Wild Food Foraging
Did you know our native bush offers a smorgasbord of edible delights that were used in traditional Māori cooking and medicine?
Join our experts for a foraging experience and learn about the abundance the forest has to offer. Search for native plants and herbs, learn about their medicinal properties, and how Māori use them for healing and wellbeing. Try a wild food foraged spread and learn about the surprising nutritional benefits hidden in nature's bounty. *Note: We do not harvest from Maungatautari
We are proud to work with Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari as Inspired Kaitiaki, and to offer our unique corporate packages.
A world-class conservation project, this ancient eco-system is enclosed by the longest pest-proof fence in the southern hemisphere. By removing all mammals from Maungatautari it has provided a safe environment to reintroduce some of New Zealand’s most endangered species back to their natural habitat. Show your company's commitment to conservation by making a donation or getting more hands on...
Team building in the bush
Challenge your team to an Aotearoa style survival experience in an ancient setting.
Develop strategy, leadership, team work, problem solving and communication in a unique and fun way while each team is presented with a fun survival scenario and sent off into the bush. We can also a tailor a mindful hike as a team building exercise with interactive activities along the way. Work together on our kite of kindness for a morale boosting exercise that will give everyone warm fuzzies.
"Forget the stale air traditional venue! Keeping our attention, energy levels and engagement levels high was easy in this unique and inspiring setting. From the moment you enter Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari you're treated to an enriching experience. Kylie and the team coached us through a mindful hike which made the “head noise” disappear and enabled us to have a productive and engaging team working session. Being amongst the trees around a table with no pesky technology to get in the way of good old face- to-face conversations (not presentations) was priceless. We were treated to top notch “Nosh” in a wonderful setting."
- Douw Van Der Merwe, Director, Anthem Homes