Youngsters and the elderly who are heading out for a holiday are wooed by adventure activities and unusual wildlife that is specific to foreign locales. Let your group explore the flora and fauna of breath taking locales and experience a personal brush with the animals. Take a wildlife and adventure tour package to New Zealand to meet the cultural attractions, have a brush with the exotic locales and glorious animals. There are many reachable places to see penguins in New Zealand, read on for more information!
Besides an awesome nightlife and superb dining establishments, New Zealand can boast of innumerable cultural attractions and fabulous wild life animals in their natural environments. Wallow in the spectacular wildlife and scenery of the region. Reach New Zealand anytime during February March, head out for the Wellington Harbour and watch the marine beauties, the “splendid dolphins” swim by and the majestic penguins flap their flippers for you.
The coastline that lines the suburbs of Wellington will let you catch a glimpse of the smallest penguins in the world. The little delights are called the little blue penguins. The Wellington Zoo has placed a few boxes on the Southern coast and these small blue penguins nest here. These flightless birds can be easily seen at dusk frisking about here and there. If you are lucky you might even get to see a sweet small marine animal cross the road as they head off to retreat in their family burrow.
You can see these “returning home birds” near the “Penguin crossings” signs put up in the diverse landscape, often. Keep your eyes open for the signs of these playful birds in the late evenings, they will surely cross your path and head for their home in front of your eyes. You just need to be there at the right time so book a tour package at the earliest. You can hire your own vehicle and keep visiting this area to watch the blue penguins more than once.
You can view the penguins as they prance about in the wild in their natural habitat. They are the best when they are untouched and undisturbed. To see them from far without scaring them away, you can always ask for the far range binoculars and camouflage gear.