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What To Expect

Join us for this unique and exciting exploration of Wellington’s natural wonders and rugged south coast. Although only 20km from downtown, this destination will feel like another world. Travelling in exclusive Mercedes 4WD vehicles, we visit an area of pristine native forest with the chance to see many iconic bird species like Tui, Kaka and Kereru before venturing through private farmland with sheep, cattle and goats, while being treated to stunning views of the Cook Strait, South Island and Kaikoura Ranges. Once down to sea-level, we’ll meet some much-loved locals – New Zealand Fur Seals. Observe these amazing animals as they sunbathe, play, and swim while learning about their history, ecology, and conservation from your friendly and knowledgeable guide. The Seal Coast Safari is a must-do for anyone who loves nature, wildlife, and adventure. Book your Seal Coast Safari today and discover one of Wellington’s best-kept secrets!

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Important info

Specialized infant seats are available. Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries. Not recommended for pregnant travelers. Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health. Suitable for all physical fitness levels

What's included
Pick up and drop off in central Wellington or the cruise terminal. Snacks. Driver/guide. Morning or afternoon tea
Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day in advance
Seal Coast Safari
Meeting Point

Next door to Wellington i-SITE and the bottom of Cuba Street.
This is the Cruise Ship Terminal. We can pick up and drop off directly at the ships.

Cruise passengers joining us for a MORNING tour, please select this option and DO NOT GET A SHUTTLE INTO THE CITY. We will meet you at the dock.

Opposite Wellington Railway Station outside McDonald's. This is the closest pick up location to the Cruise Ship shuttle bus stop.
Outside Radio NZ building, close to James Cook Hotel
Outside the YHA Hostel on the corner of Cambridge Terrace/Wakefield Street