Christchurch Vacation - Deals & Packages!

Christchurch (in New Zealand) is a city that is cut in half by a river, on either side of which there are some remarkable hundred year old Neo-Gothic buildings flanked by a number of dense trees. You should visit this Kiwi city for its immaculate beauty and dramatic landscapes. You will find river beds, cathedrals, parks, museum, art gallery and some amazing street arts to make your day glorious here and once through with them, you would certainly like to ride a bicycle through the flat terrain of the city to find some more beauty that you had missed.

Places of Interest in Christchurch
Orana Wildlife Park
Orana Wildlife Park is New Zealand's largest wildlife sanctuary and conservation project that features endangered animals from around the world. Ahead of this, the most remarkable part of this park is that the number of fences and cages have been kept at a bare minimum to make it close to a natural habitat and to let the animals feel at as much ease as possible.

Ferrymead Heritage Park
Initially known as the Museum of Science & Industry, the Ferrymead Heritage Park is a recreated Edwardian township and museum with historical themes related to transport. It offers a daily ride in horse carriage and occasional rides in tram and train.

Air Force Museum
Air Force Museum was opened in 1987 before the closure of the Christchurch Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) base. The museum’s collection shows the early days of New Zealand military aviation prior to World War I, the subsequent years until the formation of the RNZAF in 1937 and the RNZAF’s contribution to the war. Also on display are some memorabilia of former enemy forces and an extensive photographic archive.

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