Wild Earth Adventures

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Kathy J
Atlanta, United States9 条分享
Such an amazing experience!
2020年2月 • 夫妻情侣
We went sea kayaking with Simon T and could not have been more ecstatic. We did luck out with good weather - but he made it so interesting - and we saw blue penguins, seals, sea lions and birds galore. Lots of interesting facts about the entire area. We were a little worried about rough water and cold temps but wind had eased and we scored a sunny day! Equipment was top notch. Weirdly loved that we were offered warm tea or coffee and biscuits when we finished. Amazing day. Thank you, Simon! Keep being an amazing human!
撰写日期:2020年2月23日
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Peter H
澳大利亚纽卡斯尔60 条分享
Great Adventure
2020年1月
During a cruise ship stop at Dunedin we selected to try Sea Kayaking for the first time. We were greeted at the wharf by Simon our tour leader. A small group of us were then driven around to the other side of the harbour. We reached a small beach near the peninsula and our tour guides unloaded the kayaks. We were giving a brief safety instruction, fitted with life jackets and then shown the correct way to paddle the kayaks.
We entered the water and started a great experience of paddling around the headland spotting sun baking seals and many types of sea birds.
This was my first time in a kayak and it was stable and easy to manoeuvre.
We handled small swell with ease and it wasn’t too strenuous at all.
On our return we were treated to coffee,tea, cookies and cake.
My wife and I had a truly marvellous experience with Wild Earth Adventures.
It was an experience that we’ll never forget...10/10.
We can thoroughly recommend their Sea Kayaking tours.
撰写日期:2020年1月22日
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on_the_go_98765
Tucson16,861 条分享
Mt. Cargill Hike (walking sticks highly recommended)
2019年3月 • 夫妻情侣
Our cruise line made these arrangements for our small group tour; we believe that 10 per group was the maximum as we all had to pile into a van. It was a nice, good, long twisty-turny drive up to our starting point. Our guide came well supplied with walking sticks for us all, as well as refreshments when we hit our picnic spot.

It is steep and the sticks were great aids in the absence of hand rails. There's a pretty good stretch between "steps" (I use the term loosely) which became even more difficult on the descent.

If I could make a cautionary comment it is this: the path was made by humans who used knife-sharp metal plates, hammered into the ground, to retain the rock and form the steps. But, if stepped on the wrong way, the sole of a shoe is subject to slicing and toes contained therein are at great hazard.

Our guide kindly stopped along the path to count noses and communicate info as to the flora and fauna of the area. Whew! Thank you! The periodic rests were most welcome. She was an incredibly fit and very energetic young lady. That would come in later ... after the disaster.

So far, so good. We all made it in fine form (more or less) and welcomed the organ pipes stop, the views, and the picnic spot to come... great views there, too. Nice weather, hearty travel companions, good cheer, and pleasant people along the way.

Coming down, one person in our party had his knee "blow out" as in, it could no longer support him. The guide ran up the route to help him. Soon, a hearty person in our party joined in the effort. They all looked totally gassed when they came down.

While waiting, some fine, strong, healthy young Kiwis (that's what NZ Europeans are called and call themselves) joined in the evacuation effort. i do believe the poor man had to be nearly carried down the steep path.

New Zealand, you've got some pretty fine young people there! There was absolutely no hesitation; they just jumped in and did what needed to be done. It makes me proud (and I'm not even a Kiwi!)

This was a full morning hike. Our tour book said 3.5 hours and that may be a fair estimate.

Along the way, we saw views of Otago Harbor, Blueskin Bay, and Mt. Kettle. The Organ Pipes were hexagonal rock columns that nature formed on her own 10 million years ago. Butars Peak was our resting point.

Nice day, great views, and it all ended well. Our injured person made it back and recovered. There, but for the grace of God, go I ... (or any of us)
撰写日期:2019年3月27日
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Leaddog83
Sydney199 条分享
Quality experience and good value
2016年1月 • 夫妻情侣
This group gave us an excellent sea-kayaking experience, with very professional introduction and guiding. Went to the bird colonies, and saw seals and other sea life up-close. Would definitely do this one again, for a longer visit.
撰写日期:2016年2月27日
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frankr13752
澳大利亚蓝山山脉54 条分享
A great experience at Dunedin
2014年12月 • 好友
A small group of us went sea kayaking for the first time when we recently visited during a cruise. The guys who ran the experience were very professional and friendly. They went over the safety aspects very thoroughly and put us at ease. We paddled up the coast for about an hour and a half and saw the fur seal colonies and the albatross rookery. It was a great way to spend a few hours. You do get wet but it doesn't worry you. Moderate level of fitness required.
撰写日期:2014年12月17日
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