Ao visitar a região de Wairarapa, não deixe de experimentar algumas dessas atividades.
Full of colonial charm, Martinborough has more than 30 wineries, most within walking distance of the exotic village square, which is represented at Union Jack. Some of New Zealand's best pinot noirs come from the vineyards owned by friendly families in the city.
Greytown is a metropolitan-style Victorian country village. Established in 1854, it was the first planned city in the interior of New Zealand, but in recent years it has been transformed into a sophisticated village with free Wi-Fi spots on its Main Street.
Carterton was established in 1857 and is quickly becoming known as an art center.
Masterton , the largest of the five municipalities that make up Wairarapa, is a friendly, vibrant and family-friendly city. It has long been an important service center for farms in the region.
Spending your holidays on Castlepoint's wild beach is part of the local culture of Wairarapa.
Pukaha Mount Bruce is where some of New Zealand's endangered species are bred and returned to the wild.
Cape Palliser is the southernmost point on North Island. Take your camera, prepare things for a picnic and spend the day there.
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.