Kapiti Island Boat TripsCapitolian Island boat trips
Me and my man used to spend the weekends on Kapiti Island, something we always wanted to do. Then we took the boat to the lodge, where we were welcomed by our kind family. And two tacahe, who were roaming the lawn during our sojourn!
The comprehensive information of our owners about the country and the birdlife was instructive and amusing, a cup of coffee and bikky in the chalet was often eaten with a chat among the family. Also the hikes in the northern part of the island were very nice. There will be enough rest for you to unwind, explore the island or go to the shore and return to the lunch at the lunch break.
Will you be ready to spend your free day observing the worka scanavenge, bathing the redbreast powder and trying to rob the caca of your caca!
Cape Island Nature Tours, Wellington Region, NZ
Komiti Island is one of New Zealand..... An overnight accomodation is definitely worth it. Wonderful vistas in all directions. from Kapiti Island Nature Tours: That was probably the number 1 of our two-week journey from the USA to New Zealand. The three dinners with the other visitors that evening and tomorrow, most of whom came from New Zealand, enabled some of us to get to know each other and even make new friends over the mileage.
Luckily we found these endemic species, among them a small speckled kiwifruit and a small bluish nymphen. Enjoying the walk in the northern part and the view from the summit to the east and back to the northern island (not as sharp as the walk in the centre of the island), I got to know the tree and other bush.
from Kapiti Island Natural Tours: So, if it appears on the card, you may remain. Then, by boat to the north end and the marvellous warmth of the hosts. There were no kiwi's sighted on the stroll that evening, but it was still magic to hear their shouts and also the incredible sound of these very small little bluish-penguines.
Do not miss it if you are a bird lover, want to enjoy great food and accommodation and can come to Kapiti and spend the night. It is a one-of-a-kind way to see the fauna on this breathtaking island. In small groups you can spend the night and see the kiwis in the wilderness just behind the Iodge!
We' re going to the sleepover. We hiked to the Tuteremoana (highest summit of the island) on the first morning, in the middle of the evening we remained in the kiwi viewing area. The next morning we went to the summit at the Northend. This is a magic event! We were so fortunate that we saw some very unusual birdlife and took some great pictures (Kokako, Takahe, Kiwi, Tieke and many more).
Like in another worid, when we were jumping ashore from a small boat, we saw and heard bird run around the floor, floating over the treetops. It was very humiliating to be in the outback and on the island's summits and to be a part of what NZ once was.
Accommodation and meals were great and I always went off the desk completely happy. Vikki, rata ou ki ni kga na kamaihi, kaiitiaki hooki or te mau tappu or Kapiti! We' re doing the kiwifruit spottin' trip over night and it was incredible.