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16 02, 2013

Caledonian Sky Visit

By |2013-06-06T01:18:46+00:00February 16th, 2013|News|0 Comments

The cruise ship Caledonian Sky  visited the Bay of Islands. This cruise ship visits Natural Wonders of New Zealand. Adventure Puketi had the pleasure of guiding the entire 94 passengers on a hike through the Puketi rainforest. The passengers were thrilled to get up close to the Ancient Kauri Trees.

13 12, 2012

Team building in the forest

By |2013-06-06T01:03:36+00:00December 13th, 2012|accomodation, Birds, dining, Eco Tours.Conservation, Environment, flowers, fruit, News, nightsky, Old forest.combo walk, Plants, private, Spring, summer, Uncategorized, Walks|0 Comments

ADVENTURE PUKETI IS EXCITED ABOUT OUR UNIQUE PRODUCT. TEAM BUILDING. BRING YOUR TEAM BIG OR SMALL INTO THE PUKETI KAURI RAIN FOREST . EXPERIENCE OUR HALF DAY FORESTWALK ,MORNING OR AFTERNOON. OR PERHAPS EVEN TAKE AN ADVENTURE ON DUSK WITH YOUR GUIDE, JOIN THE NOCTURNAL CREATURES.   ACCOMODATION AND CATERING CAN BE ARRANGED.

13 11, 2012

Cruise Ships Are Back

By |2013-05-27T21:42:05+00:00November 13th, 2012|Birds, dining, Eco Tours.Conservation, Environment, flowers, fruit, News, Old forest.combo walk, Plants, private, Spring, summer, Uncategorized, Walks|0 Comments

Recently we hosted three Cruise ships to the Bay of Islands. The Dawn Princess was followed on the same day as the Sun Princess. The next day the Oosterdam arrived. The Princess line passengers were awed by the size of the Ancient Kauri trees, they age from seedlings to 1200 year old trees. The Oosterdam passengers walk a trail with many different associations of forest. They encounter Flora and Fauna undisturbed.

22 02, 2012

Feeding the Robins

By |2012-02-22T17:14:04+00:00February 22nd, 2012|accomodation, Birds, dining, Eco Tours.Conservation, Environment, flowers, fruit, News, Plants, private, Spring, summer, Uncategorized, Walks|0 Comments

20120117_160303On our half day walks we encounter The New Zealand Robin. Puketi Forest Trust have reduced the Predator numbers to a very low level. The Robin (Petroica ausralis) has restablished itself and is breeding very well. In the video a couple from East Germany are feeding the Robins mealy worms.

8 04, 2010

More Robins

By |2010-04-08T08:17:36+00:00April 8th, 2010|Birds, Eco Tours.Conservation, Environment, News|0 Comments

Yesterday 30 Robins were flown by helicopter from there home in the wild to the Puketi forest.They were met by members of the Puketi forest trust and volunteers .These birds will add more bird song the forest,bring the number of Robins back to where it was once in the forest.

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