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Day 1: Arrive in Auckland Day 2: Road trip through Coromandel peninsula Day 3: Thermal wonders of Rotorua Day 4: Tongariro crossing and drive to wellington Day 5: Ferry to south island and Marlborough sound Day 6: Arthur pass national park Day 7: Mt cook national park and lake Pukaki Day 8: Te Anau and a day trip to Milford Sound Day 9: Queenstown Day 10: Outbound flight We visited at the end of December, which is officially the start of summer in southern hemisphere....
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Kaikoura's at the southern island of New Zealand so if you're at the north island, you gotta take a ferry from the north down.I took the inter-islander ferry from Wellington and then the intercity bus all the way to Kaikoura YHA.The best part of travelling in June/July around New Zealand would be that it is the non-peak period so rest assured you have all the alone time you need.Weather's amazing too; it was winter, roughly around 10 degrees though it gets colder at night.AccommodationThe rates at Kaikoura YHA is one the cheapest you can get and there is a reason why it's nicknamed 'By the beach packpackers'....