IN new zealand
Located at the bottom of the South Island, this stunning region NEEDS to go on your New Zealand bucketlist
The Catlins is known for its collection of spectacular waterfalls nestled inside lush rainforest.
With an incredible lookout to be found around every bend, the Catlins is a photographer's dream.
The Catlins is home to some extremely rare and unique wildlife, including Hector's dolphins and yellow-eyed penguins.
Home to Jack's blowhole (a sunken seacave) and Cathedral Caves (featuring 200 meters of tunnels to explore), the sea caves in the Catlins are not to be missed.
There are a number of great campsites located around the Catlins featuring some seriously stunning views to wake up to.
The Catlins is also home to a 170-million-year-old forest from New Zealand’s Jurassic age that has been fossilized.
The Catlins is boasts an endless coastline with many secluded white sandy beaches, which are often populated by sea lions and fur seals.