New Zealand 30 March: Bluff - Christchurch

Dunedin

Bluff to Dunedin then Christchurch

Natures Wonders Naturally at Taiaroa Head on the Otago Peninsula becoming a Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossom. Perry Reid receives the Peace-Blossom plaque for all his self-funded conservation efforts to ensure that this land is preserved for future generations to enjoy, by protecting the penguins, fur seals and other wildlife.

Perry receiving the Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossom plaque.

The Natures Wonders Naturally team holding the Peace Torch.

The Peace Run team are off for a real experience with owner Perry Reid. Wildlife is living in natural environments the way nature intended it to be. The team at Natures Wonders do not build hutches or shelters, they don't feed the wildlife, and the wildlife is not subjected to tagging, handling or any form of testing.

On tour with Perry.

The Otago Peninsula headland.

The locals come and check out the Peace Run team.

A window on the wonders.

A seal pup.

Taking some seal photos.

Perry Reid talking to the Peace Run team. Perry has a dream to protect this special land, the penguins and seals as well as replanting the native forest of the area to provide a sanctuary for our native birds. He wants to make a place for the whole world and future generations to see. His passion extends throughout the family and his wife Tracey is right there at his side.

The beauty of the Otago Peninsula.

Looking down on Penguin Beach.

Natabara from the Peace Run team filming the whole experience.

Perry taking the next group on a tour of this natural wonder.

Owner Tracey holding the Peace Torch.

Tracey with the new generation of conservation lovers at Natures Wonders with the Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossom plaque in the background.

After a long drive from Dunedin to Christchurch the Peace Run team enjoy a fantastic meal provided by The Lotus-Heart Restaurant at 363 Saint Asaph Street in Christchurch.