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Experience Gisborne Tours

Tairāwhiti Gisborne is surrounded by three rivers, beautiful beaches, boutique wineries and heritage trails. It’s the perfect destination for an unforgettable getaway.

Whether you’re here for a day or staying a little longer, the team at Experience Gisborne have a selection of tours to choose from.  Be the first to see the new day, surf our beaches, interact with wild stingrays, visit historic sites, slither down a natural rock slide, explore the wineries, cycle our trails, ride unique side-by-side tandem bikes along disused railway lines, experience traditional Māori culture, take a stroll around the Eastwoodhill Arboretum, stay somewhere off the beaten track & more. Let the team at Experience Gisborne take care of you, relax and explore our backyard with our experienced guides.

Please note: All tours are subject to availability.

  • Afternoon Wine Tour with Vineyard Platter

    Afternoon Wine Tour with Vineyard Platter

    Spend the afternoon exploring the Chardonnay Capital of New Zealand.

  • Great Taste Tour with Lunch

    Great Taste Tour with Lunch

    The Great Taste Tour in Gisborne is a guided tour of the region’s food and beverage producers, showcasing the best of Gisborne’s local flavours.

  • Eastwoodhill Tour with Vineyard Platter

    Eastwoodhill Tour with Vineyard Platter

    Spend a few hours exploring Eastwoodhill Arboretum before heading to a local winery for delicious food and wine.

  • Rere Falls & Eastwoodhill Tour with Tea & Scones

    Rere Falls & Eastwoodhill Tour with Tea & Scones

    Visit Rere Falls and explore Eastwoodhill Arboretum.  Immerse yourself in the vibrant surroundings.

  • Rere Rockslide & Falls Tour with Picnic Lunch

    Rere Rockslide & Falls Tour with Picnic Lunch

    Enjoy the fun of the Rere rockslide and nature walk before settling down for a nice picnic lunch at the falls.

  • Tolaga Bay Wharf Tour with Lunch

    Tolaga Bay Wharf Tour with Lunch

    Explore Tolaga Bay and discover the history of the area and the longest wharf in the Southern Hemisphere.

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