dwj-The two capes katiki and shag are very close, and they are both nature reserves, and there are many seals living. Katiki can also apply for abalone digging. We saw a large seal here blocking the way, it was amazingly big and heavy, and there were three small seals with milky fragrant milk. The little seal is a video clip and cannot be sent out, only a screenshot can be taken to log out.
gangge888Clay Cliffs. You can only get there through a private estate. The entrance fee is $5. Clay Cliffs. Exit the salmon farm and head towards Queenstown. It is about 40 kilometers away. Turn right in for about half an hour’s drive. Recommend it. After hundreds of years of climate change, the season is right and the roadside is full of roses.
Another 2-hour drive to Clay Cliff – one of the natural wonders of the world and was slowly formed since million years ago. This is by far the most amazing landscape and rock formations i’ve ever visited and absolutely a great place to be if you are a fan of beauty nature. Rocks that were originally formed by the flow from ancient glaciers for more than a million years ago. The sun shines and lights us as we walk from the ground to climbing up with hands and legs on the rock anticipating what lies ahead.
The driving route to Claycliff is somewhat challenging due to the rocky and bumpy road drive for about an hour off the highway to reach the destination.
The Cardiff Lighthouse is the biggest highlight of my trip to New Zealand, no one.
At the beginning of the Raiders, I just used it as a stopover from Dunedin to Christchurch, and the road to the lighthouse was very poor. I almost gave up.
Frankly, there is nothing special about seeing the Cardinal Lighthouse. The Nugate Point Lighthouse is stronger than its location and shape. What attracts me is a warning sign next to it, saying that the area is ecological, please contact the local area. Animals keep distance.
curiosity forced me to move on. At first, only a few cows were grazing, and the horizon gradually widened. When I came to the beach, countless sea lions lay lazily beside the reef, playing with each other and going to the beach. The waves, more than just moving and dozing, are completely within reach.
Not far from a small island, countless seabirds perched on it, the sound of birdsong and the sound of the waves blend together, allowing people to completely relax and blend into nature.