A scenic excursion by vintage or modern car to Hawkes Bay's highest lookout point, beautiful Te Mata Peak. This is a private tour just for you with your own driver/guide - up to 4 people max per car. The tour schedule includes a short tea/coffee stop at a cafe on the way back to Napier with optional cheese tasting (food & drink is not included in the tour price).
Pickup and return point is Napier City Centre and you can choose whether you would like to travel in a beautiful classic/vintage car or a modern luxury car with air conditioning, full leather and privacy glass.
Te Mata Park is part of the land associated with the ancestor Te Rehunga of Ngāti Ngarengare, a sub-tribe of Ngāti Kahungunu.
The land that makes up Te Mata Park was purchased in 1862 by early settler, John Chambers. In 1927, as a memorial to their father, his sons Bernard, John and Mason gifted a 242 acre reserve on the upper Havelock North hills, including Te Mata Peak, to the people of Hawke’s Bay in perpetuity.