I want to recommend New Zealand’s South Island with you, where you will find many tourist attractions.
The South Island coastline is 6,900 kilometers long and has many beautiful beaches. The northernmost Fairwell Point to the southern end of Bluff, 840 kilometers apart, 336 kilometers wide at the east and west, the island covers an area of 154,037 square kilometers, is New Zealand’s largest island, and the world’s twelfth largest island.
Recommended tourist attractions：
Queenstown is known for its adventurous activity of adrenal hormones, whether it is skydiving, resistance to gravity, pleasant activities or panicking activities, can be found in Queenstown. Geographically speaking, it is suitable for a variety of adventure sports activities, you will find mountains, white waves, lakes, canyons and rock walls, which is very suitable for adventure activities. For those who like slow pace, Queenstown is a great place to relax. With world-class golf courses, tranquil mountain walks, breathtaking scenery and award-winning vineyards, it’s a great place to relax and enjoy the beauty.
The mysterious beauty of Milford Sound, formed in the Ice Age, was called “the eighth wonder of the world” by the British writer Rudyard Kipling, and the deepest point is different from the Maitreya Peak. Up to 265 meters.
Bowen Falls rushes into the sea from a height of 165 meters. Stirling Falls plunges over the steep reefs of the fjord. It is the size of the Myrtle Peak and is even more spectacular after the rain. Bottlenose dolphins, New Zealand long-haired seals and fjord-topped penguins live in the fjord.
Christchurch Casino is New Zealand’s first legally established big casino. Although the scale is not large, it is definitely enough for people who like to try their luck. Located on Victoria Street in the heart of Christchurch, the casino has a sleek, 392 slot machine and 37 gaming tables.
Tips about transportation：
The old-fashioned tram, which is full of British style, travels along the 2.5-kilometer track to the heart of Christchurch and important scenic areas. The tram passes through the Cathedral Square, the Aquarium of Discovery, the Arts Centre, the Botanic Gardens, the Canterbury Museum, and the Avon River. , Victoria Square, New Regent Street, etc. Location: You can get on and off at any tram stop in the central area, so that the station is located next to the MILLENNIUM Cathedral Square. Running time: 9AM-6PM The last bus departs at Cathedral Square at 5.30PM.
2.Vintage steam ship
The old steamship boarding the burning medium quietly watched the secluded water of Lake Wakatipu, and the lakes and mountains made people intoxicated.
3.Queenstown Skyline Cable Car
Taking the Skyline Gondola in Queenstown is the best way to see the magnificent scenery of Queenstown. The cable car is built at a 45-degree elevation angle to the sea level. After hitting the cable car, it leaves the ground at a very fast speed, but at this time you may have forgotten the fear because of the beautiful scenery in front of you. After climbing to the top of the mountain, you can see the snow and lake in the Southern Alps.