8 Must Sees on New Zealand’s South Island

What makes the South Island’s beauty unique is that it is so uniform. No matter where you’re driving, on highway or byroad, you will be awed. It’s what makes campervaning the perfect way to travel New Zealand. Here are our favorites:

1. Hike the Fox and Franz glaciers.


2. Indulge at the chocolate factory of Dunedin.


3. Check out the jaw-droppingly green water of Clyde.


4. Observe the seals at Ohau waterfall, in and around Kaikoura and just outside of Dunedin.


5. Go to a horse race in Kaikoura. It’s a huge affair with food vendors and gambling on horses with names like  “Easy on the Eyes.”


6. Walk the jetties at Picton and dream about cruising the Pacific in your own houseboat.


7. Get your adrenaline fix in the misty mountains of Queenstown.


8.  Enjoy the quiet beauty of the Marlborough Sound at night.


Kalli Hiller

Article by Kalli Hiller

Kalli Hiller is a voluntary vagabond who, with her husband Jacob, has traveled full time for the last eight years.

Kalli has written 371 awesome articles for us.

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