The South Island of New Zealand is loved across the globe for its stunning landscapes. This scenic region boasts rugged coastlines, glacial valleys and lush green forest, attracting millions of visitors each year.
The South Island is bordered to the north by Cook Strait and covers approximately 150,000 square kilometres. Although it is in fact the worlds 12th largest island, it is less populated than New Zealand’s North Island. The South Island’s peaceful nature and picturesque landscapes will leave you wanting more. If you love the outdoors, exploring, animals and adventure, you won’t be disappointed. You can explore many holiday parks on the South Island on Campstay.