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West Coast



If you want to taste tranquility at its best amidst beautiful surroundings, travel to West Coast It is a region located on the west coast of the South Island, New Zealand. It is surrounded by the Tasman Sea and the Southern Alps consisting of almost 9% of the land area of New Zealand. Travel Guide West Coast gives complete information about this wonderful region including its must-visit attractions like magnificent Pancake Rocks and Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers. In order to explore their inner realms, you will require helicopter rides, jetboats, and tramping trails. In fact, West Coast Travel Guide has a lot more to tell you about the West Coast.

The natural beauty at the West Coast is simply a treat for the senses. Its biggest attraction is its scenic beauty which beautifully reflects in the drives, either down or up. Witness rare Kiwi, White Heron and sea mammals in their natural habitat, capture stunning views of snow-capped mountain peaks, icy glacier sand gorges. Visit the rainforest which boasts of more than 200 unique flora and fauna bush walks. Don’t miss out The Great Cascade-Hollyford Track Walk and the Great Heaphy Track Walk which are among the 12 popular ‘Great Walks of New Zealand’. Relax by taking the TranzAlpine train tour through the Canterbury Plains, visit the Haast Pass and visit Makarora Valley known for its amazing Blue Pools. Travel Guide West Coast also gives updated information about the best places to shop, eat and stay in the West Coast.

Browse West Coast Travel Guide to plan your West Coast tour in the best possible way and in your budget.

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