIP SUMMARY
Discover the South Island and experience the real New Zealand through the eyes of an award-winning local nature photographer. All from the comforts of your own home whilst on the road. Photograph the mirror reflections at Lake Matheson, hike to Rob Roy Glacier, drive the scenic route to Milford Sound, enjoy a Gondola ride in Queenstown, marvel at the night skies in Lake Tekapo and fly in a ski plane and helicopter for a spectacular snow landing on the Tasman Glacier.
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Meghan
New Zealand is growing in popularity. Every year more and more travellers are discovering previously unheard of locations to visit and capture. Go now while there are still hidden gems to explore and enjoy these places while they're still relatively unknown, you might even have them all to yourself.

Trip Highlights

Itinerary

Day 1
Day 1: Christchurch to Kaikoura
Collect your motorhome at the vehicle depot in Christchurch and make your way to Kaikoura, the place with New Zealand’s most abundant sea life. Encounter a variety of whale species in their natural environment, swim with the dolphins, walk on the coastal walkway amongst the seals and capture this all with an amazing backdrop, including both mountains and sea. You will stay in Kaikoura for two nights.
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Pick up your campervan
Pick up your campervan and start your road trip! Your vehicle is fully serviced, entirely AA Safety Certified and built to go the distance in New Zealand's rugged backcountry. It is fitted out with a fully functional kitchenette (fridge, sink, gas cooker, pots & pans and utensils), extendable hose tap, a huge double bed, a secondary battery, USB powerpoints, curtains and super security (the van comes with an alarm / immobiliser and a lockbox for your passport & valuables). We're proud to partner with the New Zealand owned and operated Mad Campers.
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Premium motorhome
Prefer a bit more comfort and luxury? We have a range of premium motorhomes available for you to choose from. Contact the team for more details.
Day 2
Day 2: Kaikoura
On your second day in Kaikoura, you are in for an unforgettable experience. Go on a whale watch tour! Whale Watch is New Zealand's only vessel based whale watching company offering an exciting up-close encounter with the world's largest toothed predator the Giant Sperm Whale in their natural environment.
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Whale Watch Kaikoura
Get ready for New Zealand’s ultimate marine experience! Today, you will get up close to nature and experience it like never before. On any given day, this tour will guide you to the magical Giant Sperm Whale.
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Wildlife Kayaking tour
This adventure around the beautiful coastal waters guarantees seal viewing and takes in the breath-taking views of sheer cliff faces, craggy rocks and mountain ranges while searching for chance encounters with dusky dolphins and blue penguins.
Day 3
Day 3: Kaikoura to Arthur's Pass
The road to Arthur’s Pass is one of New Zealand's greatest drives from the East Coast to the West with breathtaking scenery around almost every corner. Along the way, you'll encounter Castle Hill, a unique location with limestone formations that are very Middle-Earth like, and when you reach the heart of Arthur’s Pass, you'll be able to experience a night in a true backcountry alpine location.
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Castle Hill
You can find yourself lost for hours in Castle Hill, wandering among the limestone formations that cover a huge area and providing a wealth of rock climbing and photographic opportunities!
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Devils Punchbowl Falls
The walk to Devils Punchbowl Falls is an easy 1-hour walk right in the heart of Arthur’s Pass taking you through beautiful beech forest and a 131-metre waterfall.
Day 4
Day 4: Arthur's Pass to Fox Glacier
New Zealand's West Coast has some of the finest combinations of rainforest, coastal and mountain views, often all contained in one wide sweeping vista. Base yourself at Fox Glacier to explore the pristine waters of Lake Matheson with its mirror reflections at sunrise and sunset, with the glaciers and rugged West Coast beaches and lagoons providing ample opportunities to explore during the day.
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Lake Matheson - The best reflections you'll ever see
You'll never see a more perfect mountain reflection than those at Lake Matheson. It is Meghan's all-time favourite South Island view!
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Hokitika Gorge
Half an hour inland from Hokitika lies Hokitika gorge, with water such a vivid turquoise colour you won't believe it's real. Meghan couldn't believe her eyes and even now when she looks back on her photos, she still can't!
Day 5
Day 5: Fox Glacier to Franz Josef Glacier
On your second day in the West Coast Glaciers, you'll experience the Original Franz Josef Kayak Adventure! This guided kayak tour takes about 3 hours and leads you right into the heart of the Okarito Kiwi Sanctuary. A truly magical experience.
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Franz Josef Kayak Adventure
Paddle effortlessly across Lake Mapourika's mirror-like water, taking in the spectacular views of the Southern Alps and glaciers. Once on the far side, your guide will take you to a small bush clad beach where you will get the chance to explore some of Westland's oldest untouched rainforest! Our magical Rainforest Trail is designed to take you on a walk through another time. Jurassic Rainforest, abundant bird life and home to the rarest kiwi's on the planet - simply unforgettable.
Day 6
Day 6: Franz Josef Glacier to Haast Pass / Cameron Flat
The drive through Haast Pass is one of Meghan's favourite roads in New Zealand. There are so many waterfalls to stop and see along the way, you'll be spoilt for photographic choice! At the Wanaka end of the Pass is Cameron Flat. A great spot to camp close to The Blue Pools, an easy 30-minute walk well known for its incredible watercolour. And if you camp here, you can walk right from the campsite to the Blue Pools early in the morning to beat the crowds!
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Mt Crichton Loop Walk
This 2-3 hour walk can be done in an afternoon, and after climbing relatively quickly through lush NZ native beech forest you'll reach a beautiful waterfall running downriver near the ruins of Sam Summers Hut. The walk also provides lovely views over Lake Wakatipu on the return journey.
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Thunder Creek Falls
Thunder Creek Falls is a beautiful specimen of a waterfall set right next to the road, and it's not the only one you'll spot along this road. Keep an eye out for Roaring Billy Falls, Fantail Falls and the Gates of Haast all within a short drive of each other through the Pass and all worth stopping to capture. Thunder Creek Falls is Meghan's pick of the bunch because of the way the Haast river flows right by providing a lovely foreground to the shot.
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Blue Pools
Set in New Zealand's beautiful beach forest, the half-hour walk to Blue Pools ends in a setting with water so blue you won't believe your eyes. It's a true New Zealand gem but it's growing in popularity so visit early and beat the crowds!
Day 7
Day 7: Cameron Flat to Wanaka
Lake Wanaka is not all about the Wanaka tree, though no doubt you'll still want to get your own photo of it! Meghan's tip is to get at least one sunrise here - it is an undeniably picturesque setting despite the crowds. Lake Wanaka is one of the loveliest backdrops for photography with the mounts of Mt Aspiring National Park towering behind the lake.
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Rippon Vineyard
Set on a hill high above Lake Wanaka, this vineyard provides a stunning setting to enjoy a glass of NZ Reisling or Pinot Noir, particularly in autumn when the autumn colours are at their best. The cellar door is open every day for tasting and sales.
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Rob Roy Glacier Walk
According to Meghan, this is by far one of the best day walks in New Zealand. Even the drive out to the start of the walk through the Matukituki Valley takes you through jaw-dropping scenery. The walk is about 2 hours each way allowing for plenty of photo stops along the way to capture the beautiful forest, river before you finally encounter the impressive glacial amphitheatre complete with rushing waterfalls.
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Hike Mount Iron
Meghan fully recommends skipping all the crowds that head to the over-popular Roys Peak and go for a hike up Mt Iron instead. Not only is it a much quicker and easier walk, but you won't have to join the queues for a photo at the top either which is always a bonus!
Day 8
Day 8: Wanaka
Rise and shine on your second day in Lake Wanaka. Today you are in for a treat! Enjoy a boat cruise on Lake Wanaka followed by a unique nature walk on the remote and magical Mou Waho Island (a predator-free nature reserve that's home to the rare flightless Buff Weka bird).
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Lake Wanaka Cruise & Island Nature Walk
This half-day lake cruise takes you a really unique spot, Mou Waho Island, known as 'the island in the lake on an island in a lake'. With epic views to write home about and awesome native New Zealand wildlife (weka, wetas and more), this will be a day out to remember!
Day 9
Day 9: Wanaka to Glenorchy
It's time to explore all the goodness that Glenorchy has to offer. Stay at Camp Glenorchy Eco Retreat (mentioned in TIME Magazine as one of the 'World’s 100 Greatest Places of 2019') and enjoy a Wilderness Jetboat Ride and Funyak Adventure!
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The road to Glenorchy
The drive from Queenstown to Glenorchy along Lake Wakatipu is considered one of the most beautiful in the world and for good reason. Weaving in and out of several beautiful bays along the way, you'll take much longer than the recommended drive time so just enjoy this drive at a leisurely pace. Stop in at Bob's Cove, Wilsons Bay, Meiklejohn's Bay and Bennetts Bluff along the way.
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Electric Bikes Glenorchy
The best way to slow down and savour the views of an area is always to get out into the outdoors and jumping on an e-bike for the day gives you the best of both worlds - time in the outdoors but exploring at a faster rate than you can on foot. There are so many options for trails to explore in the area that you'll probably find it hard to choose just one!
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Bob's Cove
This little gem of a cove on the way to Glenorchy has some of the most amazing water you'll ever see and if you climb up to the viewpoint you'll have 360 degree views over Lake Wakatipu and back to the Cove - an amazing spot to stand and experience one of Queenstown's famous 'sky on fire' sunrises like I did.
Wilderness Jetboat Ride and Funyak Adventure [included]
Experience the thrill of a jetboat ride combined with a leisurely Funyak experience up the Dart River deep into Mt Aspiring National Park. The scenery takes you amongst incredible Middle-earth locations that you can't get to just by driving yourself around.
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Stay at Camp Glenorchy Eco Retreat [included]
Capturing a sunrise or sunset from the Glenorchy wharf towards Mt Aspiring National Park and the Humboldt mountains will have you pinching yourself that these views are in fact real! There's no easier place to do so than at Camp Glenorchy, one of NZ's best eco friendly campsites that gives 100% of its profits back to the local community. In Meghan's opinion, that's definitely worth supporting!
Day 10
Day 10: Glenorchy to Queenstown
When visiting New Zealand, Queenstown is a location that can’t be missed. There is so much more to see in the region than bungy jumping and jet boating (even though you might like to leave time for adventure activities too!). The sheer number of short hikes and amazing photographic locations in this area will keep you busy for days.
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Optional - Moments with Meghan: A Photography Masterclass
Learn how to capture the beautiful images you've seen in this trip guide by spending 2 days with Meghan on a personalised photography masterclass. We'll cover techniques such as using filters for long exposure photography, trying out astrophotography (if the time of the year and weather permits), and capturing beautiful images around golden hour and sunrise/sunset in awesome locations around Queenstown. Meghan will take you to locations not on the tourist map and you'll create beautiful images you never even knew you were capable of! To attend this masterclass you'll need: 1. a DSLR/mirrorless camera with 2 lenses, one that can go as wide as 10-18mm and a zoom up to 200-300mm 2. A tripod 3. Ideally a laptop with Lightroom to try out editing techniques (though not essential) The masterclass needs to be booked at least 3 months in advance and is subject to Meghan's availability. Alternative location: Mt Cook
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Optional - AJ Hackett Bungy Jump or Swing!
When in Queensland, you take a leap of faith with AJ Hackett Bungy, the first commercial bungy operator in the world. Choose out of a bungy jump (Kawarau Bridge, Ledge or Nevis) or a Swing (Ledge or Nevis) to get your heart racing!
Day 11
Day 11: Queenstown
Take the gondola up for the best view over Queenstown. You’ll be carried 450 metres above Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu to the top of Bob's Peak, where you’ll enjoy a spectacular 220 degree panorama with breath-taking views. Then jump aboard the luge for a few thrilling rides down the mountain.
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AJ Hackett Bungy Jump or Swing experience!
When in Queensland, you take a leap of faith with AJ Hackett Bungy, the first commercial bungy operator in the world. Choose out of a bungy jump (Kawarau Bridge, Ledge or Nevis) or a Swing (Ledge or Nevis) to get your heart racing!
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Gondola + 3 Luge Rides
Jump on board the Skyline Queentown's eight-seater Gondola cabins and experience spectacular views of Lake Rotorua, the city and steaming geothermal vistas. Once up top, join the fun on the Luge tracks. Hop into a Luge cart (part go-cart, part toboggan) and hit the intermediate and advanced tracks.
Day 12
Day 12: Queenstown to Milford Sound
The drive to Milford Sound is bound to be at the very top of your list when people ask you what your best memory of New Zealand is. No wonder when it was described by Rudyard Kipling as 'the eighth wonder of the world'. Milford Sound is one of the wettest places on the planet with approximately 7 metres of rain falling every year. If you can time your visit to experience a rainy drive in, the waterfalls gushing off the steep vertical cliffs around you will have your eyes out on stalks. The views towards Mitre Peak at the Sound in moody atmospheric light and by contrast how different it appears on a calm, blue sky day is amazing.
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Stay at Milford Sound Rainforest Campervan Park
This is the only place you can officially stay with your campervan at Milford Sound. And what a setting it is, set amongst tropical rainforest and only minutes drive from the Sound itself. The facilities here are probably the best of any campsite in New Zealand, with ultra modern facilities including private bathrooms for all campers and no limit on hot water for showers!
Key Summit hike
This awesome short walk to Key Summit is at the start of New Zealand's famous Routeburn Track. It's approximately an hour climb (with a 400 metre elevation gain) taking you through dense Middle-earth forest before you come out above the forest canopy to view the many peaks of Fiordland with a panoramic 360 degree view from the top. On a still day, the reflections from the small tarn (mountain lake) at the top are quite magical. You could stay here all day just soaking in the views!
Lake Marian Falls and hike
This is a place where you can experience the beauty of Fiordland's amazing rivers, waterfalls and lakes all in one great hike. You cross the Hollyford river and walk 20 minutes to the waterfall viewing point to see the power of the cascading water, and if you have enough time and are up for more of a challenge, you can take a hike to Lake Marian (3 hour return) to see the amphitheatre of a crystal alpine lake overshadowed by towering mountains. It is an advanced tramping track to go all the way to Lake Marian so if you want to complete the full hike make sure you are fully prepared.
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Day 13: Milford Sound
Experience the impressive scale of the fiord by taking to the water. A scenic cruise will take you out for two hours all the way to the edge of the Tasman Sea and back. Get up close with Stirling Falls (complete with a drenching if you dare!) and get a glimpse of New Zealand’s native seals, birds or even dolphins along the way.
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Milford Sound Nature Cruise
Meghan's favourite way to experience the impressive scale of the fiord is to take to the water on a scenic cruise. This cruise will take you out for 2 hours all the way to the edge of the Tasman sea and back again where you can get up close and personal with Stirling Falls complete with a drenching if you dare. If you're in luck, you'll get glimpses of New Zealand native seals, birds or even dolphins along the way. I highly recommend going on the first cruise in the morning for the calmest conditions and the chance to see miraculous shafts of light bouncing off the peaks high above!
Day 14
Day 14: Milford Sound to The Catlins
The Catlins is a highly underrated and untouched area of New Zealand filled with amazing waterfalls and extensive coastal views. Capture the flow of Purakaunui Falls and Matai Falls and be amazed by the coastal Cathedral Caves.
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Matai Falls
The Catlins is known for its waterfalls and you're certainly spoilt for choice with so many to choose from! Matai Falls is a short walk through native forest and can be done on the same day as visiting Purakaunui Falls.
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Day 15: The Catlins
On your second day in the Catlins, experience sunrise at the edge of the earth at Nugget Point. The night skies here are incredibly clear and if an aurora is forecasted, it's one of the best places in the country to be to see it!
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Purakaunui Falls
Purukaunui Falls is one of the loveliest waterfalls to photograph in New Zealand, with a photogenic three tier flow in a mossy forest setting. If you visit when it's raining like I did, the flow will be even more impressive to capture! It's only a short 15 minute walk from the road to the viewing point.
Nugget Point lighthouse
The sunrise at Nugget Point lighthouse is one of Meghan's favourite sunrise experiences ever especially as it was in such an epic coastal location - the entire sky caught fire! Visit at the right time of year and you'll also have the opportunity to capture the Milky Way rising above the lighthouse and if you're even luckier a chance to see the Southern Lights as well (Aurora Australis).
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Day 16: The Catlins to Moeraki (via Dunedin)
The Moeraki boulders are a real feature of the Otago coastline in an otherworldly, prehistoric kind of way. They're worth visiting at both sunset and sunrise to get the best lighting conditions and to capture long exposures of the waves rushing around the rocks. Make sure to check the tide times as well - mid tide is best!
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The steepest street in the world
Baldwin Street is a bit of a novelty and an institution if you're passing through Dunedin on your way north. Take a walk from the bottom to the top and marvel at the extreme incline - you'll be puffing at the top!
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St Clair Beach
St Clair Beach is an iconic spot in Dunedin. There's waves to surf, a heated saltwater pool if the thought of the sea is a little too bracing and the famous poles on the beach to photograph. But you'll need to be quick to get a shot of the poles as they are gradually disintegrating and succumbing to the sea so get your shot here while you still can!
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Dunedin - Tunnel Beach
Meghan was totally wowed by the unique landscapes of Tunnel Beach with cliffs rising dramatically above the sea and a secret tunnel you can take down to the beach. There are so many cool and different compositions to create at Tunnel Beach, especially on a moody, dramatic day. You'll easily find yourself losing an hour or two here!
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Moeraki Boulders
Sunrise or sunset at the 5.5 Million years old Moeraki Boulders. One of the most unique features of the Otago coastline. Local Māori legends explain the boulders as the remains of eel baskets, calabashes, and kumara washed ashore from the wreck of Arai-te-uru (sailing canoe).
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Day 17: Moeraki Boulders to Aoraki Mount Cook National Park
Starting your day on the East coast of NZ you'll have time to explore the coast and hopefully catch sight of the little Blue penguins who call this coast home. Then make your way to Aoraki/MtCook and explore the national park surrounding NZ's tallest peaks is a photographer's dream and must be on your NZ itinerary. The sheer number of day walks and short walks could keep you occupied for days, and it's also one of the best places in NZ to experience the incredible night skies with no light pollution.
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Omarama Clay Cliffs
The Clay Cliffs at Omarama are such an incredible and imposing sight, natural rock pinnacles that tower up into the sky above. You can wander at your leisure and if you happen to be there during lupin flowering season (Nov - Jan) you'll have the added bonus of seeing the Ahuriri river in a riot of colourful flower too.
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Hooker Valley Hike
Undoubtedly NZ's best day walk, this 5km hike has it all - towering mountain peaks, glacial rivers, valley views and the impressive Hooker Glacier lake with an uninhibited view of Mt Cook the reward for your efforts. The hike takes about 1.5 hours each way (not allowing for all the photo stops you'll want to make along the way). Experience the sunset here on a calm day and be wowed by the alpenglow as the last light of the day leaves the tip of Mount Cook.
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Day 18: Aoraki Mount Cook National Park
Exploring the national park surrounding NZ's tallest peaks is a photographer's dream and has to be on your NZ itinerary. The sheer number of day walks and short walks could keep you occupied for days, and it's also one of the best places in NZ to experience the incredible night skies with no light pollution.
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Sunrise at Tasman Lake
Experiencing a sunrise at Tasman Lake amongst the icebergs and watching the first light of the day kiss the top of Aoraki is both humbling and extraordinary - being here for sunrise can be absolutely freezing, below zero and with ice on the ground. You'll never feel more alive! It's only a short 20 minute walk from the carpark to the river outlet where you can get the best angle for a shot taking in both the lake and the tallest peak in NZ.
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Mt Cook Ski and Heli Scenic Flight
Fly in a ski plane and a helicopter on the same day for an unforgettable experience of Aoraki/Mount Cook. Enjoy a scenic adventure that includes a glacier snow landing on the Tasman Glacier. From takeoff to landing, you will enjoy spectacular views! Fly up the Tasman Valley over the breathtaking blue glacier lake. See the Hochstetter Icefall and the cloud-piercing Aoraki/Mount Cook before landing on the upper snowfields of the Tasman Glacier. Take time to enjoy this unique alpine environment before swapping aircraft and returning to Mount Cook Airport.
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Day 19: Aoraki Mount Cook National Park to Lake Tekapo
Although famed for its view of the Church of the Good Shepherd with the mountain backdrop behind, there's far more to see here. Take a dip at the Hot Springs under the stars, or spend an evening at the Mt John observatory learning all about the night sky - this area is one of only a few International Dark Sky Reserves in the world - there's no better place to experience it!
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Silver River Stargazing
Silver River™ Stargazing is Tekapo’s leading small group 360° stargazing tour. Are you ready to have your mind blown? Don’t say we didn’t warn you! Come and discover the wonders of the night sky on their 1.5-hour experience; including 60 mins under the stars with one of their epic guides. They use telescopes and special astro-lasers for easy naked-eye viewing.
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Lake Tekapo Hot Springs
Soak in the stunning lake or mountain views from one of 3 hot pools or chill out in the Aqua Play Area with cooler pools. Temperatures range from 28° C to 38.5° C. It's the perfect way to unwind at the end of this trip.
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Lake Alexandrina
This is the little sister lake to Lake Tekapo but in Meghan's opinion it is equally beautiful and so much more tranquil than fighting the crowds around Lake Tekapo - it's worth the short 15 minute drive from the main Tekapo town just to experience the solitude and views along the way.
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Day 20: Christchurch
Head back to Christchurch to allow yourself time to explore the vibrant restoration of the city after the 2011 earthquake and the vibrant coastal townships of Akaroa and views from the high up on the Port Hills.
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Drop off your campervan
Sadly it's time to drop off your campervan. If you have time before your flight, or staying an extra night Christchurch is an incredible city to explore. It has a thriving food and drinks scene, and plenty of quirky art installations to visit.
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New Brighton Pier
Start your day early with a walk on the beach and capture one of Christchurch's famous east coast sunrises as an added bonus.
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Port Hills
The panoramic views from the Port Hills are extremely photo worthy and if you can time your visit to be there for golden hour then you'll be sure of a stunning vista in any direction.
STORYTELLER

Meghan Maloney

About Meghan
STORYTELLER

About Meghan

A landscape and travel photographer from New Zealand’s North Island, Meghan Maloney gets adventure. Seeking out New Zealand’s most beautiful and underrated locations, Meghan is devoted to capturing its rich beauty through the trusted lens of her camera. Her feel for the community and sharing New Zealand with the rest of the world allows our travellers to experience the real New Zealand. With Meghan’s expert knowledge, a trip to New Zealand will take your breath away as you create lasting memories. She is also a waterfall enthusiast – need we say more?

FAQ's

Is it for me?
This trip is designed for travellers who love adventure, mixed in with a bit of luxury. It's also perfect for amature and professional photographers. Suiting couples, or families who have a medium level of fitness. Most of the trip you will stay at free (DOC) campsites.
What's included?
- Standard 2-berth motorhome - MAD2
- DOC campsite pass
- Whale watch tour
- Wildlife kayaking tour
- Glacier Kayaks kayak & walk tour
- Wanaka nature encounter tour
- Milford Sound campground
- Wilderness jetboat ride and funyak tour
- Gondola & 3 luge rides

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Unique travel packages created by trusted storytellers.
Each trip is personalised for you.
Sit back and relax. We take care of all planning and bookings.
We balance well planned itineraries with the flexibility to explore destinations.
Travel at your own pace and create your own adventure.
We combine luxury accommodation with one of a kind experiences.
Discover destinations and natural environments all from within the comfort of your desired level of luxury.
Everything you need for a dream trip at your fingertips, thanks to our detailed and personalised trip notes.
We're only a moment away whenever you need assistance or advice!
Our trips have a focus on those destinations less travelled.
We work with local and First Nations' travel companies where possible.
Responsible tourism is at the core of everything we do.

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