Diamond Harbour & Excursions

castle hillDiamond Harbour is the untouched paradise
truly I have travelled the world and my place is so special, unique, peaceful & friendly

Go to www.diamondharbour.info and see what’s on offer in our secluded paradise just 45 mins from Christchurch airport and city and 10 mins by ferry from Lyttelton.

The ocean truly sparkles like diamonds and the views stretch open to south america  with gorgeous coastal walks, just 10 minutes to 3 volcanic beaches (usually deserted during the weekdays) – Camp Bay. This secluded sanctuary is  perfect for a retreat and TripAdvisor says Banks Peninsular is one of the highlights during a visit to Christchurch.

Recently Diamond Harbour has a restaurant/bar  and there is music in the park in summer every sunday.  Most afternoons in the summer we go to the beach which is so peaceful and gorgeous for swimming.

Maybe you would like to visit one of the best growers markets by ferry in Lyttelton on Saturday  or go up the gondala or do a kayak trip or just sit in the gorgeous bean bags on the deck watching the world go by. You won’t be bored and if you have to move we can go on these amazing excursions.

Castle Hill- labelled as the 7th highest energy vortex in the world, 1-1/2 hrs away.Castle Hill is a very special place with great significance to the Waitaha and the Maori people. It is named Kura Tahiti which means ‘treasure from afar’ A hidden place, landscape of giant stone, scattered Stonehenge, what Barry Brailsford describes as a sacred nest of stones, a place even the Dalai Lama has talked of as an important energy centre for the earth. Having recently returned from Machu Pichu, Paru swears that this place has a similar energy without the tourist crowds. Just wander through the amazing rock formation and feel the energy and echo of this amazing place. Includes a picnic lunch and can include a dinner out.

Akaroa- 1 1/4 hours on the other side of the Peninsular –This is a true adventure excursion.  We drive the 
stunning cliffs and rawness of  of the peninsular and arrive down in my other favourite hideaway  Pigeon Bay – where we face our fears with a swing over the ocean and a picnic lunch on the jetty  –  then on to stunning
Akaroa where you can wander the main street and then maybe stopping on a wild beach on return – shop, eat drink in this gorgeous, famous French village. www.akaroa.com

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