Gisborne Nature and Eco Tourism
Gisborne enjoys a great selection of nature attractions and eco tourism sites. Experience breathtaking scenery, see amazing natural wildlife and explore the pristine beauty of our clean green country.
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We specialise in scenic flights, hunting and fishing safaris and services to the Eastland's vast wilderness areas. Guides and equipment available for outdoor activities. Ten minute scenic flights over Gisborne and beaches for groups up to 4. Heli-fishing to excellent fishing spots on the east coast from the rocks or up the river for trout. Well experienced crew. id#16c09f13
Mobile-friendly - Eastwoodhill Arboretum, the National Arboretum of NZ, encompasses 131 hectares of exotic and native trees, shrubs and climber plantings. Visitor services include a natural adventure playground, walking trails for all levels of fitness, the nationally significant Homestead Garden, accommodation, guided tours, function venue and catering services. Eastwoodhill Arboretum is a top visitor destination in Gisborne attracting over 8,000 visitors annually.
Mobile-friendly - The Haurata experience is perfect for family holidays, walking groups or adventurous travellers. Two accommodation types available: The luxurious Farm House and the Backpacker Cottage. Both provide everything you'll need. Enjoy some of the best views of Gisborne and its hinterland on our Haurata Walks. There are short walks and long walks available. Experience the best of New Zealand.
Surfit offers a unique experience, snorkeling with the sharks!! Our cage floats on the surface enabling even the novice to enter the cage and be able to stand chest deep in the water.Clad in a wetsuit and wearing a weight belt adventurers are able to move to the bottom of the cage and view sharks taking live baits. ID#1d41c0
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