Gisborne tours offer unique experiences to help make your vacation perfect. Take a Gisborne tour and let your tour guide show you the very best of New Zealand, while combining it with your chosen tour activity.
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Gisborne Tours provides tours to a wide range of destinations and attractions in the Wairoa, Waikaremoana, Gisborne, East Coast, Motu and Opotiki region. Historical, cultural, scenic, ecological, outdoor activity, adventure, golf and winery tours. Let our experienced staff show you around Eastland with their genuine and friendly service. We’re also available for charters, private hire, parties, hen nights etc....
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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.
The Gisborne Cycle Tour Company offer a variety of multi-day cycle tours catering to all riding abilities. Around our region there are miles upon miles of quiet sealed country roads and gravel roads which connect communities far and wide. Along the way we have many partners who provide accommodation and food for tired and hungry cyclists. id#03l03g14
Kirkpatrick Estate Winery is nestled close to where Kirkpatrick families have farmed for 150 years, on the world-renowned Patutahi Plateau, and is one of Gisborne’s terraced vineyards. Wines include Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Malbec, Merlot and Wild Rosé. With the expertise of NZ award-winning winemaker Anita Ewart-Croy, all six KEW wines have already become medal winners. ID#0d10c6
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