Kaikoura Region

South Island

Kaikoura Region

Squeezed between two giants, a dramatic point where the Southern Alps and Pacific Ocean meet.

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Paikea & whale

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.

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West End Carpark, Kaikoura

Overnight Campervan Parking

West End Carpark, Kaikoura

Overnight Campervan Parking

Superb views over the Kaikoura Plain and Peninsula reward those who climb on Mt Fyffe.

Kaikoura TOP 10 sites with stunning mountain views

Kaikoura Top 10 extends a warm welcome to this maritime wonderland.

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1 hr 45 mins return

Lobster Inn

Motor Lodge and Campground

Lobster Inn

Motor Lodge and Campground

Where the mountains meet the sea!

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Farmland from the Lower Mt Fyffe Lookout

4 km return | 2 hours return

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Nick Morrison

New Zealand

Take the 1 minute drive down Kiwa Rd, directly off State Highway. Fantastic rest areas and one of Kaikoura's most consistent surf spots. Jump in the water or just take time next to the mighty Pacific Ocean.

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Hinau Track

Mount / Mt Fyffe Walk

Hinau Track

Mount / Mt Fyffe Walk

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.

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