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  • Farewell Spit - Off the beaten track

    Farewell Spit - Off the beaten track

    Farewell Spit is the longest natural sandbar in the world and can be found at the wild and windswept northernmost point of New Zealand's South Island. The Spit is regarded as a Wetland of International Importance and as such is protected by New Zealand's Department of Conservation. No private access…
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  • Farewell Spit - Off the beaten track : New Zealand Tourism Guide

    …The Spit is regarded as a Wetland of International Importance and as such is protected by New Zealand's Department of Conservation. No private access is permitted, although you can join organised tours. Please recommend us. * Map * Directions * Contact Get directions to and from Farewell Spit - Off…

  • Farewell Spit, New Zealand : Farewell Spit, Golden Bay, New Zealand

    …in its shallow waters. Farewell Spit is regarded as a Wetland of International Importance and is protected by New Zealand's Department of Conservation. No private access is permitted and only two tour operators are allowed to conduct tours there. These organised tours not only give visitors access…

  • Golden Bay New Zealand, Golden Bay Nelson New Zealand

    …the local Māori tribe (iwi). The easy walkways have interpretive panels. Farewell Spit is another 'must do'. It's a nature reserve on a sand spit jutting into the Tasman Sea. You can walk on the base of the spit, and there are excellent 4WD (four-wheel drive) safaris (based in Collingwood)…

  • Nelson New Zealand History, Historical Places in Nelson New Zealand

    …the extreme northern tip of the South Island, Farewell Spit stretches more than 30 kilometres into the Tasman Sea and is an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Māori name for the spit is 'Onetahua', meaning 'heaped up sand'. Farewell Spit has been a bird sanctuary since the 1930s and…

  • Nelson Activities New Zealand, Things to Do in Nelson NZ

    …workings, regenerating forest and a fine patch of mature bush * Take a guided safari to Farewell Spit—a bird sanctuary and wetland of international importance. You can walk on the base of the spit or take a 4WD safari along to the lighthouse * Wharariki Beach has a wild and beautiful coastal…

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