Marlborough, New Zealand
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Our most recommended Marlborough, New Zealand Walking Tours

  • Picton Self-Guided Audio Tour

    1. Picton Self-Guided Audio Tour

    Download a vibrant MP3 self-guided audio tour combined with a fully detailed map of the area of your tour. Enjoy the beautiful and serene area of Picton, where you will learn about the history of how the town was formed on the site of a former Māori settlement and where the Whaling Stations were located. In this audio tour, you will walk through the tranquil and recently renovated Picton Foreshore, and take in the amazing views of the seaside community. You will also see the Edwin Fox, the Whaling Harpoon, the Quay, the Victoria Doman, the War memorial Archway and the Sennen House. Picton is a lively yet peaceful city full of eclectic architecture and quirky features. 

  • Marlborough Sounds Guided Kayak and Freedom Walk Tour

    2. Marlborough Sounds Guided Kayak and Freedom Walk Tour

    Maximize your time in this brilliant area with a half day of guided sea kayaking, followed by a half day of freedom walking on the popular Queen Charlotte Track. Your day starts with a safety briefing and getting kitted up before heading down to the beach. After a quick paddling introduction, you’ll head out onto the water.   From Anakiwa, head off along the North Coastline towards Mistletoe Bay, where you’ll encounter some local bird life and, if you’re lucky, some marine mammals. Arrive at Mistletoe Bay around lunchtime, where you’ll say goodbye to your kayaks and guide and head off for your freedom walk.   Walk back to Anakiwa following old bridle paths high above the water along Queen Charlotte Track, offering you a very different perspective than from the water. Pass by stunning views, contrasting landscapes, historical landmarks, and a wonderful variety of native bush and wildlif...

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