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Offers dive trips around the Sounds taking in marine reserves and various wrecks including the Mikhail Lermontov, plus diver training. Snorkelling seal-swims also available ($150).
The Nydia Track (27km, 10 hours) starts at Kaiuma Bay and ends at Duncan Bay (or vice versa)...
Ferries depart and arrive at Picton Ferry Terminal, where both ferry companies have booking desks. The terminal houses a cafe, public showers, phones and internet facilities.
Offers Queen Charlotte Track and Sounds accommodation transfers and scenic flights, plus flights and trips to Nelson, Abel Tasman National Park and across to Wellington.
Two microtheatres within the Eco World Aquarium building bring Werner Herzog and associates to small-town New Zealand. The manager deserves a medal.
The primary purpose of this centre is animal rehabilitation: all sorts of critters come here for fix-ups and rest-ups, and the odd bit of hanky-panky! Special specimens include NZ's 'living dinosaur' – the tuatara – ...
Purportedly the world’s ninth-oldest surviving wooden ship, the Edwin Fox was built near Calcutta and launched in 1853...
Pretty much anywhere, on demand, for groups of four or more.
Two- to eight-hour cruise adventures, including the classic 'Magic Mail Run', plus walking, biking and resort lunch options and round-trip track transport.
Host of the popular and flexible one- to three-day 'multisport' trips (kayak/walk/cycle) plus many other guided and independent biking, tramping and kayaking tours, including a remote Ship Cove paddle...
Water taxi and sightseeing trips around Queen Charlotte, on demand.
Half-day ‘swim with dolphins’ trips, and various other wildlife tours including trips to Motuara Island.
Queen Charlotte Track transport, plus various half- and full-day cruise/walk trips, including the rather special (and flexible) eco-cruise to Motuara Island and a day walk from Resolution Bay to Furneaux Lodge.
Bike-walk-kayak trips, with options to suit every inclination and duration. A top day option is the kayak and hike ($175). Bikes, kayaks, stand-up paddle boards and camping equipment also available.
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