What is Hawkes Bay known for?
Blessed with fertile soils and a warm, temperate climate, Hawkes Bay is among New Zealands leading producers of wine; notably red wines – cabernet sauvignon, merlot and syrah – and stunning chardonnays.
What is there to do in Hawkes Bay in the winter?
We think these 5 things are great to do in Hawkes Bay during winter:Take the guided Art Deco Walk through Napier, the Art Deco Capital. Get on your bike! Dine al fresco in Ahuriri. Check out the view from atop Te Mata Peak. Head off the beaten track and take a bush walk.More items •May 26, 2017
What is there to do in Hawkes Bay for families?
Here are some great activities and attractions in Hawkes Bay for the whole family to enjoy.Arataki Honey Visitor Centre.Bay Skate.Boutique Horse Treks.Gannet Beach Adventures.Gannet Safaris Overland.Hawkes Bay Farmyard Zoo.Hooters Vintage Car Tours.Mohaka Rafting.More items
Can you walk to Cape Kidnappers?
The walk can only be attempted around low tide, and high tides and big seas will block the beach access.
Is Cape Kidnappers worth visiting?
Cape Kidnappers is a wonderful place to visit and is home to the worlds largest mainland gannet colony. Reaching the Cape Kidnappers gannet colony and best coastline views can only be achieved at low tide by following the Cape Kidnappers Track (5 hours return) from Clifton.
How high is Te Mata Peak?
399 m Te Mata Peak/Elevation
What bird colony would you see at Cape Kidnappers?
gannet colony The largest gannet colony in the world is right here at Cape Kidnappers, and the Australasian Gannet is an interesting bird with a yellow neck and white body, famous for a small dance - a male when he arrives in the nest tangles the long yellow neck with a female, and this habit is one of the most photographed poses of