Join us on this tour designed by Lyndon Perriman, former wildlife ranger for the Otago Peninsula for over 30 years! Designed for those that are nature enthusiasts, for those that want to see and learn as much as possible about the environment, the species we see and the places we visit. Gain unique insights into the cultural connection of the people of this land as we travel to remote areas of the Otago Peninsula weaving many stories and visiting significant sites to Māori along our near 100km return journey.
Pick up from I-SITE Dunedin and drop off to hotel
A low level of fitness is required for this tour, but we do walk on some uneven ground and our walk down to the penguin viewing platform is a walk of around 150m and there are around 30 in-built steps to climb up and down.
No meals are provided on this tour. We suggest visitors eat before the start of the tour or bring a few snacks. The tour length is approximately 5 hours.
The tour includes viewing of a range of wildlife species, some species are more regularly seen that others and abundance does vary with seasons.
Penguin arrival time does vary from night to night, and we highly recommend our guests come prepared by wearing extra layers of clothing. It often gets cold when the sun goes down.