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  1. Swimming with Dolphins (Black Cat Cruises)

    Swimming with Dolphins (Black Cat Cruises)

    Voted by Lonely Planet as one of the ‘Top 10 Marine Mammal Experiences in The World’! Swimming with Dolphins (Black Cat Cruises) is the ultimate dolphin experience, swimming in the wild with the endangered Hector’s Dolphin- the world’s rarest and smallest dolphin. Located in stunning Akaroa, just 90 minutes from Christchurch, it is the only place in the world where you can get up close with New Zealand’s Hector's dolphin. Our experience and dedication to our local environment delivers a New Zealand must-do activity. Operating year-round, everything is provided for your comfort and safety: - Purpose-built swimming boats - Wet suits - Masks - Changing facilities with hot...
  2. Pohatu Penguins - 4WD Scenic Sea-kayaking Safari

    Pohatu Penguins - 4WD Scenic Sea-kayaking Safari

    After a scenic 4WD van trip over the 2d highest pass on Banks Peninsula to Pohatu Marine Reserve our large fleet of safe stable doubles and some singles will give you the opportunity to enjoy this beautiful location in a way that only kayaking can allow. You will be taken on a wildlife adventure to find various seabirds, see curious New Zealand fur seals with pups playing in rocks pools, Little penguins and possibly even spot the world's smallest dolphin gliding under your kayak. There is much to see and explore, even the inexperienced can enjoy under the guidance of our experienced knowledgeable guides. On very calm days, deep sea-caves can be explored and for the more fit the wild...
  3. Akaroa Dolphins | Harbour Nature Cruises

    Akaroa Dolphins | Harbour Nature Cruises

    Let our friendly crew, including our dolphin spotting dogs, take you on a journey of discovery through the long history of Akaroa Harbour and its inhabitants. Our luxurious & stable, low-lying catamaran ensures you have a closer encounter with the Hector’s dolphins, as well as New Zealand fur seals, penguins, seabirds, sea caves and other spectacular volcanic formations. Over the past 12 months, we’ve had a 98% success rate with dolphin sightings. If you’re among the rare few who don’t see dolphins, you can cruise again with us for free. On arrival, you will be offered a complimentary drink, including award-winning New Zealand wine, beer, low & non-alcoholic options. On the way home you...
  4. ecoseaker Dolphin Swimming Akaroa

    ecoseaker Dolphin Swimming Akaroa

    Come and join us on one of our small friendly personal tours and experience the magic of your dolphin swim with an intimate group of only 12 guests per trip. And swim with the world's rarest and smallest ocean going dolphin - The Hectors (New Zealand) Dolphin. We are a small local family business and offer longer trips to maximise your experience and your value for money, a 90.5% success rate. We provide warm wetsuits, mask & snorkel, hot chocolate & biscuits.
  5. Akaroa Adventure Centre - Bike Hire

    Akaroa Adventure Centre - Bike Hire

    Discover our french village with all its cafes, boutiques, historic buildings. Visit some of the main landmarks like the historic Akaroa lighthouse, Britomart Monument with fantastic views of French Bay. Cycle to Onuku, a little Maori Village, about 3km from Akaroa. Take a picnic and enjoy the sea views. You may spot a dolphin from the shore. Bike hire available from Akaroa Adventure Centre: $15 per hour $35 half day (4 hour) $60 full day hire A helmet and city map is included.
  6. Scary Slippery Slides

    Scary Slippery Slides

    The slides are one of the many features at The Little River Campground. While the kids play you can walk through ancient forest on boardwalks, keeping you off the forest floor. There are plenty of walks, picnic areas and close by attractions, such as dolphin swimming , the rail trail cycle track, Akaroa village and many more. The camp is a back to basic kiwi camp with secluded, sheltered sites for campervans and tents A perfect place to start or finish your tour of New Zealand. Leave to the sound of bellbirds and the river and not traffic and slamming van doors.