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Discover the beauty of the Paua Pearl

Fancy meeting some locals while in Picton? Embark on this Day Cruise to Whekenui Bay on Arapawa Island where you'll meet Mike and Antonia Radon, the owners of Arapawa Seafarms.


Here, the unique Blue Pearl AKA Paua Pearls are grown.


They will personally guide you on a tour of the farm, which is not only a place of work but also their home. Discover how the Blue Pearl came to be and see how they are produced. Depending on the time of year, it’s possible to see paua of all sizes, from dust-specs in a larval rearing tank to full-size paua with pearl inserts. Don’t miss this opportunity to glimpse a unique part of New Zealand marine life and spend time with experts in the Paua industry!



Spend a day hiking the Queen Charlotte Track Walk - Ship Cove to Furneaux Lodge

With dramatic views of the Marlborough Sounds, this 15km adventure is one of Picton's most popular tours, combining a scenic cruise with expert commentary, a stop at historical Ship Cove and a scenically rewarding trek to Furneaux Lodge.  


Book today to secure your spot on this day tour by clicking HERE.



Discover Ship Cove 

Named by Captain James Cook in 1770 when his ship, The Endeavour, anchored here to replenish supplies of food, water, and wood - Ship Cove soon became one of Cook's favourites and it's clear to see why. 


Home to an abundance of beautiful wildlife, this is a beautiful way to spend a few hours with plenty of time to continue exploring after your adventure!


Keen to book? Find more details about this Ship COve Cruise from Picton HERE.


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