Read more about the article Banks Track Special! + Your 12 Track Questions Answered!
School trips Akaroa New Zealand immersive in nature

Banks Track Special! + Your 12 Track Questions Answered!

Know before you go | Banks Track Questions and a Special Trip that will deepen your knowledge of the landscape you are about to explore. The Akaroa Nature and History Tour is offering a Special $20 off per person to Banks Track Walkers ONLY. This remarkable tour goes to all the places that you pass by on the bus to the first nights accomodation, Takapūneke, Onuku, Britomart Monument and it goes to the ‘lost last day’ when this three day track was four, Hinewai Reserve, Otanerito and the sea cliffs at the ‘End of the Earth’. Discover it all from a locals perspective, a seventh generation local, who has spent her life reading the local history, working with the Banks Track families in conservation and telling the amazing stories of this place.

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Read more about the article Best Innovative New Tourism Experience with an Akaroa Tour 360 VR Film!
Take a Akaroa tour 360 Virtual Reality with The Seventh Generation and Virtual Journeys

Best Innovative New Tourism Experience with an Akaroa Tour 360 VR Film!

Se excited to introduce possibly the first Virtual Reality 360 tour of Akaroa with The Seventh Generation - explore and connect to this place in a new and zero impact way!

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Read more about the article Introducing Hugh Wilson The Legend, from a Neighbours Perspective.
Students learn from Hugh Wilson at Hinewai Reserve

Introducing Hugh Wilson The Legend, from a Neighbours Perspective.

Hugh Wilson is a botanist, linguist, conservationist, visionary and absolute legend. He has also had a profound impact upon the land management and natural character of the wider Banks Peninsula area.

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Read more about the article Introducing The Seventh Generation Principle – to  Promote True Sustainability
American Indian ceremonial dancer in all of their amazing colors and details at a Pow-wow with storyteller Marie Haley of The Seventh Generation.

Introducing The Seventh Generation Principle – to Promote True Sustainability

The Seventh Generation Principle is an American Indian and Indigenous Concept to think of the seventh generation after you and those that came before in all your actions. This principle has guided my life and my storytelling with my regenerative tourism business The Seventh Generation. I am also the seventh generation of the French settlers to Akaroa, the first European planned settlement in the South Island.

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