Te Mahia Bay Resort
So who would enjoy staying here? We think that those looking for peace and quiet in a place of stunning natural beauty would be very happy at Te Mahia Resort.
There's the option of fishing expeditions with experienced guides, kayaking in the super-safe bay, water-skiing, swimming, or exploring the nearby Queen Charlotte Track. Maybe pop across the bay by water taxi for a dinner or lunch in style at the luxury Raetihi Resort.Resort.
This is no jetset international resort, but more a friendly home away from home experience, meeting real New Zealanders who will make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive.
You can see the location of Te Mahia Bay Resort here. You can either drive directly to Te Mahia Bay, or if arriving on the Interislander Ferry at Picton, a water-taxi can easily be arranged.
This is a photo of a deserted Beach in the Kenepuru Sounds; we got dropped off here to enjoy a very private picnic lunch and a swim. One of the nice things about New Zealand is the absence of dangerous insects or animals, so relaxing is easy.
Click here if you would like to know more about staying in this wonderful region of New Zealand..