Activities at Cape Kidnappers
Take an enjoyable scenic walk or trip along a remote coastline. On the beach journey to the Cape visitors can see towering cliffs which expose the many rock types and fault lines which underlie Hawke's Bay.
The cliffs are made up of sandstone, river gravel, pumice and silt, originally deposited between 300,000 to 1 million years ago.
Look for the fragmented fault and tilt lines along the cliffs, they tell the story of many earthquake upheavals and movements.
You can enjoy close-up views of nesting gannets at the Plateau and Black Reef colonies.
Guided activities and tours