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Top contributor YoumiTrip did a phenomenal job combining drone and ground camera footage to create this video of a trek to a little-known peninsula on the South Island of New Zealand. It's called the Banks Peninsula, and it's a landform of volcanic origin that sits just south of Christchurch, the largest city on the South Island. The peninsula was formed by two shield volcanoes that have partially eroded. The video does a great job of capturing some of the unique-looking geology of the area.
Description: The Banks Peninsula track is the first privately owned track to open in New Zealand back in 1989. It is an amazing 3-day hike. Beautiful coastal landscapes, cozy huts to stay in - the last one takes the cake - and they carry your big backpack to the next hut for you so you only hike with a day pack and enjoy the surroundings. If you are planning to visit New Zealand, you should consider it. More info on https://www.bankstrack.co.nz/ My Social Media Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/youmitrip Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/youmitrip Websites : https://www.youymitrip.com http://videoprod.youmitrip.com