Kaikoura is one of the gems of New Zealand's east coast. Lost between snowy peaks and the Pacific coast, the town has become a Mecca for whale-watching and spotting albatross and seals.Originally it was just a small village, home to crayfish fishermen, until the Europeans began the whale hunting industry, which continued until 1922. The proliferation of the aquatic species here is primarily due to ...
Although it does not stand out for its architecture, the city of Kaikoura is extremely popular with tourists for its superb whale-watching excursions.
The mix of the sea and the mountains creates beautiful seaside landscapes.
In Kaikoura you will have the opportunity to go on whale-watching excursions or even swim with the dolphins.
Kaikoura is a village located in New Zealand's South Island where you can go on some beautiful walks along the coastal trails.
This fur seal is relaxing on a rock.
You can observe whales in their natural habitat while out on a boat excursion.
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