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Gannet Beach Adventures - more fun than you ever imagined!

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Gannet Beach Adventures has a long history of providing fun and informative tours on a spectacular stretch of the Hawke’s Bay coastline, to the world’s largest mainland gannet colony at Cape Kidnappers - home to over 20,000 of these amazing seabirds during peak season. The two colonies we visit provide opportunities to view the gannets in their natural environment and watch daily interactions with each other and their chicks.The stunning geological features of the area make this an unforgettable journey through time – visitors will see ancient fossils, earthquake faultlines and gullies formed by wind and water – and you don’t have to be a geologist to enjoy it!Come and visit one of the "must-do's" of Hawke's Bay - a unique tour that you won't find anywhere else! “Where else in the world can you jump on the back of a trailer and get towed along the beach by a 1949 Minneapolis-Moline tractor to a bird colony?”Established in 1952, Gannet Beach Adventures has a long history of providing tours on a spectacular stretch of the Hawke’s Bay coastline, from Clifton to Cape Kidnappers.  This unique, fun eco-experience tour involves travel with local experienced guides by vintage tractors and trailers on a comfortable four-hour adventure to the largest mainland gannet colony in the world. Departing on the days’ low tide, visitors travel by tractor and trailer along the majestically rugged coastline.  Photographic opportunities abound as stops are made throughout the journey giving visitors an insight into how nature’s forces have shaped this amazing area. Travelling through the Black Reef colony (one of two colonies we visit) visitors can almost touch the gannets in their natural environment, without even stepping off the trailer.  It was at this site in 1769 local Maori kidnapped a crew member off Captain Cook’s ship The Endeavour, the incident from which Cape Kidnappers gets its name.  Continuing onto the Cape itself, an approximate 90 m

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