There are many fantastic activities to do and adventures to be had in the Marlborough region. Here are just a few…
Cruise or kayak the Marlborough Sounds
Make your way to Picton, a 25 minute drive from Marlborough Vintners Hotel, a scenic seaside town and port for the Marlborough Sounds.
Indulge in a winery lunch or tour
Begin your tour by visiting 4-5 wineries guided by Explore Marlborough. Tours range from daily scheduled departures through to private tours by coach, luxury vehicles or bicycle.
Compare wines from throughout the region, learn about the history of wine in Marlborough followed by a lunch at a Vineyard restaurant.
Hand feed New Zealand’s native parrot the Kakariki, enjoy the safe swimming beach or feed the stingrays.
There is even an underwater observatory where you can see the wonders of under the water without even getting wet!
Only a 5 minute drive from Marlborough Vintners Hotel, visit the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre, which brings to life the heroes of World War I and World War II aviation with an unparalleled collection and dramatic lifelike scenes.
Get a bird’s eye view
They provide scenic flights over the Marlborough Sounds and Vineyards.
Pedal through the vineyards
Pedal through the vineyards while stopping off at one of Marlborough’s many cellar doors or even a vineyard lunch.
Enjoy cycling along through the rural roads through superb countryside.
Fish in the Marlborough Sounds
Sample fresh salmon and mussels straight from the waters below.
Some of the world’s finest seafood is grown in the Marlborough Sounds.
Join a seafood cruise from Picton or Havelock and taste fresh salmon and mussels, matched with a crisp glass of Sauvignon Blanc.
Cheese, bread, plants, fruit, vegies and more… it’s a foodie’s delight.