Conference Event Akaroa Group tours

Flexible Duration | Fees upon request

Add more value to your conference event Akaroa, by bringing the participants out on an informative and inspiring journey in and around Akaroa. Learn about New Zealand’s history and nature by visiting some of the most important historic and nature conservation sites in the country such as the Britomart Monument and internationally renowed Hinewai Reserve. Our local guide will share firsthand stories about the Wildside Project, which is devoted to predator control and the protection of native species. You will gain a deeper understanding of the history and nature of New Zealand which involves discourse about environmental change, regeneration, sustainability and resilience. The tour allows conference delegates to come together, exchange ideas, network, and leaves them with a sense of hope and inspiration for the future.

Qualmark Gold The Seventh Generation Tours

Let's embark on a fascinating journey on a Akaroa Nature and History Tour guided by a Seventh Generation local.

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Akaroa History and Nature Tour The Seventh Generation

What Travelers Think

"Marie is an extremely effective communicator who is able to eloquently transmit the spirit of the Wildside project. The approach those landowners are taking is great, and is leading to outcomes that everyone involved should take pride in."

The journey



One of New Zealand’s most important historic sites. We spend 45mins here learning the rich narrative. Soon to be discovered by the masses, see it now as the locals always have.


Ōnuku Marae

Stunning Māori cultural centre on the edge of Akaroa harbour. Immerse yourself in what makes New Zealand unique and special.


Akaroa Heritage Park

Home made morning tea on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful French town of Akaroa. Slow down and connect to this gorgeous place.


Hinewai Reserve

“Long live the weeds and the wilderness yet”. You will be inspired by this wilderness reserve and how it’s benefiting life on earth, from the vision of one man, Hugh Wilson.


Protect for the seventh generation coming after you… 

Do less, allow nature to regenerate, become a kaitiaki or guardian.

Experience the BEST of our nature conservation projects with a trained ecologist.


Keeping in mind the seven (or more) generations that came before…

Connect, know who you are and where you belong, your tūrangawaewae, the place you stand.

Be AMAZED with Akaroa’s history that is undervalued and undiscovered, told by a seven generation local historian.


For those faces that are coming from beneath the earth that are yet unborn…

Act with respect, manakitanga, hosting guests with warmth and telling stories well so that you leave better. 

Hear the stories of INCREDIBLE locals who are changing the earth for the better, understand the people of this place that make it special.

"Ka mua, ka muri" is a whakatauki that means "walking backwards into the future"