Experience a day unlike any other in the idyllic Marlborough Sounds.
What to Expect: Take a scenic boat ride from Havelock aboard the MV Spirit to Homewood Bay Lodge in Pelorus Sound. On offer are outdoor yoga, extensive hiking trails to suit all levels of fitness and ambition, a nutrition seminar, a nutritious lunch buffet and an organic wine seminar (with tasting, of course). Please note that everything is optional—not into yoga? No problem, you can hit the hiking trails instead. Or bring a book and take in the view from the deck. You can customise your day to suit you.
When: Saturday, 23 January 2020, from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Where: Serene Pelorus Sound is the backdrop to this excursion, with Homewood Bay Lodge as your base for the day. You’ll be among a small handful of people to experience the groomed trails and exquisite scenery as well as the stunning lodge that’s completely off grid.
Please note that space is limited, so we encourage early bookings.
To book or for questions, please contact:
Bookings must be made by 9 January 2020.
Cancellation and Refund Policy: 100% refund if canceled by 9 January, or in case of Government-issued Alert Level 3 or 4.
Upon booking, we will provide you with all the information you’ll need for your day.
Leisha MacKenzie - has taught yoga for 12 years, having trained in India and updates her craft with annual workshops. She specializes in Hatha Yoga and works with all levels.
Meg Hemphill - is the founder of healthy-living website The Farmer’s Wife and has a passion for research-backed nutrition information, as well as tips that incorporate ease and affordability into our hectic lives.
Nadine Worley - is a renowned winemaker based in Marlborough and the founder of an organic wine brand, launching in 2021.
About Homewood Bay Lodge
An overseas visitor once said she “finally felt like she was seeing New Zealand” when she visited the lodge thanks to its remote, peaceful setting that’s completely off the beaten track. Nori and Dallas Hemphill bought this hidden gem nearly 50 years ago and are passionate about sharing their knowledge of Maori history in the immediate area, as well as the native flora and fauna that populate the 1,100-acre property and surrounding waterways.
Homewood is also available to host groups. Please see the website.