On the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island sits Hawke’s Bay, a haven for nature lovers with amazing beaches and unique architectural treasures. As well as culinary treats – the well-established vineyards and wineries are home to some of New Zealand’s best-known wines.

One of the world’s Art Deco capitals, with wonderful weather and the great outdoors just begging to be explored.

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New Zealand has built an excellent reputation for wine, and much of that comes from Hawke’s Bay. Take a private wine tour and visit vineyards to learn more about this heritage – and sample the vintages.


Hawke’s Bay is home to the world’s largest colony of gannets, on Cape Kidnappers. And if you’re looking for cultural landmarks, Napier is worth a visit too, with Art Deco buildings and Maori motifs.


If you want to escape and explore, there are plenty of options. Rent a vintage car, go rafting or take it at a more leisurely pace by hiring bicycles. There are mountains, forests and sweeping countryside to discover.

For a taste of local home-grown produce, Hawke’s Bay is home to New Zealand’s oldest farm market, held every Sunday in the Showgrounds in Hastings. 

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