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Take a short boat ride to visit one of NZ’s most restricted wildlife sanctuaries. Moutohorā (also known as Whale Island) is home to a number of endangered bird species such as the Saddleback, Kakariki (NZ parakeet), and the Little Brown Kiwi. It is also home to NZ’s living dinosaur, the Tuatara, and three other species of lizard. Visitors to the island will learn about the island’s cultural significance to the local Māori iwi which had a village based on the island in pre-European times. Along with spectacular views and beautiful flora, visitors can dig their own personal spa on the island’s secluded hot water beach.
Moutohorā: Island Sanctuary, 15 The Strand East, Whakatāne, Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, 3120, New Zealand.
- Jam kerja:
- 6.30am - 9pm
- Waktu operasional:
- Setiap bulan sepanjang tahun
Fasilitas dan Fitur
- Jarak ke bandara:
- Jarak ke terminal bus wisata:
- Jarak ke kota:
Harga dan Syarat
(15 tahun ke bawah)
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- Our tours to Moutohorā operate on a daily basis, however, are subject to weather and demand. Bookings are essential.