Blazing Adventures

All year round. Check for availability

Gorgeous adventures!

You can canoe, jet boat, clay bird shoot, try your hand at fly fishing with the crew but for something special and if you enjoy a little luxury, a great view, fine dining and a sense of style on your adventures? What about the Forgotten World Garden Tour. Choose to add a dash of excitement and travel by down the Whanganui River by Jet Boat, or by road along the Forgotten World Highway. Four gorgeous gardens; To Whenua, Bradleys Garden, Omaka Garden and Laurens Lavender Garden make up the tour. The tour gives you the chance to peek beyond the tree-lined verge, to wander off the beaten track into the enchanting wonderlands that the dedicated gardeners of the Forgotten World call home. Really special and wonderful to share with friends. All year round. Check ahead for availability.



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Blazing Adventures


985 State Highway 4


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