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On Maud Island there are many rare or endangered species, fauna species indigenous to the island and introduced endangered or rare species, some of which require varying degrees of management. These include: , lizards, geckos, the Maud Is. frog, land snails, scarab beetles; flax weevils; the click beetle and the Giant Weta unique to Cook Strait. This management programme means most species may be seen (weather and wildlife permitting). The main threats, to these species are weed and animal pests, and the spread of a Chitrid Virus (threat to frogs). Stoat trap lines, sign indicators, and pest contingency procedures are in place to control the access of stoats and weasels to the island. There is a constant threat of disease impacting on the Islands frogs and other wildlife. In order to minimise the risk of disease arriving on Maud Island, all visitors are requested to arrive in Havelock with clean clothing and footwear. Transfer of the disease may occur with dirty clothing, moist dirt or faecal material. SHUTTLE 6m (20ft) Licensed for 12 people. Shuttle is a fast Alloy vessel for Water-taxi, cruising, water-skiing. PRICES - 10 people at $160 per person
Considering a fishing trip from Havelock with your group? A large variety of fish can be caught using different techniques. We promote and teach Jig and Sports Fishing with advice and help tying of knots and setting up tackle. Some fishing gear can be available. Gary will help with filleting and bagging your catch for you to take home.Fishing and diving is all year round, with services suited to individual group requirements using sustainable fishing practices.
You’ll get directions to the departure location when you make a booking.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.