Monday, March 11, 2013

Kaweka Forest Park, Hawke's Bay region

This picture is taken at the down of Annapurna Base camp trekking.

What to do in Kaweka Forest Park:
Wild Life:Sika Deer, Red Deer, North Island Brown Kiwi, New Zealand Falcon, North Island Kaka, Blue Duck, Yellow-crowned Parakeet, Popokatea (Whitehead), Matata (North Island Fernbird), Korimako (Bellbird), Tui, Toutouwai (North Island Robin), Riroriro (Grey Warbler), Miromiro (Tomtit), Kereru (New Zealand Pigeon), Titipounamu (Rifleman), Kotare (Kingfisher), Pihoihoi (New Zealand Pipit), Piwakwaka (Fantail), Tauhou (Silvereye), Welcome Swallow and Koekoe (Long-tailed Cuckoo)Adventure:Hunting, Rafting, Canoeing, Fishing, Tramping and Camping
Where is Kaweka Forest Park:
Region:Situated in the north-south orientated Kaweka Range.Location:Hastings district, Hawke's Bay region, New Zealand
When & how to get to Kaweka Forest Park:
Best Time to Visit:toGetting There:The Napier-Taihape Road provides access to southern areas of the park while a road via Puketitiri (some 56km west of Napier) provides access to Makahu Saddle or to Mangatutu Thermal Springs on the Mohaka river. A poled walking route through Poronui station to the north of the park also serves both Kaweka and Kaimanawa Forest Parks.Nearest Town:PuketitiriNearest Airport:Nearest Railway Station:
Where to stay (Lodges/Guest Houses/Camps/Resorts/Hotels):
Accommodation:Visitors can stay in lodges, designated campsites with minimal facilities, huts, bivouacs or shelters in the Kaweka Forest Park.
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Climate & Weather conditions in Kaweka Forest Park:
Temp:c to cRainfall:cmAltitude:900 m
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