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Glamping at Tauherenikau

Book your Tauherenikau glamping experience! Taking bookings now for 1 December, onward.
Whether you’re coming from up the road or over the hill – sit back, relax and enjoy a well-deserved break. Use the ‘Glamping’ option listed below and lock-in your summer escape!

Glamping is a brand new experience available at Tauherenikau and will run the length of the summer period. Nestled among our native forest and within a quick stroll to the swimming hole, it’s the perfect escape for friends, couples and families, offering a unique opportunity to truly step into nature and reset.

 

Package details

Ten glamping tents are available at a rate of $175 per night (double – up to two guests) or $240 per night (double and two singles – up to two adults and two kids).

Glamping tents come fully furnished and include linen and towels. Access to the newly renovated shower and bathroom block is provided throughout your stay.

Looking for a more self-contained option? We also offer unpowered and powered motorhome and caravan sites as well as accommodation at the Ranch House. For full details on these options visit our Tauherenikau Motorhome and Caravan Park page.

Book with us for one of Wairarapa’s spectacular events

Staying with us is a perfect option for any of the region’s popular events – think Martinborough Fair or our very own Wairarapa Country Music Festival and Summer Racing Carnival. New on the scene and a hidden gem in the accommodation space, this is your chance to discover the raw beauty of the Wairarapa area.

If you’re looking to book our Toast Martinborough glamping experience over the new January dates, hang tight! We’ll be releasing all the details shortly.

Wairarapa is one of New Zealand’s best kept secrets. Rugged coastlines, award-winning wines, exceptional shopping all set against a magnificent rural backdrop… this is a spectacular experience. For more information on the region and everything there is to see and do here visit www.wairarapanz.com.

For those heading to Wellington and needing to get over the Rimutakas but are feeling a little tired, then stop off at Tauherenikau on State Highway 2 to get refreshed and tackle the journey tomorrow. To see where we are, and to plan your journey, check out the map on our contact page.