Kapiti Overnight Tour - Cabin

От NZD 415,00 NZ$
  • Продолжительность: 2 дн. (прибл.)
  • Место встречи: Paraparaumu Beach
  • Код предложения: PGC0GS

Whether you’re a local or visiting from overseas, seeing Kiwi in their natural habitat is an experience not to be missed. Kapiti Island is home to over 1,200 Little Spotted Kiwi, making it the most prolific population to be found, and one of the most reliable opportunities to see them in the wild. 

Spend the night and enjoy our famous hospitality and delicious meals, surrounded by stunning native bush and some of our most rare and beautiful native birds.

Our overnight tour package gives you 2 full days on the island. You'll spend your first day at Rangatira in the middle of the island, with the chance to climb Kapiti's highest peak, or explore the lower tracks through established New Zealand forest. In the afternoon you'll be transported to Waiorua, where you'll spend the night at the lodge. You'll be treated to local beer and wine, and a delicious home cooked meal before heading out after dark on a guided Kiwi spotting walk. 

Staying in a cosy cabin, you'll fall asleep to the sound of calling Kiwi and Weka, Kaka and Ruru. A hot breakfast and fresh coffee will help you experience the world come alive as you watch the sunrise over Waiorua Bay, on one of the oldest sanctuaries in the world.

You'll spend your second day exploring the Waiorua tracks, with a coastal or hill walk available. After a hot lunch at the lodge, you'll depart Kapiti in the afternoon of day 2. 

Leave us a note in the “Special Requirements” field if you’d like a different arrival or departure time - we can also offer an afternoon arrival, or morning departure.

You will take your day pack and packed lunch/drink with you while exploring Rangatira on your 1st day and leave your overnight bag on the boat ..... this will be taken up to our lodge at Waiorua.  All bedding & towels are provided.  Please bring your bathroom necessities.

Please note: the coastal walk is generally closed between 1 October & 31 March due to nesting seabirds.