欢迎来到西海岸 – 原始的狂放不羁
The 600-kilometer journey takes you from the rainforest to the glacier to the north, and the magnificent scenery along the road is named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Here you can find activities that meet the needs of all ages.
The Opalo Valley is home to the lovely rare bird, the Moa. It is located in the Kahurangi National Park, with limestone arches, rainforests, the Opalo Valley River, and the bones of Moa.
- Buller Gorge: Gateway to the North and South
- Reefton: The City of Light
- The old Denniston: The hometown of coal, the local people will tell you about the highland life of Denniston.
- Seal Colony Seascapes: Tauranga Bay, Cape Wind Trail, the southernmost tip of a New Zealand soft-haired seal colony
- Westport: Gateway to the surrounding national parks
Punakaiki Pancake Rocks and Blow Holes
Located in Paparoa National Park, the crepe rock layers are layered with lime-shaped slices such as pancakes, hence the name. The limestone that makes up the pancake rock forms a pancake shape under the influence of nature. At high tides, seawater is rapidly ejected from the cave, so it is also called a water jet hole. In the clear weather, you can even see the scene of the water spray and the rainbow framed together, even spectacular.
- No. 6 from Greymouth's Puna Kequi is known as one of the world's top ten coastal scenic highways
- Kayaking: If you want to explore Puneaki and the surrounding area in depth, prepare canoes, kayaks or surfboards and enjoy the excitement of Punakaiki.
- Unique ecological landscape: West Coast Nico Palm
- Underground Adventure: Cave Adventures, Galaxy-like Firefly Caves
- Truman track: A 45-minute short walk to see the Tasman Sea, the turbulent waters and spectacular views of the coast
Lake Brunner, Moana
Lake Brenner is famous for its trout fishing. Water activities that can be performed include swimming, boating, yachting, paddle boarding and more. The famous alpine train route Moana, you can choose to get off here and enjoy the charm of Lake Brenner. Kindly remind you that in the summer, you need to book a seaside holiday home in advance.
- Alpine Train: A world-famous short-distance scenic train line that travels between Christchurch and Greymouth every day.
-Sandi Town: Take a 20-minute steam train to the terminal sawmill in the park. More than 40 19th-century buildings in the park are free to take a group photo. You can wear 19th-century costumes and cross the Gold Coast era on the West Coast and record this wonderful moment with your camera. Or enjoy the gold rush experience, the gold scoured in a small bottle to commemorate.
- West Coast Wilderness Trail: From Greymouth, head west along Grey River to Breakwaters and continue south along the coastline to Kumara.
-Monteith's Brewery: A 30-45 minute winery tour shows you how Monteith hand-crafted fresh beer and cider, and participants can enjoy 3 Monteith beer for free.
-On Yer Bike: Driving a motorcycle in the rainforest and mud, there are three types of cars to choose from.
The blue-green lake is a highlight of the Hokitika Gorge Trail. The trail is 650 meters long and takes 15 minutes, including crossing a suspension bridge.
- Hokitika is a tourist town built by the sea
- Local artists discover inspiration from Hokitika and the surrounding area to create many distinctive West Coast works
- Yuzhi Township: There is a lot of jade near the Arahura River. You can visit the jade carving display at the local souvenir shop and bring a piece of jade as a memorial to the West Coast.
- West Coast Wilderness Trail: This gently rising path extends from Greymouth to Hokitika and extends south to Ross, with beautiful rainforests, glaciers, rivers, lakes and wetlands. view.
- Lake Mahinapua: Take a boat ride on the lake or look out over the 49-meter-tall tower of the Treetop Walk on the West Coast.
Glacier, Franz Josef Glacier and Glacier, Franz Josef & Fox Glacier
One of the only glacier glaciers in the world, the temperature of two glacial towns is above 0 degrees, so there is no ice in the town. A helicopter is required to land on the glacier. Several local companies offer a walking tour of the iceberg, or you can take a group photo of the glacier (landing) at a low altitude.
- Lake Matheson: On a clear, cloudless day, the reflections of New Zealand's highest peaks, Mt Cook and Mount Tasman, reflect the beauty of the lake like a silver mirror. The view is unforgettable.
-Westland Tai Poutini National Park
-Rowi kiwi: the rarest kiwi species in the world
-Okarito: Stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city, quietly watch the birds, or visit the local nature photography museum.
- Egret Reserve: Egret's seasonal nesting site
- Helicopter walk or aerial sightseeing tour
Haast Te Wahi Pounamu World Heritage Area
The Haast area is primarily the only wilderness area in New Zealand. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Jackson Bay: The only natural port on the West Coast, a great place to eat fresh seafood and see dolphins
-Thunder Creek Fall: A less difficult trail with a 96-meter high waterfall at the end of the trail
-Fishing (River Fishing)
-Helicopter Flight: Fly through the rainforest and the Southern Alps by helicopter to experience the magical charm of nature
- Waiatoto River Safari: Go up the river and go up to the mountains, then down to the beach. Many natural landscapes and human historical sites along the way
-Tawaki Penguin: Lake Makarora and Hastel are the most recent places to see Tawaki
Cycling & Walking Trail (Cycling & Walking)
West Coast Wilderness Trail: Depart from multiple locations, the official starting point is in Greymouth. Bicycle rental, accommodation, luggage/bicycle transfer and other services
Old Ghost Road: The story of volunteers
Paparoa Track: 29 trails
Heaphy Track: between Kalamia and Abel Tasman National Park