Kaka Point Vacations
From Kaka Point, it's about 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the northeast to Dunedin and 110 miles (177 kilometers) to the northwest to Queenstown.
Visitors commonly use Kaka Point as a launch pad for further adventures. This sought-after tourism region is blessed with an abundance of fascinating sights and attractions. Milton, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest, and Tokanui, 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the east of Kaka Point are worth a visit too.
Dunedin is around 50 miles (80 kilometers) from Kaka Point. This center features a diverse range of points of interest, including St. Clair Golf Club, University of Otago and Edgar Centre. Dunedin has plenty to offer visitors happy to hang around a little longer. Mount Cargill, The Fletcher House and Tomahak Beach are just a couple of the other points of interest not to pass by.
Discover Kaka Point's heavenly side by paying your respects at the region's churches and other holy sites. For a low-cost outdoors activity that everyone will like, take the time to check out the region's open-air museums, gardens and lighthouses.
If you are not the type of traveler to take holidays purely to relax, the area around Kaka Point offers a number of outdoor-adventure activities like abseiling and hiking. If you enjoy the water, plan to enjoy some watersports. Boating is a popular option here and another option is fishing.
The world is like a book and those who don't spend time traveling stay on only one page. So book your journey and enjoy the adventures to be had in Otago.