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The drive to the top of this peak is winding and twisty and you keep thinking you are there but find there is another bend. However once at the top the view is incredible. The area is unspoilt and not full of eateries and tourist...More
If your in the Napier area this is a must see. Do not go to the top in a campervan as the road can get narrow in spots...but is not impossible if you want to brave it. Beautiful vista showing all of the Hawkes Bay....More
The highest peak behind Havelock North, with stunning views. The energetic can walk up - it is a fair hike, though - and good drivers can take the very narrow and winding road to the top. If you are in the area for a few...More
We had a drive up Te Mata as part of our one-day tour of the Napier port on our cruise. The view from the peak was awesome. The 360-degree nature experience will give you views of the bay, the plains where the cities are located...More
This is a must see in Hastings, you can drive all the way up to the top of the peak point. This is where you can see the best sites.
There are also some great walks near by ranging from 40mins to 2hr 15m.
We visited here today it was alittle rainy but still magical views would be a perfect place for a picnic. The road is narrow and windy so take it slow and keep to your side. The scenery up there is absolutely stunning what a gorgeous...More
I love beautiful views. And for past one year I have been doing Te mata peak walks with my friends. Really worth it. It take some time to get used to all the hike but there are options from beginners to pros.
Depends on whether you're carrying a lot of equipment or have younger kids. I'd say to allow 30 minutes if so. Maybe a bit more if you have some among you sort of side-tracking off the trail from time to time - I would... More
Depends on whether you're carrying a lot of equipment or have younger kids. I'd say to allow 30 minutes if so. Maybe a bit more if you have some among you sort of side-tracking off the trail from time to time - I would suggest that you take a snack and a wine as well - on a nice day the place just lends itself to a peaceful stop with refreshments while the kids run around nice and safe