Day 25: Oamaru - Tunnel Beach and the Otago Peninsula - Pukaki Lake - Tekapo Lake
And so, valuing the main factor that affects us these days and that is the sun, we decide that the first stop we will make will be Tunnel Beach, 120 kilometers and an hour and a half away, to ensure the little sun we have now.
As soon as we arrive we leave the car in the parking lot enabled for it and we travel the path of about 30 minutes one way, which takes us to one of the most beautiful rock formations we have seen and which is probably another place to see in New Zealand essential.
Tunnel Beach in New Zealand
Known for its spectacular rocky landscapes, cut by the force of the wind and the Pacific Ocean, Tunnel Beach is one of the most visited places in this area of New Zealand.
Its name comes from when Cargill made a tunnel in one of the rocks, so that he could go with his family to the beach that is just on the other side, to make his weekend picnics.