Birds are really friends or even relatives to New Zealanders. There are rescue stations for rare birds everywhere in the country. From the national bird kiwi bird to other birds, they all get love here.
Discover new ways to explore the area
Strongly Amway, you participate in a local tour group, and this itinerary only takes half a day, follow the guide, you can capture the most beautiful pictures, and you can also hear a lot of explanations, which is quite interesting. I thought it was to accompany the children, but in the end I had a good time.
If you are lucky, you can see dolphins, sea lions, and albatross. Since it was winter I didn't see anything, but I was still shocked by the sapphire sea. There are seagulls flying in front of them to beg for food. After living for more than a month, the biggest feeling is that this place is beautiful when you walk around!
The Royal Albatross Center is located at the tip of the Otago Peninsula. It is a place similar to a visitor center. There is an information desk and a restaurant, but there are no albatross. The albatross are all under the mountain and there are not many. They rest there. They didn't fly, there were black swans below, but New Zealand red-billed gulls flew all over the sky, and they weren't afraid of people. The scenery there is pretty good, you can take a look.
Once the wings are spread out, the graceful wings spread out, and the graceful posture glides in the air, which is a noble lineage.
The scenery of the two trails is spectacular and can be visited for free, but if you get close to the albatross, you have to buy tickets. Therefore, if you want to go fishing in Kaikoura, it is recommended that you do not have close contact, because when fishing, there will be all kinds of albatross around the boat, which will float quietly on the water and flap their wings to grab food. It can spread its wings and fly high, and can also feed the albatross with fish when fishing in the sea.