From Akaroa, this 1 hour working Alpaca Farm Tour PLUS a 3 hour local highlights sightseeing tour is great value. 2 - 5 people on a private experience of total awesome!!Travelling in comfort with light refreshments provided while you travel, join your professional driver/guide as you experience these adorable animals.Later take in the stunning beauty and history that is Akaroa and Bank Peninsula in our Akaroa highlights package.You driver/guide knows all the right places to visit, many places no bus can stop or reach.Stop for pictures whenever you want to stop and not be dictated to by a bus driver. ** More than 4/5 people in your group? Larger groups by arrangement - ask for a quote.**A private dedicated tour with the experts…..and a proud full member of ProguidesNZ.
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Stop At: Okains Bay Maori & Colonial Museum, 1146 Okains Bay Rd, Okains Bay 7583, New Zealand
Probably the most authentic Maori and Colonial museums in New Zealand. Nestled in the heart of Okaines Bay this trip back in time when the Maori and the British settlers first arrived in Banks (Island) Peninsula will enthral you. Hand carved canoes, farming equipment and relics of the first settlers swamp this home of history. Wander the grounds, explore the nooks and crannies….be amazed!
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Barrys Bay Cheese, 5807 Christchurch Akaroa Road Barrys Bay, Akaroa 7582 New Zealand
You'll be warmly welcomed at this true 'local' cheese factory.
When Barrys Bay Cheese produced its first cheddar in 1895, it was just one of nine small, family-owned dairy cooperatives dotted around Banks Peninsula. Life was quite a challenge then, so the original hard doers at Barrys Bay weren’t alone in turning their hand to creating something useful from an abundant natural resource.
One by one, those little family dairy businesses eventually fell by the wheyside, so to speak, leaving the Barrys Bay factory near Duvauchelles as the last outpost of traditional cheese making on the Peninsula. To ensure the continuation of our cheese making tradition, we built a new factory at Barrys Bay in the early 1950s, the very same factory you come across today on your way to Akaroa. Step inside, sample the cheese made on the premises, watch the men or women at work.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Shamarra Alpacas, 328 Wainui Main Rd, Akaroa 7582, New Zealand
This must see working Alpaca farm is unique for its breeding and collection of the fine, pure alpaca fleece. Wander the shop for crafted garments made from the fleece grown on the property.
Duration: 1 hour
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Most travelers can participate
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
- Bottled water - NZ Bottled Spring water and snack on board
- WiFi on board
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Entry/Admission - Okains Bay Maori & Colonial Museum
- Entry/Admission - Shamarra Alpacas
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