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Situated right in the heart of the Tasman Great Taste Trail, Mapua and Rabbit Island is the perfect location to explore some of New Zealand's amazing cycle trails. Take in some of the region’s most popular day adventures with stunning scenery, wineries, breweries and plenty of history to explore.
From the Mapua Wharf, the Mapua Ferry whisks you over to Rabbit Island where the peace and quiet will give you time to clear your head. Spend as long as you want exploring the white sandy beaches and trails around the island or carry on cycling towards Richmond crossing farmland, a swing bridge and amazing boardwalks over the estuary. It pays not to forget to visit an award winning winery or brewery for lunch along the route.
When you arrive to collect your bike, you will be kitted out with all the equipment you need to enjoy your day including a detailed map fitted to your handlebars which also highlights all the great food and beverage stops along the trail.
The peace and tranquillity of this region as you wander from gorgeous plantation forest to open farmland and around the estuaries will remind how good it is to be alive.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
This experience is for two people.
In the event of rain or inclement weather your experience will still go ahead unless contacted by the experience provider.
Comfortable casual clothing.
This experience takes place in Mapua, 35 mins drive from Nelson.