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Time8 ore (appross.)
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Disponibile in: Inglese

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Assicurati un biglietto limitato per l'isola di Tiritiri Matangi, un santuario protetto per specie di uccelli rare e a rischio di estinzione della Nuova Zelanda. Un viaggio in traghetto di 75 minuti attraversare il golfo di Hauraki ti porta alla riserva dell'isola, dove avrai una giornata per passeggiare tra i sentieri e godere della costa dopo le spiegazioni della guardia forestale. Conosci in maniera più approfondita il ruolo di Tiritiri Matangi nel preservare la fauna ornitologica con un'escursione guidata facoltativa di un'ora e mezza.
  • Gita di un giorno nel santuario degli uccelli sull'isola di Tiritiri Matangi da Auckland
  • Ammira la fauna e alcuni degli uccelli più rari della Nuova Zelanda in un ambiente naturale e protetto
  • Cerca gli uccelli autoctoni in via d'estinzione, tra cui la balia bruna neozelandese, il sellarossa e il takahe
  • Partecipa ad una visita guidata di un'ora e mezza a piedi per conoscere la vita degli uccelli e la storia dell'isola di Tiritiri Matangi
  • Avrai sufficiente tempo libero per passeggiare come preferisci tra i tranquilli sentieri dell'isola
  • Ammira la ripresa dell'isola dalla deforestazione, uno dei progetti volontari di tutela più riusciti al mondo
  • Approfitta di spiegazioni informative e di caffè e tè gratuiti presso il centro per visitatori
Non perdere l'opportunità di visitare l'isola di Tiritiri Matangi, in cui il numero di visitatori è limitato per proteggere la fauna selvatica dell'isola. Fai un viaggio di 75 minuti in traghetto da Auckland all'altra parte del golfo di Hauraki, verso Tiritiri Matangi, un santuario all'aperto privo di animali predatori che ospita molte specie a rischio di uccelli nativi della Nuova Zelanda. 

Avrai a disposizione circa cinque ore in totale sull'isola. Per prima cosa, ascolta una guardia forestale mentre parla degli sforzi per il recupero ambientale compiuti sin dal 1984, e che hanno contribuito a ristabilire 12 specie di uccelli e 3 specie di rettili in via di estinzione, tra cui il raro tuatara (una lucertola preistorica). 

Scegli un tour approfondito dell'isola per conoscere gli uccelli locali e il resto della fauna. Durante una passeggiata di un'ora e mezza, la guida ti insegnerà a riconoscere i vari versi di uccelli. Il tour termina presso il centro per visitatori, dove potrai curiosare tra le esposizioni informative sorseggiando tè e caffè gratuiti.

In alternativa, puoi passare il tempo percorrendo i sentieri dell'isola per conto tuo. Magari puoi fermarti al faro e, nei mesi più caldi, andare alla spiaggia di Hobbs per una nuotata, prima che il traghetto ti riporti ad Auckland.

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L
, mar 2018

Fantastic. Very well organized and executed. One of the best tours we took in New Zealand.

o
, feb 2018

This was a wonderful day. It started with a very nice ferry ride to the island where we were met with a wonderful group of volunteers. They kept the groups small and we had 1 volunteer for 4 people. The trail walk was filled with listening to and finding very interesting birds and our volunteer her name was Penny was extremely knowledgeable about the island and the birds. Once the walk was over, we visited the lovely gift shop and took another path back to the shore where we met the ferry for the return trip. If you want to get away for the day and be somewhere not too many people are, this is the perfect tour.

G
, gen 2018

This is a fantastic experience to hear from the expert but volunteer guide and also the 'ranger' about all the amazing work and accomplishments at the island, not to mention seeing all the birds and foliage for whom all the work is aimed. It was a great day learning about so many different types of wildlife and how it's being protected on scenic Tiritiri. We all saw and learned so much! Everyone was knowledgeable and clear, and the gift shop was an interesting one, too! Thanks for a great outing!

J
, dic 2017

We had a superb volunteer guide! Roger was enthusiastic and very knowledgeable. Priceless experience with the real birds of Tiritiri Matangi on a perfect day!!

S
, dic 2017

The closest place to Paradise you will ever get! A beautiful uninhabited island providing the best opportunity to see some spectacular and rare endemic new zealand birds - we were guided around the island by a botanically knowledgable lady who allowed us the opportunity to stop and look at the birdlife and scenery as and when we wanted. If you are a birder this a unique chance to see species such as Stitchbird, Saddleback, Takahe and Kokako in their natural surroundings and at close quarters. For others it provides the chance to explore a fascinating and unspoilt island and see the amazing effort New Zealand expends protecting their special wildlife and the value they place on biodiversity. A lesson to us all!

M
, dic 2017

Fantastic trip. Well organised, great tour guide, beautiful ferry ride and Tiritiri Matangi island is amazing.

C
, dic 2017

The best thing about the trip was the ferry ride. On the island you are first greeted with a talk from a Maori I guess volunteer or caretaker who is compelled to make a statement in her native tongue. She says it is a statement of her existence as is her right and everyone's right. There was no translation and the Polynesian utterings went on for the better part of a minute. It was a waste of my time and disrespectful. Then she was off in a cloud of dust riding her ATV up the path to somewhere.

Having opted for the guided walk we were split into ad hoc groups determined in size by the number of people divided by the number of guides available. They were local people, docents, supposedly knowledgeable of the local flora and fauna and interested in preserving an untouched island that had been touched in a major way by stripping invasive species and replanting indigenous species. I think a talk on the evolution of species might have been more valuable.

I saw more birds while I was waiting at the dock for the boat to return than I saw while walking the paths. They had put knitted hand puppets in the branches lining the path to represent birds for children to see and identify as pretend birds.

o
, ott 2017

A must trip for birders! For us the boat ride was quite rough, but we heard from regular visitors there that they had never had such a rough trip to the island. If you're not familiar with birds in New Zealand, it's best to have a guide. Well worth the extra money.

B
, giu 2017

This was a great day! Our guide Martin was extremely knowledgeable. Nice ferry trip there, we were broken into very small groups, nice little beach and one of my favorite days of my trip.

C
, mag 2017

The guided walk on Tiritiri Matangi island was great, well worth doing. Our guide was full of interesting information. We saw a number of bird species, and really enjoyed the walk which is not too difficult. We chose to do the longer walk of the two, with our guide. After lunch we went back to the ferry on the shorter walk. A great day out.
Also, there was good coffee available on the ferry, as well as a variety of sandwiches, rolls etc
Would recommend this trip to anyone able to manage a relatively easy walk


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39 19 924 1489
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Codice prodotto: 6195TIRITIRI

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