"Actually I would advise anyone who thinks about it just to do it". That was something Lee-Anne told us when we were asked to jump off the waka and swim to the beach. And that was exactly what I needed to jump fully clothed into...More
We originally wanted to kayak out to Split Apple Rock, but our children were too young. So we decided to book the waka experience. It was amazing and I'm so glad we did it! Lee-Anne was a fabulous guide. She was full of interesting stories...More
Canoeing trip in Tasman bay from Kaiteriteri was an amazing experience, those who feel uncomfortable kayaking in the ocean, go on this one, two canoes are tied with a horizontal bar which keeps it more stable in the ocean, it was safe even for two...More
Took our 8 year old twins for a water adventure on the waka. Absolutely incredible experience from start to finish! Lee Anne our guide was the most incredible welcoming lady! We had an awesome cultural Maori experience, we were welcomed in Maori, she sang to...More
Our family did this trip with another family visiting from overseas. Keri was our guide, and he shared a lot of information about the local area with us. We had 3 kids with us, ages 3-12, and everyone enjoyed this experience. The fruit leather made...More
Lee Anne was amazing! She shared with us some of her maori roots, which was incredible. We went to beach where the magnificent ''split apple rock'' is located, and also caves which we could explore. I would definitely recommend this trip to anyone! Thank you!
This was a fantastic experience. Learned a lot about the Maori culture and the area. The staff were amazing and made the experience so much better. This is a must do activity!
Really enjoyable morning. Our guide and tutor (Leanne) was great. Nice to understand some of the Maori traditions and to learn to paddle the Waka. Would have loved to have spent longer here and would definitely visit again. Highly recommended!
Kia ora! Thank you so much. Maybe we will have full day trip when you come back
Our host, Lee Anne, was amazing! We were a group of 10, 5 adults and 5 children, ages 6-10. The trip was fantastic: from sharing the Maori culture to the history of the place, great waka paddling. When we got to the split apple rock,...More
Kia ora koutou! A wonderful morning, I hope you come back again.
I liked it, because we went to a bay where you could explore caves! That's because I thought it was awesome and incredible. I also found keeping up paddling with the others was hard but I didn't have to. THANKS!
Kia ora! Thank you so much for your review :) I love it!