Farewell Spit Eco Tours

Farewell Spit has been a sanctuary since the 1930s with over 90 species of birds, most importantly the waders.

$120.00 - $165.00

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The geography is unique, the history is fascinating, but the birds give Farewell Spit its world-wide fame.

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Tour times are determined by the tide, so departures could be early enough to experience a seaside sunrise or late enough to soak in a sunset on your return. Tour duration is 5 1/2 hours. Experience the changing landscapes, seascapes and skies as you journey in our purpose built 4wd buses to a place where nature is paramount and city life is a million miles away.

Tours include visits of Wader feeding grounds on the intertidal plain, a historic Lighthouse, a Gannet Colony at the end of the earth and Cape Farewell, the most Northern point on the South Island.


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Physical address

Farewell Spit Eco Tours, 6 Tasman Street, Collingwood, Nelson, 7073, New Zealand.

Opening times

Business hours:
Office hours 8.00am-5.00pm, days. Daily trip departure times are set by the tide time and length of daylight hours.
Months of operation:
All months of the year

Pricing and Conditions

Adult $120.00 - $165.00

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