New Zealand Fur Seals live on the rocks and can be seen here day or night, all year round. From mid to late December you will be treated to intimate views of the seals, in the privacy of their own home, nursing their young.
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Spectacular coastal views ("720 degrees because you look around twice") Excellent photographic opportunities Penguins, Fur Seals and Sea Lions in their natural habitat Natural wildlife breeding colonies Fort Taiaroa Fortifications (the Rerewahine battery WW11) You don't need to sacrifice comfort and safety for the thrill of the ride. The Argo takes you places that have never been accessible before. And while the ground might be rough in places, the ride certainly isn't.
True to its name - Hoiho, meaning "noise-shouter" - the Yellow Eyed Penguin's distinctive trill can be heard down on the beach as they call to each other after a day at sea.
The Gateway to Natures Wonders: Just opposite the Albatross Colony at Taiaroa Head is the gateway to one of Otago Peninsula's natural history wonderlands. Our love of wildlife and efforts to preserve their natural habitat go back a long way. And we're dedicated to showing you around this piece of paradise.