Marlborough Sounds
kenepuru-sound_ImageLarge.pngMillions of years ago, the area at what is now the North-East of the South Island was a series of hills and river valleys. Over time as sea levels rose and geography transformed, these areas sunk, forming what we now call the Marlborough Sounds: a seemingly enderless wonderland of sheltered bays, hidden coves, and deep, calm waters abundant with bird and marine life. This area of outstanding beauty provides a spectular coastal playground.