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Things to do in Kaikoura, New Zealand

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Things to do in Kaikoura

Whale Watching Flights

Whale watching by aeroplane offers a unique perspective and the opportunity to view whales and dolphins in their natural environment. From the air passengers can experience the true magnitude of the world’s largest mammal, the whale. These animals can reach an impressive 18 metres in length and weigh up to 60 tonne!

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Whale Watching by Sea

Whale Watch is New Zealand's only vessel-based whale watching company offering visitors an exciting up-close encounter with the world’s largest toothed predator the Giant Sperm Whale in their natural environment at all times of the year. Whale Watch scheduled tours operate daily.

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Dolphin and Albatross Encounter and Cafe

Encounter Kaikoura specialises in providing an exhilarating experience of swimming or watching wild dusky dolphins in their natural environment off the Kaikoura coast.

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Peninsula Seal Colony Kaikoura

Head up the hill from Point Kean car park to the viewing platform for panoramic views of Kaikoura and the seal colony. Carry on along the Kaikoura Peninsula Walkway to enjoy the best views of the seal colony below you.

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Scenic Walks around Kaikoura

There are many scenic walks on offer, the most popular being the Peninsula walk which goes from the Seal Colony at Jimmy Armers Beach through to South Bay Reserve and offers a easy to moderate half day walk. Short walks explore the peninsula as well as the slopes of Mount Fyffe. There is an interesting symmetry here. You can stand on the beach or the peninsula in the morning with an excellent view of Mount Fyffe. By afternoon, you can be standing on Mount Fyffe, which affords you the reverse view of the peninsula. Longer walks in the area include the Kōwhai-Hāpuku circuit, a 2-3 day route that follows two river valleys behind Mount Fyffe, or the easier, private Kaikoura Coast Track further south. On foot, it is less than an hour’s walk from Kaikoura to the Peninsula Walkway. The Mount Fyffe tracks are too far to walk to, although a shuttle bus currently provides transport.

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Kaikoura Golf Club

Kaikoura’s golf course is nestled between the magnificent vista of the Seaward Kaikoura Mountains and the ocean waters of the Pacific Ocean.

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Seal Swim Kaikoura

Snorkelling with wild New Zealand Fur Seals, in the shallow waters of the beautiful Kaikoura Peninsula, truly is a unique experience. It's one of those simple nature experiences that opens your mind to the sheer magnificence of our natural environment and its amazing inhabitants. A breathtaking nature activity and recently listed as one of the world's 'Top 10 Marine Encounters' by Lonely Planet.

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Panorama Motel

Address: 266 The Esplanade
Kaikoura, New Zealand

Phone: +64-3-319 5053 | 0800 288 299

Email: stay@panoramamotel.co.nz

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