TRAVELLING UNDER THE RED AND ORANGE TRAFFIC LIGHT SYSTEM FROM 3 DEC 2021: Airlines, ferries and other transport operators will require you to have your vaccine pass or negative test before you can travel, and the same applies if you are crossing the Auckland border (after 15 Dec). Whilst our industry is not required to check vaccine passes, when you collect your car or use our shuttle service, please mask up, scan in and follow physical distancing guidelines. Contactless transactions can be arranged, just let us know in advance if this is your preference, you have a mask exemption, or if you are exiting an MIQ facility - we will be only too happy to assist. Enjoy your summer adventure!

LOCAL ACTIVITIES

I wish to acknowledge the assistance given during our rental, compliments of the staff regarding the standard of your vehicles and the attitude of yourself and your staff were very positive. Nothing was too much trouble.

Thank you again for the second time this year. You delivered to my wife a spotlessly clean and detailed vehicle, the service was prompt and the vehicle delivered with a smile and local service. I will certainly recommend your vehicles to our friends, regards

Hi Greg
I just thought I'd send you a quick note to say how much I loved the new pickup system - it's so much easier than the old one. From landing to being on the road took about ten minutes - brilliant!
Thanks heaps
Nic

Hokitika Local Activities and Attractions.

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Hokitika Airport is the West Coast’s regional airport. Known as the hub of the West Coast. Hokitika is a kiwi slice of heaven, nestled between the Tasman Sea and the Hokitika River.

Hokitika Airport is the gateway to the West Coast, including the town of Greymouth which lies to the north of Hokitika and the famous Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers located further south.

The West Coast is the land of greenstone and gold, where New Zealand’s history is at its most rich and raw. Hokitika is at the centre of it all and Hokitika Airport is where your journey to the heart of New Zealand truly begins.

Check out these things to do while you are in Hokitika.

Hokitika Gorge Scenic Reserve is one of those picturesque locations that hits the right note in your senses and make you feel good upon arriving. The intense turquoise water enclosed by lush inherent bushes looks out of this world and are well worth the visit. Situated 33 kilometres (20 miles) from Hokitika, the Hokitika Gorge Scenic Reserve is home to the worlds best white water adventure kayaking, established amongst granite ravines and stunning bushes. Drive half a day through the picturesque loop and circle back to Hokitika after appreciating the Gorge via Lake Kaniere and Dorothy Falls, to enjoy the excellent views of the turquoise waters of the Hokitika River as they pass through the rock sided Hokitika Gorge.

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West Coast Tree Top Walk and Cafe is an exciting treetop adventure amid moderate rainforest titans. Participate with nature high in the ancient Rimu and Kamahi tree canopy. Get easy admission for all to relish along a steel platform 20 meters (66 feet) high during a leisurely hour long stroll through the stunning West Coast rainforest tree tops.

A distinctively wild and delightful destination, the Westcoast Treetop Walk and Cafe recharges, refreshes and lets you appreciate great local foods in the ease of the Mahinapua Cafe, snuggled beside the serene Johnnies Creek. The cafe is open for business daily from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm during the summer and 2:00 pm during winter.

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Wilderness Gallery - If you adore nature, you cannot miss visiting this gallery. There is way too much quality art like photography, metal art, watercolour paintings and many other media to divulge in! A fresh, modern gallery situated in the centre of Hokitika. It is the picture-perfect place to learn the colours of the West coast.

At the Wilderness Gallery, Juergen’s spectacular photography is accompanied by a variety of exclusive handcrafted jewellery, woodenware, pottery, statues and figurines, created by selected New Zealand artists. The Wilderness Gallery is open 7 days a week.

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