Gisborne is fun, it is family friendly with numerous holiday options that are not expensive. You can explore New Zealand’s cultural identity with Maori tours who are passionate about their home. There are beaches for surfing or swimming and the iconic Rere rockslide. Foodies are catered for with wineries and delis as well the art scene is a showcase of New Zealand talent. Gisborne has plenty to see and do for visitors.
Gisborne beguiles the senses with the strong cultural connections to Maori culture, local passionate feelings about their place and the pride in showing visitors what makes Gisborne tick. The pride is infectious with visitors becoming guests and friends. For New Zealanders it is an echo of a time when New Zealand was a place of small towns and communities. For overseas visitors it is a harking back to old fashioned hospitality and having a good time in a friend’s place.
Most of all Gisborne is fun.