Stretching from the Mahia Peninsula to Cape Kidnappers, Hawke’s Bay is a mesmerizing region on the east coast of New Zealand. This sunny region is best described as ‘Wine Country’ with around 70 vineyards and is equally famous are its lovely beaches. You will surely fall in love with Hawke’s Bay art deco architecture notably Municipal Theatre in Napier, the Hawke’s Bay Opera House in Hastings and the Daily Telegraph Building. The more you explore this region, the more enchanted you will be left. The Hawke’s Bay Travel Guide gives information on many more fabulous attractions that you should not miss on your trip.
The travel guide on Hawke’s Bay recommends you to visit the wine and food festivals, the golden sand beaches for surfing and swimming, Napier’s National Aquarium of New Zealand, squeaky clean rivers and open-air concerts. Cycle through the countryside for a refreshing experience. If you are an adventure lover then indulge in jet boating, hot air ballooning, paragliding, and hiking. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, holidaying with friends or family or a solo traveller interested in adventure, Hawke’s Bay Travel Guide has great suggestions for you.