Sleepy little Kaka Point in a far corner of New Zealand’s South Island is where penguins, seals and sea lions come to rest.
Kaka Point takes it name from the endangered kākā bird. The sweeping beaches and rocky headlands of this untamed coastal haven are not only home to fascinating marine mammals and seabirds, but are also good for some pretty dramatic views. Walking coastal tracks, exploring waterfalls, swimming in the surf and tramping forest trails are just some of the outdoor activities on the menu. Experience real nature, New Zealand style.