A list of recommended reading for anyone interested in continuing there understanding of New Zealand history, Maori history, worldwide progress and what you have learned on tour with The Seventh Generation Tours Akaroa
Thank you for choosing The Seventh Generation Tours Akaroa. This post has everything you need after the trip, the Hugh Wilson documentary, Marie’s best scones recipe, the story and witness statements of Takapūneke and The Seventh Generation Principle to inspire you. As well as links to leave a review, each one is valuable in helping my business grow, just how I want it to, organically and through word of mouth!
I’m always asked ‘where to eat in Akaroa’, these are my recommendations, the best coffee, the best food, and the best service by local people. The 4 Best Cafes Akaroa! In no particular order. You might notice that none of these recommendations are on the main streets, these are authentic lovely little eateries that I would honestly recommend you to go to.
Akaroa has some of the most remarkable history and STORIES in New Zealand. hidden behind it’s quaintness, it’s beauty, and it’s charm are some of the most important historic sites in New Zealand, with national and international consequences.
Unique Bicultural Māori Tours - You will Never Forget! New Zealand has a unique history found no where else in the world, while you are in New Zealand a Must-Do…
1 of 5 Important Historic Sites - The Britomart Monument once known as the finish line in the 'Race for Akaroa' now it is recognised as a site “as important…
Qualmark Gold Award - the Highest Recognition Akaroa’s The Seventh Generation Tours has just been awarded a Qualmark GOLD, the highest recognition. As an owner operator that has only been…
A complete guide to Akaroa from a local, all the things that are not to be missed, all the guides to the best places, food, accomodation, all here in this one handy place. Making it easy for you!
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.
NEW Aotearoa NZ Histories Curriculum 2023 Inspiring Trips for Teacher Training | Akaroa Akaroa has a set of historic sites that Harry Evison described as having a richer set of narratives than Waitangi. Close to Canterbury schools and the ideal place to go on a school camp or field trip, Akaroa is the place to go for the NEW Aotearoa NZ Histories Curriculum. Marie Haley is the expert local guide in history and ecology and is able to tailor the content of the trips to fit any audience and subject area. Teacher Training PD days are vital to help inspire teachers as they integrate the new curriculum into their subject areas. Make the most of this opportunity by booking your school today.