Things to do in New Zealand – South Island
Get up close to nature – check out these outdoor pursuits in the stunning South Island of New Zealand.
KUROW (WAITAKI VALLEY)
Glenmac Farmstay near Oamaru is a high country merino sheep and beef cattle farm spread over an amazing 1583 hectares.
Nestled in the quiet Waitaki Valley, the family farm is 60km's from Oamaru and 14km’s from the small Kurow township.
Glenmac offers an affordable range of farm style accommodation is available to suit the budget and requirements of independent travellers and families to this rural South Island destination.
Your hosts Kaye and Keith welcome you and guarantee an enjoyable and relaxing holiday experience for all visitors to their friendly high country farm. Glenmac have provided information on local activities including Horse Treks, tramping, mountain biking and much more, take a look at our Waitaki Valley & Kurow online information for suggested farm activities and attractions. MORE INFO …
Tutoko II is set up to provide comfort for up to 14 clients on each Private Charter or Doubtful Sound Overnight Cruise.
Whether you board with your family and friends or join a group, a Fiordland Expeditions wilderness adventure makes for a world of comradeship and relaxation you'll never forget.
Doubtful Sound Overnight - A Doubtful Sound Overnight Cruise is an excellent way of experiencing what Fiordland has to offer if you have a limited time budget.
Private Charter (fishing, hunting & diving) - By far the best way to see this magical part of the world is to either take a Private Charter for as many nights as you require or if you are few in numbers then you can Join A Group and meet new friends. MORE INFO …
An unforgettable experience awaits, the highlight of your Dunedin visit!
Be fascinated and exhilarated with the wealth of wildlife, dramatic views, so close, so natural – the only way to see it all – Otago Peninsula, Otago Harbour, Taiaroa Head with three time New Zealand Tourism Award winners Monarch Cruises.
See Northern Royal Albatross, blue penguins, terns, petrels, fur seals and more. In addition to this teeming wildlife you could also see other types of albatross, sea-lions, dolphins and whales while close offshore, flocks of Sooty Shearwaters feed among other shearwaters, mollymawks and many other pelagic species. See yellow-eyed penguins up close.
Take a One Hour Cruise, Half Day Cruise/Tour option or a Full Day Premier Peninsula Package.
“Otago Peninsula was described by internationally acclaimed environmentalist Dr David Bellamy “as the finest example of eco tourism in the world” MORE INFO …