Hokitika Tourism & Travel Guide

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William Steyn Stonepainter
41 Weld St, Hokitika 7842
Westland Greenstone Ltd
34 Tancred St, Hokitika
The Gold Room
37 Tancred St, Hokitika
Mountain Jade
41 Weld St, Hokitika 7810
Hokitika Museum
Carnegie Building, 17 Hamilton St, Hokitika 7810
Dorothy Falls
Lake Kaniere Scenic Reserve, Hokitika


Christchurch
ChristchurchLate morning coffee, draining of all waste water, fill-up of petrol tanks and LPG cylinder and here I am at ...
Wanaka
There’s something special about Wanaka, usually considered as the quite little sister of Queenstown. Set by the side of ...
Kaikoura
The lovely coastal city of Kaikoura, famous for whale watching, is a 2-hour Intercity bus ride away. The bus station is ...
Tekapo
Today take the drive to what can only be described as a spectacular look-out point. At 1000m above sea level one really ...
Fox Glacier
Day 4 & 5 : Traversing through Wanaka to Fox Glacier and Lake MathesonWe drove from Te Anau to Wanaka and tried some loc...

About Hokitika

In the evening, we reached Hokitika before sunset. This gave us ample and perfect time to click pictures of Hokitika beach during sunset. Hokitika Beach offers beautiful views of Hokitika's driftwood-covered beaches with a 'Hokitika' wooden structure. In the night we did visit the glow worms' dell walk, easy and free.Next day after a sumptuous breakfast at our Airbnb, we headed to Hokitika gorge. Believe me, it was the most amazing experience of the journey after blue pools. Due to, may be the rain that had been poured down in the last couple of days, the water of gorge was silver grey instead of turquoise blue. It changed the view dramatically, the walk through the jungle, crossing the bridge and occasional sights of tree orchids made it more pleasing. There's a lookout point right at the place where the stream turns, which is a perfect picture spot too.

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