Christchurch to Queenstown Road Trip Itinerary

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If you’re planning to drive from Christchurch to Queenstown or from Queenstown to Christchurch, this blog is for you! Here, I’ll tell you about all of the best places to stop and recommended stay time so you can plan the ultimate Christchurch to Queenstown road trip itinerary!


New Zealand is famous for road trips simply because the scenery that you see along the way is so breathtaking! The scenic drive from Christchurch to Queenstown is no exception.

Having spent many months road tripping around the South Island, I drove this route many times. And, it turned out to be one of my favorites!

For this reason, we wanted to lay out all the stunning stops between Christchurch and Queenstown with no specific times or nights to spend in each place. Instead, I’ll make a recommendation and you can plan your own Christchurch to Queenstown road trip itinerary based on the time you have!

Here is the complete guide to driving from Christchurch to Queenstown, an ideal road trip itinerary!


How Long is the Drive from Christchurch to Queenstown?

A motorhome on the road between Christchurch and Queenstown
Ready to hit the road?

This actually depends on which way you go! Yep, that’s right, there are two slightly different ways to travel this route. The first goes to Queenstown via Cromwell and the other via Wanaka.

These detours happen in the last 100 kilometers of the road trip so going in either direction means you don’t miss much and almost all of the road trip remains the same either way.

Via Wanaka

Distance:495 Kilometers (307 miles)
Time:Minimum of 7 hours (5 days ideally)
Recommended for: Those not visiting Wanaka after Queenstown and don’t mind skipping the Gibbston Valley (you can
visit while staying in Queenstown)

The route via Wanaka is the more scenic in my opinion and I really love the drive this way. It also visits Wanaka which is a must-visit town in New Zealand. However, it is slightly longer so if you are already planning on visiting Wanaka after then it could be wise to go through Cromwell instead.

Via Cromwell

Distance:483 kilometers (300 miles)
Time:6 hours minimum (5 days ideally)
Recommended for:Those not visiting the Gibbston Valley while
in Queenstown or if you’re going to Wanaka after Queenstown.

The route via Cromwell is the shortest route possible (not by much) and also drives through the Gibbston Valley (one of my stops). This is the route I would usually take simply because I’ve been to Wanaka many times and I usually like to pick up a bottle of wine on my way through the Gibbston Valley.

Either route is beautiful and if you still haven’t decided just wait until you’ve read about each attraction to make the choice.


Renting a car or Motorhome

Bailey stands at the backdoor of a campervan in New Zealand on our road trip
Me and Mad Camper’s cute one-person campervan!

Renting a campervan, car or motorhome in New Zealand is one of the first steps to enjoying an epic road trip. But how do you get the best price?

Well, as with any web search, the best way to get the cheapest deal is to use large 3rd party search engines that look at every company available and deliver the prices to you.

For motorhomes and campervans, the best website is Motorhome Republic. They’re like Skyscanner but for motorhomes and campervans!

For rental cars, you can’t go past Rentalcars.com. Bailey and I always use them all over the world and haven’t had an issue to date!

We also ave a few companies that give our readers discounts and are very reputable companies in the rental game in New Zealand. The first is Mad Campers, a budget campervan company that started the first 1 person campervans in NZ. They also have great two-person campervans too!

The second is Kiwi Motorhomes. These guys rent luxury motorhomes and come with very personal service and we highly recommend them! You can read our review of the company.

CompanyCodeDiscount
Mad CampersDTRAVEL55%
Kiwi MotorhomesDEST55%
Related Read:   10 Tips on How to Score a Cheap Campervan Rental in New Zealand

13 BEST Stops on a Road Trip from Christchurch to Queenstown

Below is our complete list of all the best stops between Christchurch and Queenstown. Starting in Christchurch, I’ll let you know how long the drive to the destination is and how long you should spend there as well as things to do!

This road trip begins in Christchurch, but, were assuming you’re packed and ready to leave, so we won’t include Christchurch as a stop!

1. Rakaia Gorge

Rakaia Gorge, New Zealand
Rakaia Gorge, New Zealand Photo Credit – Big Stock
Distance from Christchurch:87 kilometers (54 miles)
Time:1 hour
How long should I stay:30 minutes to 4 hours

Rakaia Gorge is the first stop on our Christchurch to Queenstown road trip itinerary. As you leave Christchurch be sure to punch Rakaia Gorge into your GPS or make sure you take highway 77 (not highway 1) out of Christchurch. This is a slightly longer route but it’s much more scenic!

This beautiful gorge is a worthy stop on this list but for me, it’s usually just a quick stop to take some photos and continue. If you have plenty of time then you could stay longer and enjoy some of the activities below.

Things to do at Rakaia Gorge

Jet Boating – Discovery Jet runs jet boating on the Rakaia River. This is a very beautiful place to go jetboating in New Zealand and tours run for wither 15, 30, or 45 minutes and prices start from only $45 NZD ($30 USD).

Rakaia Gorge Walkway – The Rakaia Gorge Walkway is a 10.4-kilometer track that follows the rim of the gorge and takes around 3 to 4 hours to complete. This isn’t a must-do hike but is a good off the beaten path trail with very few people.

2. Mt Hutt Ski Field

Bailey skiing at Mt Hutt, New Zealand
Bailey skiing at Mt Hutt, New Zealand
Distance from Rakaia Gorge:21.4 kilometers (13 miles)
Time:30 minutes
How long should I stay: For mountain biking or snow sports 2 days. For scenic views, 1 hour.

Mt Hutt Ski Field has been voted New Zealand’s best ski field 5 years in a row. I personally love this ski field but do hate the crowds it attracts on weekends.

If you do plan on visiting New Zealand in winter then Mt Hutt is a great place to go skiing (just be sure to visit during the week when it’s not very busy!) You can ski here for relatively cheap and stay in the nearby town of Methven.

In summer the ski field isn’t open except for one day in February. However, you can instead explore the Mt Hutt bike park and enjoy some downhill mountain biking. The bike park has downhill runs for all ages and is a very popular summer activity in New Zealand.

Things to do at Mt Hutt

Bailey at Mt Hutt, New Zealand
We brought our own packed lunch and beers!

Go skiing or snowboarding – NZ Ski runs the mountain and during the winter season (end of May to September) you can ski here all day every day! For lift passes and more info, you can check out the NZ Ski website.

Mt Hutt Bike Park – If you’re a downhill mountain biking enthusiast or just want to give it a go, the Mt Hutt Bike Park is perfect. They have family-friendly runs and also expert runs.

Adventure balloons – Hot air ballooning is something I have always wanted to do but never had the chance too. Near Mt Hutt in Methven, you can enjoy a scenic balloon ride with views of the Southern Alps!

Where to stay at Mt Hutt

The closest town to Mt Hutt Ski Area is Methven. From Methven, you can reach the top of the skifield in around 30 minutes.

The accommodation options in Methven aren’t huge but you can view all the hotels available. I have personally stayed at the Blue Pub and its a good budget option with a social bar.

3. Lake Tekapo

Lupins at Lake Tekapo, New Zealand
Lupins in full bloom at Lake Tekapo
Distance from Mt Hutt:180 kilometers (111 miles)
Time:2 hours 20 minutes
How long should I stay:1 night at least so you have a full day to
explore

Lake Tekapo is a stop you can’t miss it on your road trip from Christchurch to Queenstown. The lake literally shines blue and is one of the bluest lakes in New Zealand.

Lake Tekapo is also a great place to spend one night on your road trip. There isn’t that much to do at Lake Tekapo but its a very beautiful place to visit home to a few cool activities.

My personal recommendation is to spend one night in Lake Tekapo. That should give you enough time to arrive, enjoy the town, and then do some exploring the next day before driving to Mount Cook. Obviously, if you have more time an extra night wouldn’t be a waste at all!

Things to do in Lake Tekapo

Lake Tekapo, New Zealand
The stunning Lake Tekapo

Tekapo Hot Springs – The Tekapo Hot Springs are the perfect place to relax after a long day on the road. Located outside from the springs you can enjoy amazing views of the stars and relax. You can book your ticket here in advance.

Go stargazing – Because Lake Tekapo is located in the only dark sky reserve in the Southern Hemisphere there has never been a better time to go stargazing. There are lots of stargazing tours that take you to the Mt John Observatory!

Visit the Church of the Good Shepherd – This is probably the most famous church in New Zealand. The church is worth a visit but it is a little over touristic.

See the Lupins – If you happen to be visiting Lake Teko between mid-November and early January then you will be lucky enough to see the Lupins (beautiful flowers) in full bloom.

Where to stay in Lake Tekapo

There are lots of accommodation options in Lake Tekapo but they do book up fast. Be sure to book at least a few weeks in advance (but the sooner the better.) Some hotels I recommend are:

YHA Lake Tekapo – A great budget hostel that’s very clean and social.

Lake Tekapo Village Motel – Comfortable studio and 1/2 bedroom apartments. Really good for those who like to cook.

Mantra Lake Tekapo – Three and two-bedroom luxury apartments. Amazing place if you can afford it.

If you have a campervan or Motorhome then the Lake Tekapo Motels and Holiday Park is a good option. You can book directly on their website.

4. Lake Pukaki and the road to Mount Cook

Lake Pukaki, New Zealand
The road to Mount cook along Lake Pukaki
Distance from Lake Tekapo:50 kilometers (31 miles)
Time:1 hour
How long should I stay:30 minutes

As you leave Lake Tekapo and head towards Mount Cook you’ll think you’ve seen the bluest lake in New Zealand…that is, until you see Lake Pukaki.

Lake Pukaki is, in my opinion, the bluest lake in New Zealand and as you head towards Mount Cook you can enjoy its amazing color and views.

Of course, this is just a scenic stop so enjoy the lake, take some photos and continue onto Mount Cook National park.

If you’re driving from Christchurch to Queenstown in one day then skip Mount Cook and continue on to highway number 6!

Things to do near Lake Pukaki and the Mount Cook Road

Taking the Mount Cook road photo in Mount Cook National Park
Its a photo everyone should get!

Take the Mount Cook road photo – The Mount Cook road photo is one of the most famous photo locations in Mount Cook. If you want to know where and how to take it, then check out our Mount Cook road photo guide!

Pullover and explore Lake Pukaki – As you drive on the road to Mount Cook past Lake Pukaki there are lots of places you can pull over and enjoy the lake.

5. Mount Cook National Park

Mueller Hut Trail in Mount Cook, New Zealand one of the best places to visit on the south island
The Mueller hut Trail in Mount Cook National Park
Distance from Lake Pukaki:60 kilometers (37 miles)
Time:1 hour
How long should I stay:1 or 2 nights

Mount Cook National Park is my favorite place in New Zealand. This entire park is simply breathtaking and a must-visit on your road trip from Christchurch to Queenstown!

There are so many amazing things to do in Mount Cook National Park that if you really want to explore the park you’ll need to stay the night. My recommendation is to stay two nights if you have the time. That way, you can enjoy a few of the best hikes listed below.

In Mount Cook, the only place to stay is in Mount Cook Village. Here you can find a visitor center, a small shop, as well as a few restaurants. However, it is very limited so stock up on supplies in Tekapo before arriving.

Things to do in Mount Cook National Park

A woman stands on the Hooker Valley track suspension bridge looking towards Mt Cook
The Hooker Valley Track!

Hooker Valley Track – The Hooker Valley Track is the most popular hike in Mount Cook National Park. The trail only takes 3 hours to complete and is breathtakingly beautiful!

The Tasman Lake Viewpoint – This viewpoint is the best place to visit at sunrise. It’s only a 15-minute walk from the Tasman Glacier carpark and offers stunning views of the Tasman Glacier, surrounding mountains, and floating icebergs!

Spend a night at the Mueller Hut – The Mueller Hut sits high above the valley and is a very beautiful place to spend the night. It takes around 6 hours to reach the hut in winter and 5 in summer. The hut needs to be booked in advance in the summer months but is considered one of the best alpine huts in New Zealand.

Scenic flight of Mount Cook National Park – This was one tour I’ll never forget! We did a 35-minute scenic flight over Mount Cook and the surrounding mountains and glaciers (including Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier).

Where to stay in Mount Cook National Park

There is very limited accommodation in Mount Cook National Park. So, if you want to stay there in summer you need to book your hostel or hotel ASAP. Some places to consider are:

YHA Hostel – If you’re on a budget then this is the only option in the park. Dorm beds here are around $40 NZD per night. It is a nice hostel though with a large kitchen and even a sauna!

The Hermitage Hotel Mount Cook – Thi is one fo the largest hotels in the park. It features amazing views of the mountains and has its own restaurant (that’s really tasty!)

White Horse Hill Campsite – If you’re in a campervan or have a tent then the White Horse Hill Campsite is a great option. You can’t book in advance as it’s first come first serve but only costs $13 NZD per night.

If all the accommodation in Mount Cook is booked up or for more info, check out my Mount Cook accommodation guide. It lists other places to stay nearby.

6. Omarama Clay Cliffs

Walking arounf the Omarama Clay Cliffs, New Zealand
Walking around the Omarama Clay Cliffs, New Zealand
Distance from Mount Cook:100 kilometers (60 miles)
Time:1 hour 20 minutes
How long should I stay:1 hour

As you say goodbye to Mount Cook and begin your journey south you’ll pass a little-known attraction called the Omarama Clay Cliffs. These cliffs were formed 2 million years ago by melting glacier ice. These days you can explore the cliffs on foot and enjoy the unique formations.

To get to the cliffs, simply keep driving towards Omarama from Mount Cook until you reach Quailburn Road. Once on this road, you must drive on an unsealed road for around 20 minutes to reach them. It costs $5 per car to enter the cliffs. The fee is paid via an honesty box system so be sure to have the correct change.

There are signs pointing you in the right direction but to be safe, check out our Omarama Clay Cliffs guide for more info on the location of the cliffs.

7. Omarama Hot Tubs

Omarama Hot Tubs view of the mountains
This is really a beautiful place to enjoy a hot tub!
Distance from Omarama Clay Cliffs:15 kilometers (9 miles)
Time:15 minutes.
How long should I stay:1 hour or overnight in Omarama

Another really cool attraction near the Omarama Clay Cliffs is the Omarama Hot Tubs. These hot tubs are located in the town of Omarama and consist of many different private hot tubs with amazing views.

In summer, the hot tubs are best visited at sunset or night when temperatures cool, however in winter, spring, and autumn you can enjoy them all day long.

This is another quick stop as you make your way from Mount Cook Village to either Wanaka or Cromwell, however, if you’ve had enough of driving for the day you can also spend the night in the town of Omarama.

Where to stay in Omarama

Omarama TOP 10 Holiday Park – If you’re in a campervan or motorhome then the top 10 is a great choice. They also have private cabins at affordable prices. Powered sites must be booked directly on their website.

Dunstan Downs High Country Sheep Station – This is a real working Merino Wool farm. It’s family-owned and operated and although the accommodation is basic, it has typical friendly NZ customer service.

Sierra Motel and Apartments – This motel rents studio and 1/2 bedroom apartments. Great for families or those who like a little more room and their own kitchen.

8. Lindis Pass

Bailey standing at the top of Lindis Pass New Zealand
Those views are incredible!
Distance from Omarama:33 kilometers (20 miles)
Time:30 minutes
How long should I stay:30 minutes

Lindis Pass is an attraction you’ll have no choice but to visit as it’s the only way south from Mount Cook. At the pass, there is a small carpark and here you can pull over and enjoy the breathtaking views. However to get a better look, be sure to hike up the hill (pictured above and below) as the views are even better.

Panoramic view of lindis Pass, New Zealand
Panoramic view of Lindis Pass, New Zealand

There is no official trail up Lindis Pass but you can just walk up the hill from the viewing platform. For more info check out our guide to Lindis Pass. In this blog, we tell you where to hike and show you more photos of the pass.

This is another shortstop and there is nowhere to stay in this area. Once here, you must continue on to either Wanaka or Cromwell to reach your end destination, Queenstown.

If you’re traveling this route via Cromwell, skip the next three stops as they are via the Wanaka route.

9. Wanaka

Selfie with the famous Wanaka Tree!
Selfie with the famous Wanaka Tree!
Distance from Lindis Pass:82 kilometers (51 miles)
Time:1 hour
How long should I stay:1 or 2 nights

Wanaka should be on everyone’s New Zealand South Island itinerary. This small town shares many similarities with Queenstown and is home to a range of must-do activities and attractions.

To really get to know Wanaka as a visitor you will need to spend at least one night here. My personal recommendation is for two nights. This will allow one day to hike one of the awesome nearby hiking trails and another to check out the town before making the trip to Queenstown.

So, regardless if you’re visiting Wanaka on your way from Christchurch to Queenstown or if it’s your next destination, be sure to spend a little time here!

Things to do in Wanaka

Standing on Roy's Peak at sunrise, Wanaka, New Zealand
Standing on Roy’s Peak at sunrise, Wanaka, New Zealand

Hike Roy’s Peak – If you’re going to do one hike in Wanaka then Roy’s Peak is a great choice. Yes, it attracts large crowds but it’s just so beautiful!

Visit the Wanaka Tree – This is a very short visit that can be walked to from town. The tree is and isn’t amazing but you may as well be the judge for yourself! If you want my opinion, check out our Wanaka Tree review.

Diamond Lake Trail – For those who don’t think they can manage Roy’s Peak the Diamond Lake Trail is a much shorter trail. Although the views are not as good, they’re still beautiful.

Wanaka Lavender Farm – If you’re in Wanaka in summer then the Wanaka Lavender Farm is a great stop. Here, the lavender bloom is amazing and the farm also has lots of animals you can interact with.

Isthmus Peak – Isthmus Peak is a very similar hike to Roy’s Peak, however, it doesn’t attract the large crowds. So, if you want a Roy’s Peak alternative, Isthmus Peak is it!

Where to stay in Wanaka

Wanaka Kiwi Holiday Park & Motels – If you’re traveling in a motorhome or after budget accommodation then the Kiwi Motorhome Park is a great choice. Good location, facilities, and very affordable. Please note, powered sites must be booked directly.

YHA Wanaka – Comfprtable budget hostel with dorms and private rooms. The location is central and facilities although basic, are good.

Ramada Resort by Wyndham Wanaka – Top-rated hotel with amazing facilities that include a large pool. The rooms here are luxurious but the prices are very reasonable.

There are tons of places to stay in Wanaka. You can check out all of the available hotels and hostels in Wanaka online.

10. Cardrona Ski Field

Cardrona Ski Field, New Zealand
Distance from Wanaka:24 kilometers (15 miles)
Time:30 minutes
How long should I stay: If you’re just driving up for the view an hour
is fine, but if you want to ski or mountain bike, a few days is best.

In the winter Cardrona is one of the best ski fields in New Zealand. In the summer, Cardrona becomes one of the best downhill mountain bike parks in New Zealand. This means just about all year round there’s something awesome to do here.

If you’re visiting in either season you may want to spend more time on the mountain and you can either visit from Wanaka (which is slightly closer) or Queenstown. However, on your way to Queenstown you can also stop here for a few hours of fun and to check out the amazing views. The best part is that it costs nothing to come for a look!

This is another short stop-off point but if you are wanting to stay close and ski, snowboard, or downhill mountain bike there are a few hotels nearby to accommodate you.

Where to stay near Cardrona

Until Cardrona builds its planned ski resort hotel these are the three closest accommodation options to the ski field.

Cardrona Hotel – The Cardrona Hotel is a beautiful hotel with lovely rooms. It sits right at the entrance to the ski hill and is also part of a historical attraction.

Waiorau Homestead – This is a local bed and breakfast with a very homie feel. Fantastic personal service and beautiful rooms.

Willow Wood – Willow Wood is a large home that can sleep 10 people. It’s perfect for large groups or families!

11. Crown Range

Crown range Road New Zealand
Crown range Road, New Zealand
Distance from Cardrona:It’s about 20 kilometers to the first viewpoint
Time:20 minutes
How long should I stay:15 to 30 minutes

The Crown Range Road is New Zealand’s highest main highway and if you’re coming from Wanaka to Queenstown it’s a road you’ll have to take. In winter, the road can be daunting and it’s recommended you carry snow chains.

However in summer, it’s an easy drive down into the Wakatipu Valley. Along the way be sure to stop and take in the views. There are a few main viewpoints with one being right at the start as you begin to descend and another about a third of the way down the first hill.

From these viewpoints, you can just see Queenstown sitting on the edge of Lake Wakatipu. This was the first view I ever got of Queenstown and it was one to remember!

If you decided to go through Cromwell, then your Christchurch to Queenstown itinerary begins again here.

12. Cromwell

Cromwell, New Zealand
Cromwell, New Zealand

Cromwell is a small local town nestled on the shores of Lake Dunstan. To be honest, it’s not much of a touristic town but with the beautiful Lake Dunstan and a few other quirky attractions, it’s worth a quick stop on your way through for a bit to eat and to stretch your legs.

You could also spend a night here, although you may as well make the hours drive onto Queenstown (especially if you’re short on time.)

Things to do in Cromwell

Get a photo with the oversized fruit – As you drive into Cromwell you won’t miss the oversized fruit sculptures on the side of the road. Pullover and grab a photo because, why not?

Jet Boat on the Kawarau River – The Kawarau River and gorge is a crazy place to go jetboating. This river is epic and surrounded on both sides by cliffs and rocks.

Pan for gold in the Goldfields Mining Center – This region was known for having the largest gold rush in New Zealand. At the Goldfields Mining Center, you can learn about the gold rush or join a gold panning tour.

13. Gibbston Valley

Bailey running through the vines at the Gibbston Valley winery in New Zealand
Distance from Cromwell:35 kilometers (22 miles)
Time:30 minutes
How long should I stay:1 hour to do a tasting

The Gibbston Valley is Otago’s most famous wine region. Before grapes were planted here it was thought they wouldn’t grow well enough to make amazing wine. However, the region now produces some of the best Pinot Noir in the world.

The most famous of the wineries in this region is the Gibbston Valley Winery. These guys pioneered the region and were the ones who broke all the odds to produce high-quality Pinot Noir in this odd climate.

Stopping in the Gibston Valley wine region on our way from Queenstown to Christchurch
Who doesn’t love a wine tour!

At this winery, you can try 5 different wines for $15. If you’re the designated driver then you can head over to the cheese factory attached to the winery and try an assortment of cheeses, cold meats, and relishes! However, there are lots of other Gibbston valley wineries you can visit.

If you are staying in Queenston before or after your road trip then consider visiting the Gibbston Valley on a wine tour! It’s easily one of the best tours in Queenstown!

Queenstown!!!

The view of Queenstown, New Zealand from Bob's Peak
The view of Queenstown, New Zealand from Bob’s Peak

You made it! What a road trip Christchurch to Queenstown is! If you’re wondering what to do in Queenstown then you’re in luck! We have around 40 blogs about Queenstown you can check out on our Queenstown page here!

However, some other articles to check out now include:

33 free and cheap things to do in Queenstown

8 must-do hikes in Queenstown

Complete guide to Queenstown, New Zealand

The BEST Restaurants in Queenstown


Christchurch to Queenstown Road Trip Itineraries

Bailey looking out the window on our scenic flight around Mount Cook
Bailey looking out the window on our scenic flight around Mount Cook

There are many ways to make the journey from Christchurch to Queenstown or the other way from Queenstown to Christchurch. So, to make things a little easier in your planning stage, here’s a few examples of road trip itineraries.

1. Christchurch to Queenstown in 6 days

This 6-day itinerary will give you enough time to hit all of the highlights and in my opinion, is a great road trip itinerary. This road trip can also be done from Queenstown to Christchurch by reversing it.

Day 1 Christchurch to Lake TekapoVisit Rakaia Gorge and explore
Lake Tekapo
Day 2Lake Tekapo to Mount CookVisit Lake Pukaki, go on a short hike in Mt Cook.
Day 3Mount cookExplore Mount Cook National Park
Day 4Mount Cook to WanakaVisit the Clay Cliffs, hot tubs, and Lindis Pass
Day 5WanakaHike Roys Peak or Isthmus Peak, relax in Wanaka.
Day 6Wanaka to QueenstownVisit the lavender farm then drive to Queenstown.

2. Christchurch to Queenstown in 3 days

If you only have 3 days you can still enjoy this itinerary by skipping Wanaka and instead, heading straight to Queenstown via Cromwell.

Day 1Christchurch to Lake TekapoShort stop at Rakaia Gorge,
explore Lake Tekapo.
Day 2Lake Tekapo to Mount CookVisit Lake Pukaki, do a short hike in
Mount Cook.
Day 3Mount Cook to QueenstownVisit the clay cliffs, hot tubs,
Lindis Pass, and the
Gibbston Valley.

For more infor check out our 10 New Zealand road trip itineraries here

Before you go…

Bailey and Daniel from Destinationless Travel pose for a photo with a sheep in New Zealand
Selfie!

Regardless if you stop at all the places mentioned above or only some, I can guarantee you will have an unforgettable experience. On this short route, you hit a few of my favorite places on New Zealand’s South Island.

I hope you found this post helpful and please if you have any questions just leave them below!

– Daniel

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