Akaroa, cuddled between the rocky volcanic hills, is a quaint town on the Banks Peninsula of the South Isle of New Zealand. There is no scarcity of activities in this former site of French and British settlements. Apart from its regal allure and natural exquisiteness, Akaroa, New Zealand is famed for its wildlife safaris and encounters. The scenic port is the dwelling place of diverse birds and sea animals including the rarest and smallest dolphin of the world- Hector dolphin. One can get to watch or swim with the dolphins or go on a Seal Safari! The New Zealand Fur Seals are found particularly in the North and South Islands of New Zealand and also on the southern shoreline of Australia.