"Rolling vineyards to stunning coastline...we were treated to a feast of scenic views"

October 2, 2018

"Well done Tour Shop, this is a trip that will always be remembered!" 

 

We couldn't be happier with our latest TripAdvisor feedback from our recent guests to the Matakana region.

 

Spring has sprung in New Zealand, which means longer days of sunshine and warmer temperatures - leaving you with an urge to escape the city, avoid the crowds and head to the coast.

 

We have had several tours up to the Matakana region recently and we have loved meeting you all. 

 

It is a jam-packed day so that you can experience authentic NZ life in the region, and includes the following itinerary: 

Starting with a visit to the bustling farmer's market in Matakana - it is a perfect opportunity to sample food & drink from local artisan producers, and stock up on souvenirs. We then get up close and personal with local wildlife - feeding the eels! There is an abundance of vineyards in the region, so a perfect excuse to take you for some wine tasting at Ascension Vineyards and Sculptureum. Whilst at Sculptureum - we allow plenty of time to enjoy the incredible sculpture park, gardens and galleries. Finally, we head to the coast and visit Goat Island Marine Reserve, with an opportunity to experience Clearyaking (weather permitting).  We will have worked up quite an appetite by then, so top the day off with the freshest fish & chip lunch you can find, and an option for a craft beer at the Saw Mill Brewery or a visit to a Warkworth Honey Centre.

 

The day's itinerary can certainly be tailored to you, if you have something in mind. But trust us when we say - we really do take you to the very best of the region! Just jump on TripAdvisor to read the reviews and hear about the highlights. 

 

 

 

 

 

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