In case you are looking for a shorter trip, it would be better to stick to one island. But this itinerary will encompass both islands requiring a longer duration of time.
It is highly recommended to avoid ferrying one vehicle from one island to another as it comes with a high price. Instead, you can catch a flight after you’re done travelling through one island, catch a flight to the other island and rent a car there to carry on with your road trip. But, if you’re looking to enjoy the sea-breeze brush against your hair and skin, and relax while watching the waves of the ocean, the ferry ride will not disappoint.
Who are they?
The Maori are a warrior race of the indigenous Polynesian population of New Zealand. They came to New Zealand in several waves of voyages from Polynesia around 1300 AD. As they remained isolated from mainland New Zealanders, they developed a distinct culture, tradition, and language.
Their native language is Te Reo Maori, their literature was usually passed on orally but they also had carvings of stories on the walls of their houses.
New Zealand is a haven for adventure lovers on all the realms (air, water, and land). The country will certainly offer you experiences to remember until the end of time. With a guarantee of thrills, speed, adrenaline rush amidst nature and its beauty.
15 Adventures Waiting for You!
Mount Cook is destination meant to be on everyone’s bucket list, get ready to be overwhelmed by the plethora of breathtaking views, adventures, and serenity this place has to offer.
Fear not if you are not a professional mountain climber as basic fitness and the zest for adventure is all you need to undertake the exploring.
The mountainous region was announced as a national park in the year 1953 and declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1990 to protect the abundance of natural vegetation and species. The park is an alpine environment in its true form.