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Navigating New Zealand: A South Island Photo Diary

Queenstown South Island photo Diary

New Zealand’s South Island is known for its spellbinding views and awe-inspiring landscapes, featuring majestic mountains, glittering skies and crystal clear lakes. Let this South Island photo diary inspire your next trip to New Zealand. 

Aoraki/Mount Cook

The Hooker Valley Track is a popular day walk that ends at a glacier lake, with picturesque views of the mountains along the way.

Mount Cook - South Island Photo Diary

Lake Tekapo

Lake Tekapo, where the sky comes alive when the lights go out.

Lake Tekapo - South Island Photo Diary

Queenstown

There is no shortage of activities for the adventurous traveller in Queenstown – you may choose to jump out of a plane, dive underwater in a mechanical shark, or simply take time out to enjoy nature on one of the scenic hikes there.Queenstown South Island Photo Diary

Queenstown is especially popular in the winter, as the magnificent slopes there draw skiers and snowboarders from all over the globe for the season.

Queenstown South Island Photo Diary

Wanaka

Fun fact: These lupins are considered to be an invasive species in New Zealand, cementing the idea that everything really is beautiful in Middle-earth – even the weeds.

Wanaka South Island Photo Diary

Milford Sound

One of the best ways to discover this spectacular fiord is up close and personal by kayak.

Milford Sound South Island Photo Diary

 

 

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