Kapiti Island rests majestically 5 kilometres off shore, awaiting your discovery.
An internationally celebrated nature reserve and one of New Zealand’s most valuable natural assets, Kapiti is a protected sanctuary for native birds such as the endangered national bird, the Kiwi. The island is also home to some of our most rare plants and animals. Take a day trip to Kapiti Island with one of the local tour operators – we would be happy to set this up for you.
The island has a number of excellent walking tracks, varying in difficulty and length. A tour guide is definitely the best way to immerse yourself in the rich history of Kapiti Island and the creatures that call it home.
Kapiti Island Tour Information
Kapiti Island Nature Tours - www.kapitiislandnaturetours.co.nz
Kapiti Tours - www.kapititours.co.nz
Kapiti Marine Charters - www.kapitimarinecharter.co.nz
Department of Conservation Kapiti Island Information - www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/places-to-visit/wellington-kapiti/kapiti/kapiti-island-nature-reserve/plan-and-prepare/arranging-a-visit-to-kapiti-island/