What creates a beautiful rapids travel even better? Hundreds of darling baby seals.
Every year, nearby Kaikoura, New Zealand, a vast pod of fur sign pups float down a tide to a lifelike Ohau waterfall, where they rivet in an epic cuddlefest.
The pups play nearby a rapids all around a winter (June by August), while their mothers hunt for food in a ocean
The best part? It’s usually a 10-minute walk
Just expostulate 16.8 miles north of Kaikoura around South Highway 1
But hurry, a pups, in all their darling glory, wait you:
The tide and rapids are technically located on private property, but, according to New Zealand’s central tourism website, a landowners work with a Department of Conservation
They’ve even erected signs to assistance indicate a approach for hikers and they’ve enlisted volunteers to make certain a seals are safe
Although we can’t join in on a cuddlefest — authorities do not concede touching a seals and ask that we give them space
These are baby seals usually north of Kaikoura on a South Island of New Zealand during a Ohau Point Seal Colony. Every winter a babies float adult a stream and spend a day personification in a waterfall. They usually need to feed each dual days, so they usually hang out and play while their mums and dads hunt. Video: Paul Boocock/ The Factory http://on.fb.me/1CPr6v0
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