One of our first customers after the Covid-19 lockdown was Jairo, a young Colombian keen to get some fresh air after weeks in his Auckland apartment.
We’re getting ready to start offering daily sailing trips from Waiheke in the spring aboard our 41-foot catamaran.
Walking By Nature is again offering private and shared walking tours on Waiheke Island. We have adapted how we operate, in order to keep you safe during Level-2 of the Covid-19 response.
As I write this we are six weeks into our COVID-19 lockdown in New Zealand – and what a beautiful time it has been here on Waiheke Island – while the pandemic has, sadly, raged elsewhere.
One of Waiheke’s best-known artists has an exhibition at the Community Gallery. Barbara Robinson’s show, which runs until 1 March, is called Unearthed: A love affair with kauri.
Digital cameras and smartphones have made it so convenient to take photos these days. But before you fill up your memory card with so-so snaps of your visit to Waiheke, check out some of our favourite Waiheke vistas. You might pick up a few tips to make your own Waiheke photos even better.
If you’re planning to join us on one of our Waiheke walks, why not talk to us about including younger members of the family. Although our standard walks are about five hours long, we also offer personalised walks to suit the interests and abilities of each person.
Green travel. Sustainable travel. Eco-tourism. Whatever you call it, the trend is growing, and Waiheke Island is a perfect place to do it. Here are some green travel tips.
When you join us for a guided walk, we’ll explain some of the projects that are part of Te Korowai o Waiheke, an island-wide project that aims to make Waiheke the first urban predator-free island in the world.
Walking By Nature has achieved a Silver-level rating in the Qualmark Sustainable Business Evaluation. Our team had achieved a Bronze rating in 2017, but this is a big step up.