When visiting the National Kiwi Centre on Tancred Street, the family will find different areas of interest such as the featured exhibit of kiwis. The birds are comfortable in their undercover facility, where the nocturnal environment in their area lets them feel at home. Giant eels ranging from 85 to 100 years of age are another exhibition and visitors can help feed them during the day. This is your chance to see New Zealand's oldest living dinosaur since a tuatara is located at the centre. There is a special area just for kids where parents can take a break while children color a picture, work puzzles or read a book about native flowers and plants.
Some visitors prefer to drive the short distance from their Hokitika accommodation to the parking lot near the Hokitika Gorge Scenic Reserve. Perhaps a kayaking adventure or splashing in the water is on your travel schedule. There are overnight hiking and camping trips available for the more adventurous tourists as well as short trips that provide excellent scenes for the pictures you want to take of your trip, with just a minimal amount of hiking to reach those locations.
The Hokitika Museum is located in the former Carnegie Library, now the Carnegie Building, in its location on the corner of Tancred and Hamilton. When the Carnegie Library opened in 1908, the museum took a room until relocating in 1973. The new building became a convenient storage area and the museum returned to the Carnegie Building. Visitors of all ages will enjoy the opportunity to hear about the experiences of the early settlers, a part of the guided walking tour offered by the museum on various days and times.
You are bound to find several different postcards to place in your scrapbook as a reminder of the interesting things you saw during your tip to the area around Hokitika when you stop by to look through the Wilderness Gallery. You can find shots of New Zealand in different sizes and on an artistic variety of canvas. Expect to see a number of shoppers browsing through the amazing shots of various scenes found in New Zealand.
Golfing is yet another popular vacation activity and the Hokitika Golf Club offers an excellent 18-hole course off Golf Link Road, just a few minutes south of the city. Concentrate on the game while admiring the surrounding mountains, such as Aoraki/Mount Cook, the Southern Alps, and Mt Tasman. Mahinapua Links is open every day and has clubs available for rental. Wherever you are traveling in this part of New Zealand the right form of hokitika motels accommodation puts guests within easy access.
About the Author:
If you like this article please shere it