In the Shag Point nature reserve, there are fewer photos and more videos, and there are still a few distances between the tourists walking on the platform and the young seals hiding in the cliffs.
In the Shag Point Nature Reserve, the sea wind is relatively large. The Shag Cape Cliff is still a certain distance from the seals. There are no infrastructure and walkways. Many people descend to the cliff, and it seems that they are fishing and picking abalone. We tourists can only take pictures and pat the tour. The following photo is a screenshot taken by the travel agency.
Shag Point Nature Reserve is rarely visited for animal viewing, and it is indeed not recommended by New Zealand officials. After all, it is a nature reserve, and it is not a matter of tourists. There are no tourist facilities here, only simple ️. It is located in the mouth of the sag river, the sea wind is very strong, hope to see animals close up can visit.
The coast wildlife on the north shore of South Island can't be seen everywhere except the Straits. Once on the South shore, it's like an interactive wildlife park. In Shag, we've seen countless seals, and the little ones are still curious about people.
Shag point is a nature reserve, and various strategies are rarely introduced. Indeed, there are few signs here, there is no dedicated parking lot in the reserve, and there are not many sea views, only the gathering place of seals and walruses. Here you can look at each other curiously with seals.
Shag point成熟 reserve is a nature reserve, and it's probably not too much to disturb wildlife, there's no signage, no infrastructure, all wild nature.