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After a major earthquake in 1931 much of Napier was rebuilt in the style of the day leading many to visit "The Bay" for the art deco buildings and Napier’s attractive waterfront with the distinctive Norfolk Pines.
And the wines! Superb vineyards abound, many of them with cellar door shops & tastings. Hawke’s Bay is one of New Zealand’s warmest, driest regions and this has made it one of the country’s leading producers of wine; notably red wines – cabernet sauvignon, merlot and syrah – but also with some quite stunning whites At last count the region has some 90 wineries!
Hastings is surrounded by luscious orchards and don’t miss a trip up Te Mata Peak for an amazing vista. An excursion to Cape Kidnappers is well worth the effort too.
Other Rural Hawkes Bay
Prices from $70 to $150
Off state highway 5 - 45 minutes North of Napier; 1hr from Taupo
Mohaka River Farm is a rural retreat located on a 300 acre farm on the Mohaka River, 45 minutes North of Napier, 1hr from Taupo with accommodation, farm experiences and hors trekking.
We pride ourselves on offering some of the finest horse treks in the country with incredible views. Wind your way through the peaceful pine forest, traverse across lush farmland, or meander by the flowing water of the river! Our horses and guides will take you on an outdoor adventure unlike any other.
Our horse guides cater to complete novices through to experienced riders.
Phone: 06 834 9756
Address: 408 McVicar Road, RD2, Napier
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