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Wairarapa Nature and Eco Tourism, New Zealand

Showing 5 results for Nature and Eco Tourism in Wairarapa, New Zealand.


Location: Wairarapa - Greytown

Stonehenge Aotearoa was built by members of The Phoenix Astronomical Society with the support of the Royal Society of New Zealand the purpose of Stonehenge Aotearoa is to encourage people of all ages to rediscover the knowledge of their ancestors. It's a unique place of science and wonder in New Zealand & they offer a wide range of touring options...(more)


Location: Wairarapa - Martinborough

The Tora Coastal Walk is one of the most-loved privately run walks that New Zealand has to offer. Located in the southern Wairarapa region just outside Martinborough, this three-day walk covers a range of stunning and diverse scenery. Visitors will love exploring the private hill country farmland, native bush, river valleys and the spectacular Tora coastline...(more)


Location: Wairarapa

From Cape Reinga to Bluff, New Zealand is blessed with a smorgasbord of walking tracks providing opportunities for access to the great outdoors. The new Te Araroa Pathway is a collection of tracks that combine to make up a continuous 3,000km pathway traversing the length of NZ. These walking tracks fall into many categories, and traverse public and private land...(more)

XPLOR TOURS - Wellington

Location: Wairarapa - Greytown

Xplor Tours invite to to explore Wellington, Wairarapa or Kapiti Coast enjoying all the beauty and places of interest. Owner/guide Richard has lived in Wellington all his life, and enjoys nothing more than meeting and interacting with new people while sharing all the history and background for what you will be seeing on the day...(more)


PUKAHA MOUNT BRUCE, National Wildlife Centre - Wairarapa

Location: Wairarapa - Masterton

Pukaha Mount Bruce is New Zealand's National Wildlife Centre for conservation breeding of threatened wildlife, conservation education and forest restoration. We demonste how everyone can make a difference in restoring kiwi, kokako, kaka and other native wildlife once present in our forests and return the dawn chorus for everyone to enjoy...(more)