PLEASE NOTE: This tour is not available at the moment.
Discover the magic of Cape Kidnappers – join our experienced guides and visit the largest mainland gannet colony in the world!
$48.00 Adults, $26.00 Children 4-15yrs, under 4 free
Students - $37.00 (with ID)
Shuttle Service (from Napier, Hastings or Havelock North i-SITEs)
This is a unique, fun eco-experience tour that is suitable for all ages and fitness levels, with personalised service and guides who point out the natural and geological wonders of the area.
With over 60 years’ experience, Gannet Beach Adventures provides a 4 hour mild adventure, travelling along the majestically rugged coastline from Clifton to Cape Kidnappers. During the tour you will:
A ride with Gannet Beach Adventures can be many things – a nice day beside the sea, an opportunity to view the amazing wildlife, or a trip back in time as told by the layers in the coastal cliffs. Put them all together and it is a special experience – come and see for yourself!
The tour operates in all weather conditions. Suitable footwear and clothing is required - e.g. hat and sunscreen for sunny days, and light rain jacket or wet weather gear for wet days. Guests are welcome to bring their own refreshments.
A moderate level of fitness is required. The walk to the lighthouse and upper Gannet colonies is optional. Viewing the gannets from the trailer deck is guaranteed with a compulsory stop at the Black Reef colony on the beach.
Tour is tide dependent, times will be confirmed at time of booking
Make a booking enquiry and a Napier i-SITE consultant will contact you shortly with booking details.
All bookings are subject to availability and will be confirmed after booking has been received.
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