Kaikoura Region

South Island

Kaikoura Region

Squeezed between two giants, a dramatic point where the Southern Alps and Pacific Ocean meet.

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Paikea & whale

Whale Watch is a multiple national and international award winning New Zealand nature-based Tourism Company owned and operated by the indigenous Ngāti Kuri people of Kaikōura, a Māori sub-tribe of the South Island's larger Ngāi Tahu Tribe.

West End Carpark, Kaikoura

Overnight Campervan Parking

West End Carpark, Kaikoura

Overnight Campervan Parking

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Superb views over the Kaikoura Plain and Peninsula reward those who climb on Mt Fyffe.

Kaikoura TOP 10 sites with stunning mountain views

Kaikoura Top 10 extends a warm welcome to this maritime wonderland.

1 hr 45 mins return

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Lobster Inn

Motor Lodge and Campground

Lobster Inn

Motor Lodge and Campground

Coastal camping
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Cymen Crick

New Zealand

If you like crayfish then Nin's Bin is well worth stopping for. Located within a seaside caravan, on the roadside of SH1, overlooking the Pacific ocean. Super fresh and the prices are much cheaper than in town.

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Kaikoura Bp

Public Dump Station

Kaikoura Bp

Public Dump Station

$2 per vehicle.

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Some large podocarps at the Puhi Puhi Scenic Reserve

800 m return | 15 minutes return

Barratts Bivvy

no longer exists

Barratts Bivvy

no longer exists

The bivvy was destroyed in the November 2016 earthquake.