Located in the Otago area of New Zealand's South Island, Lake Wanaka is surrounded by high mountains and is the fourth largest lake in New Zealand and the source of the larger river in New Zealand, the Clutha River. This is a beautiful lake with a small plane that overlooks the white and white of the snowy mountains from the sky. The Yanglin boulevard on the lakeside is well-known, and the rows of shades are beautifully reflected on the lake.
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The team at Paddle Wanaka are easy to deal with and can cater to your needs whether it be a guided tour or you simply want to do your own thing.
We highly recommend doing The Tiki Tour if you’re keen to do a guided tour and learn about the area.
Depending on the wind direction, you will either paddle from the lakeshore and at the end be picked up by boat, or travel out to your start point by boat and paddle back to the lakeshore. The safety briefing before you set off is very thorough and you’re in safe hands.
Our guide Austin was really knowledgeable and we enjoyed the stories he told us about Bull Island and Ruby Island, he shared several Maori legends with us as well. The information about Lake Wanaka and other lakes and rivers in the region was also interesting.
We had an afternoon tea stop on Ruby Island before heading back to the lakeshore.
The Tiki Tour is definitely worth doing.
Thanks Austin and Chris for a great afternoon on the lake.
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This picturesque tree that lives in the wanaka lake in New Zealand is always worth taking a picture of!
Relative to the prosperity of Queenstown, I prefer Wanaka's peace and quiet.
It is hidden between Lake Wanaka and Lake Hawea and the Southern Alps. It is a dream town like a paradise.
Walking in the windy and sunny days, strolling along the pebble beach, listening to the lake's sloppy, deciduous sand, even doing nothing, looking at the lonely tree in a daze, is a pleasant thing.
Wanaka is the place I have been most obsessed with, because in addition to completely letting go of my own self, listening to the voice of my heart, I also understand that doing nothing can be so justified, people can not help but be drunk in time.
[Face Travels] New Zealand super hard nuclear attractions - need to climb a whole mountain Roys Peak
autumn Wanaka, whether it is the flying saucer cloud I love in the sky, or the vast scenery, never let me down!
To make up for the last regret, this time decided to go to Roys Peak, here I have to say that Roys Peak is really a hardcore attraction! From the bottom, I climbed hard for three or four hours to the top of the mountain of more than 1,500 meters. In order to take a photo, I had to queue for half an hour in the cold wind, and then I spent two and a half hours down the mountain... My knee protested. Many times, I also returned to the ridge frog for a long time... If you are in my big sky, I have already repaired the cableway and collected 100 ropeway fees! Foreigners are so business-minded! [Goodbye]
In addition, from Wanaka to Arrow Town, pass a fruit town - jackson orchards ~ autumn is beautiful!