Wildfinder creates and facilitates incredible outdoor adventures in the spectacular Wairarapa. Choose from bike rides (also eBikes), walks and white water rafting, for all levels.
Walking & Trekking
The Whareama Coastal Walk is a fantastic 2 or 3 day walking experience over private farmland with isolated Wairarapa coastline views, for groups of up to 16 people.
Kaiatuna Riverside Cottages offer boutique accomodation immersed in nature, near Masterton
The centre of the extended continental shelf of New Zealand is pinpointed in the Tararua Range on Mt Reeves Track, a moderately difficult walk not far from Greytown, that takes around 5-7 hours.
Riding the entire Remutaka Cycle Trail gives you a bike ride packed with variety, terrific scenery and neat places to stay - all so close to Wellington.
The Remutaka Rail Trail is a gently graded 18 km bike ride close to Wellington - it's also a hugely popular walk.
The Remutaka Rail Trail is one of the region’s most rewarding off-road trails. It can be ridden end to end (allow 4-5 hours) or broken up into two smaller sections - beginning and finishing on the Wellington side of the Remutaka Ranges or beginning and finishing on the Wairarapa side of the ranges.
The Remutaka Cycle Trail connects Wellington with Wairarapa, winding through a variety of stunning landscapes: a river valley, rolling foothills, bush-clad ranges, old railway tunnels, lake-sides, farm land and a rugged coastline. Choose to ride parts of the trail in one day or ride the whole trail over several days.
Check out the eight vibrant murals around Martinborough as you walk or cycle around the village.
Kawakawa Station walk is a 1- or 3 day, 3 night walk through farmland, river valleys and native bush. Views of Cook Strait and South Island, cool comfortable accommodation and great food are highlights.