10% Discount Akaroa Coastal Adventures-Southern Wanderer
Akaroa is a small seaside settlement, 80 kilometers by road from Christchurch. The Maori name translates as 'long bay' and refers to the harbour, in the crater of an extinct volcano that has been flooded by the sea. The township was founded in 1840 as the only attempt by the French to colonise New Zealand.
Our trips visit places where the volcanic formation of the Banks Peninsula and the effects of erosion by waves and weather are vividly displayed. We pass historic sites of national significance and observe native flora and fauna, from palm trees to penguins, albatrosses to whatever else is out there in their wild and natural habitats.
Please let us know when booking if you have a particular interest, e.g. geology, seabirds, landscape photography, etc... We will do our best to tailor each trip to suit the preferences of the passengers on board. Of course, the weather and sea conditions will also influence where we go and what we see.
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