We operate our tours 7 days a week. Even when it is raining, the river doesn’t have an issue with the rain and neither do we. Many people comment it is even more refreshing and special walking in the rain and being at one with the Arahura River as nature refreshes itself.
We have two types of tours
Private tours – these are arranged to suit both the customer and our guides time table and have the flexibility to cater for everyone’s needs, so are not restricted to set time slots. It is a matter of contacting us and making a suitable time.
Bus or group tours
These are pre organised well in advance to suit the bus or group tour itinerary. We have selected package tour operators we work with.
School group tours
We have several packages that are reflective of the needs of school groups and work with the schools organising a tour to ensure that we meet their educational requirements whilst remaining true to our beliefs and culture.
Understanding our tour ethos
Our tours do not have all the bells and whistles of a commercialised tour operation, as we believe this contradicts the integrity of what we are trying to achieve for the Arahura Pa and the direct descendants who either live on the Pa or nearby.
We are a traditional Pa and are proud of both our identity and customs that define who we are and are not into over commercialisation. What you see, is what you get. We are, who we are and proud to stand by our beliefs.
Our aim is to provide a pathway for self-sufficiency of our families and retain the true cultural identity of the Kati WaeWae Hapu.
2 hours – $189 per adult, $50 per child (under 13)
4 hours – $355 per adult, $100 per child (under 13)
children under 5 free
Contact us to book directly.
Book online and pay
Book at an i-Site Visitor Centre
36 Weld Street, Hokitika
Tel: 03 755 6166
164 Mackay Street, Greymouth
Tel: 03 768 7080