Pepin Island Farm and Hut Stay
Be surrounded by the magnificent views of Tasman Bay, coastal native bush, and the spectacular landscape of a New Zealand…
New Zealand’s South Island is natural bliss in its purest form. The stunning, diverse landscape seamlessly integrates impressive mountain summits between winding fjords, secret beaches, and historic glaciers that will leave you breathless. It’s no wonder that seemingly every screensaver on the planet is a photograph from the one-of-a-kind island. But when it comes time to actually visit this fairytale destination on your honeymoon, the magnificent splendor of the surroundings is just the beginning.
The destination is both the largest and less populated of New Zealand’s islands, offering untold tranquil pleasures for adventure seekers. Thrilling itineraries include a five-day Classic New Zealand Wine Trail complete with lush vineyards and leisurely cycling as well as the Aline Pacific Tour with thermal hot pools, abundant wildlife, and the freshest seafood you’ll ever indulge in. These just scratch the surface of what’s available on the South Island, which spans backpacking trails, geothermal spectacles, and the real-life backdrops from The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films.
The island prioritizes its natural wonders, and for good reason. From the impressive heights of Mount Cook to the winding bends of Milford, Doubtful, and Marlborough Sounds, there are unbelievable sights wherever you look. You’ll have the ability to enjoy them however you want, as well, with scenic drives, boat tours, white water rafting, sky diving, jet boating, cycling, and canyon swings – just to name a few!
A vast array of romantic dining spots and flourishing wineries await couples looking to indulge in the area’s finest delicacies. And when it comes time to retire for the evening, you’ll be able to choose among luxurious lake resorts, hidden rainforest retreats, and cozy mountain lodges. On New Zealand’s South Island, you won’t just be treated to views of nature at its absolute finest; you’ll become an integral part of the story.