Napier Is An Incredible City And Here Are 6 Reasons Why
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Napier Is An Incredible City And Here Are 6 Reasons Why

Wild Kiwi Team
By Wild Kiwi Team
on  June 05, 2018

Often referred to as the Art Deco city, Napier features some beautifully preserved architecture from the 1930s. As well as it being situated inside one of New Zealand’s most spectacular wine regions, we couldn’t resist incorporating this unique location into our Wild Kiwi Tour itinerary.

View of Napier Coastline

Enjoy A Wine Tasting Experience On Your Wild Kiwi Tour

Well, you can’t visit one of the best wine regions in the world without doing a wine tasting now can you? You’ll learn a lot about wine production and will even get to sample some of the local produce too!

Visit The National Aquarium Of New Zealand

Home to everything from penguins to piranhas, let’s just say you should prepare to come face to face with a wide variety of spectacular wild and aquatic life. Not to mention inside an oceanarium with a 1.5 million litre capacity!

Hire A Bike Or Book A Place On A Guided Walking Tour

Every street in Napier has a thousand different stories to tell. So, why not explore it on a guided bicycle or walking tour? Who knows it may lead you to somewhere slightly unexpected.

Challenge Your Road Trip Pals To A Game Of Mini Golf

A fun game to enjoy with friends, because who doesn’t love a round of mini golf?! Especially when the course has such incredible sea views!

Treat Yourself To An Incredible Meal

Why not make the most of locally sourced and seasonal produce? Choose from some amazing eateries and indulge for an unforgettable experience.

Stroll Interesting And Intriguing Art Deco Architecture Lined Streets

Napier’s streets are bustling with life and possess a distinctive ambience. You won’t struggle to find an array of gorgeous galleries and individual boutiques full to the brim with one-of-a-kind souvenirs that will perfectly encapsulate your time in this wonderful part of New Zealand.

Wine and beer brewed in New Zealand - Taste local delights in Napier

 

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