Kaihoka Lakes walk
Coastal hills form a dramatic backdrop to these beautiful lakes. A 10-minute walking track begins beside one lake and heads gently down to the other. There is space to picnic at the car park and further along the road next to the lake.
Dogs and fires are not allowed in Kaihoka Lakes Scenic Reserve.
At Pakawau, turn left off the main road and head over Pakawau Saddle, turning right on to Kaihoka Road just before Whanganui Inlet. Follow this road for 6 kilometres to Kaihoka Lakes Scenic Reserve.
Places to stay
There are no huts, and camping is not allowed.
Guides and commercial tourism providers