Cuando visites la región de Wairarapa, asegurate de vivir algunas de estas experiencias.
Filled with colonial charm, Martinborough has more than 30 wineries, most within walking distance from the picturesque town square, which is arranged in the shape of the flag of England. Some of New Zealand's best pinot noir comes from the village's family-owned vineyards.
Greytown is a Victorian country town with a metropolitan flair. Founded in 1854, it was New Zealand's first planned inland town. In recent years, it has transformed into a sophisticated town with free Wi-Fi hotspots along its main street.
Carterton was founded in 1857 and is becoming increasingly recognized as an artistic center.
Masterton is a dynamic and family town, the largest of the five that make up Wairarapa. For a long time, it was also an important center serving the surrounding farms.
Castlepoint wild beach vacations are part of the local Wairarapa culture.
Pukaha Mount Bruce is where some of New Zealand's endangered species are raised and returned to the wild.
Cape Palliser is the southernmost point of the North Island. Grab your camera, something for the picnic, and plan your day.
Vacations on the wild beaches of Castlepoint are part of the local culture of Wairarapa.
Cape Palliser is the southernmost point of the North Island. Grab your camera, go on a picnic, and enjoy your day.