Te Mata Peak
Te Mata Peak is a peak south of Hastings rising up to 399m in the Hawke's Bay region of New Zealand. A sealed road leads to the popular lookout at the summit, as well as several trails for hikers and mountain bikers.
As one of the best wine producing regions in the world, Napier is surrounded by premium vineyards that offer wine tasting & cellar door sales.
Cape Kidnappers is a headland at the southeastern extremity of Hawkes Bay on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island and sits at the end of an 8 km peninsula which protrudes into the Pacific Ocean. It is 20 km south-east of the city of Napier
Ahuriri Estuary Walking Track
Follow the track and board walk across the estuary. This estuary supports an interdependent community of wading birds, fish, mud dwellers and aquatic plant life. The board-walk stretches out across the water for good viewing. Take your binoculars.
Adjacent to the Pacific Ocean, Napier's Marine Parade is a destination in its own right. Visit the attractions, public gardens & art or just enjoy the sea
Bluff Hill Walkway & Lookout
This has to be one of the best vantage points for enjoying those superb views over the Port of Napier and beyond to Mahia Peninsula and Cape Kidnappers – and what a view it is. Bring your camera! You’ll see the Ruahine Ranges and the sweep of the Bay from Mahia Peninsula to Cape Kidnappers