Squeezed between two giants, a dramatic point where the Southern Alps and Pacific Ocean meet.
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100% Success rate for Seal Viewing! Voted "Top Choice" Lonely Planet, Kaikoura's Original Kayak Operator Est:1998. Paddle with playful Fur Seals, have chance encounters with dusky dolphins and blue penguins on our 1/2 day guided tours in a real sea kayak!
Swim with wild New Zealand fur seals in the shallow bays of the beautiful Kaikoura Peninsula. This is an experience you do not want to miss! No experience necessary.
Swim with and watch wild dolphins in Kaikoura
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11.7 km return | 3 hours return
Whale Watch is a multiple national and international award winning New Zealand nature-based Tourism Company owned and operated by the indigenous Ngāti Kuri people of Kaikōura, a Māori sub-tribe of the South Island's larger Ngāi Tahu Tribe.
Superb views over the Kaikoura Plain and Peninsula reward those who climb on Mt Fyffe.
This track starts at the Mt Fyffe carpark. It is a 45-minute loop through an unusual forest with a number of large hinau trees.
This rugged 2-3 day trip over Kowhai Saddle is typical Kaikoura country.