9:00AM to 1:00PM
TOUR DURATION 4 hours
Points of interest within this tour includes:
We start by introducing you to this Southern city by taking a quick look at some of the finer historic buildings in Dunedin, before we make our way out to the Peninsula.
We spend much of our time on the Otago Peninsula, a site favoured by Māori for its abundant food resources.
Learn about Māori cultural ancestry and how our people travelled to Aotearoa/New Zealand, and where they settled on arrival.
Understand the link between Māori and other Polynesian cultures in the South Pacific and their significance to New Zealand as a country today.
We tour sites of significance to learn about how the early Māori settlers to Muaupoko, the Otago Peninsula, thrived and prospered in a new land for centuries before the arrival of Europeans.
Pick-up and drop-off available from 20+ central city accommodations or the Dunedin i-SITE
Low to medium level of fitness required for this tour - 10 minute walks.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Light lunch, snacks, tea and coffee are provided on this tour.
Please wear closed-toed footwear and comfortable clothing.
Dunedin is often a windy and sometimes a wet city, we operate in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately.
Marae Waharoa (gateway)
View native New Zealand trees
Otakou - a local Maori marae
The Dunedin Railway Station
Otago Geology and Stone tool use