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Napier & Hawkes Bay Holidays

A picturesque region studded with history

A beautiful destination where days are spent sipping divine wines, dining on sumptuous small plates, and hiking or kayaking near the mountains. Read more...

Top 5 things to do in Napier & Hawkes Bay

  1. Visit any number of wineries and vineyards; try some of the smaller wine houses too
  2. Join an experienced tour guide who will bring the traditions of the Maori people to life
  3. Visit the many forest reserves and beaches
  4. Paraglide from Te Mata Peak, in tandem with a qualified instructor
  5. Go golfing! A round at Cape Kidnappers, one of the world's top 20 courses, is well worth a visit

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Explore the Beauty of Napier & Hawkes Bay

The Hawkes Bay region of New Zealand is renowned for producing fruitful wines, but it’s so much more than simply another collection of sun-kissed vineyards. A visit to Napier, on the other hand, is like stepping back in time to the art deco era - a truly charming destination.

Made up of rural farmlands, mountain ranges and, of course, the gorgeous beaches that are so prominent on this island, it’s something quite special – a place of eclectic experiences.

Napier is a unique city that’s houses some of the best art deco buildings in the area which creates an interesting 1930s-style streetscape – in fact, it has the largest concentration of inner-city art deco buildings in the world. A charismatic place, it’s one of the highlights of Hawkes Bay.

Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the region with a bike ride through the scenic landscape, take a wine tour or visit Te Mata peak for astonishing views.

Why visit Napier and Hawke’s Bay?

  • The area is well-known for its celebrations of Matariki – the Maori New Year. It’s well worth visiting in time for this if you can – an unforgettable experience.
  • Check out some of the artisan suppliers of gourmet cuisine if you’re a food lover – you won’t be disappointed.
  • Some of the best beaches can be found here, and they stretch all the way from the Mahia Peninsula in the north to the southern region of Porangahau.
  • Spring is a particularly great season to visit in, when the orchards are in blossom and the daffodils are in bloom.
  • Napier has the largest concentration of inner-city art deco buildings in the world, so it’s a must if you’re a fan of beautiful architecture.

Napier & Hawkes Bay Information

There are a wide variety of things to see and do whilst staying in Napier & Hawkes Bay. Check out our travel guides for some of the highlights, top tips and travel inspiration from our New Zealand Sky Experts, along with some essential information you may need for your holiday.

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