Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary
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Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary

1190 Ohauiti Road Rd 3, Tauranga 3173 New Zealand
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Stay in an enchanting "Bush Whare" with en-suite at an Eco-Lodge and Nature Retreat. Guests receive hearty breakfasts, evening Glow-Worm tour, Rainforest tour (included in tariff), and feed Mount Tutu sheep. Enjoy woodland/water gardens, Rainforest Bird Sanctuary, and awaken to bird song. Protected (QEII National Trust) paradise, with trees over 500 years old. Free Wi-Fi for email in Guest Lounge and some rooms. MICROWAVE & FRIDGE in Guest Lounge close to rooms, BBQ available. SPECIAL NZ$69.00 DISCOUNT WHEN STAYING SECOND NIGHT, PLEASE ENQUIRE. NO PHOTOS HAVE BEEN PHOTO-SHOPPED AND ARE A TRUE REPRESENTATION. We offer a rustic and authentic experience with the charm and hospitality of yesteryear. Accommodation is built using recycled materials (1970's retro decor) providing cosy and comfortable Whare (cabins) with ensuite and Family Room with separate private bathroom.
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Carina J wrote a review May 2020
Nuremberg, Germany1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We've been on our fourth trip to New Zealand when we discovered this little piece of heaven and had one of the most magical experiences of our lives by standing in a little stream in the middle of the night with our children tucked closely to us and admiring these thousands of glow worms. Thank you so much Debbie and Tim! You are one of the kindest people and were so nice to our children and even so our daughter didn't speak any english she felt the warmth of both of you and your lovely daughter!
We also enjoyed the great breakfast, the bird songs, the other nice animals and the guest lounge with all the books, games and toys for the children.
If we would have to criticize one thing than it would be that the mattresses were a bit worn out but this is nothing that should stop anyone from visiting your lovely place!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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scuba_steve_0617 wrote a review Dec 2023
Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina6 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Tim and Debbie are great host and their hospitality is unparalleled. The glow worm walk is awesome and unique as it allows you to see them very close! Also, Tim is a great guide and very knowledgeable. The property is very peaceful and the kids enjoyed the sheep, goats, ducks and more. A true hidden gem!
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Date of stay: December 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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RachieOnTourNZ wrote a review Feb 2021
Auckland, New Zealand1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a lovely stay with Debbie and Tim, who went out of their way to make it a great experience. We had the family room with a very comfortable and homely lounge/mini kitchen adjoining and a good bathroom. As there is no tv the kids had a great playing board games and enjoying each others' company. The glowworm walk was very exciting and we had a great walk around the fam and bush in the daytime too, with Tim sharing his extensive knowledge. I would highly recommend this experience to get Kiwi kids out into nature and off screens! Wonderful stay and very close (15/20mins?) to Tauranga for beach/city time if needed. Wonderful breakfast and Debbie's home baking!
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Date of stay: January 2021
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lalaplum wrote a review Feb 2015
Whangarei, New Zealand2 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My partner and I highly recommend visiting Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary. We stayed for 3 nights and were amazed by the exceptional hospitality and the depth of wisdom and love that Tim and Debby have for the well being of Mother Earth. They have transformed and rehabilitated the land around their home; returning the land to it's true wild essence. We were mesmerized by the experience of the glowworms night walk and the explanation of a glowworm's life cycle. Tim also lead us on a day hike through his property passing through creeks, ponds, and forest canopies. We were fascinated by the ability of Tim to identify many plants and trees while also sharing his story and observations of the native forest. We highly recommend having a visit. Our car broke down as we arrived there and Tim was so helpful, offering us tools and assisting in adjusting our spark plugs. He even pulled us out of his driveway by attaching our car to his vehicle and getting us to the hill so we could jump start and begin our journey to the mechanic. Please enjoy for yourself the beautiful sunsets, meet and feed the unique horned sheep with white and brown markings , and bring some seeds to share with the cute chickens that enjoy following you around and hanging out. Thank you Tim, Debbie, and Louisa! We wish you great abundance, love, and peace. May many more families transform their homes into a native forest!
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Date of stay: February 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from MountTutuEcoTauranga, Owner at Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary
Responded 21 Feb 2015
Thank you so much much for you kind words and lovely comments. We enjoyed sharing our sanctuary with you, and we too wish you great abundance, love, and peace. Arohanui.
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JB_overseas wrote a review Jan 2015
Pudong4 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We thoroughly enjoyed our 3 night stay at the Eco-Sanctuary, and it was a highlight of our trip to New Zealand in Jan 2015. High above Taronga on a narrow country road and surrounded by forest, the property is an island of peace. As all other reviews have said, Tim and Debbie were welcoming hosts, and their devotion to the land was inspiring. The glow worm tour with Tim was a unique experience -- was amazing to stand in a running stream in the quiet night forest, surrounded by pinpricks of light from glow worms. The following day Tim took us on a bush walk, and seeing the forest in daylight gave a perspective on how much Tim and Debbie have done to restore it. Our children loved feeding the horned sheep that Tim has bred, communing with the friendly chickens, looking at fish in the ponds, and following the paths around the property (our son said they were like a maze, and they both had a great time being safely 'lost').

Our Whare (cottage) was clean, comfortable and quiet -- we could hear sheep in nearby fields, birds in the forest, and occasional bellowing of buck deer from a deer farm across the valley. We have 2 children and had been a little concerned about space given some of the previous comments about Whare size, but Tim and Debbie provided a bunk bed for the children. It was a tight fit for the four of us but was cozy and we all slept well. With so much to do outdoors and a large reading room in the main house, there is no need to spend much waking time in the room anyway. However, if you are travelling with 2 older children (over age 10-11) I would recommend booking 2 Whare. One downside/suggestion was that the curtains don't block out the light, and the summer sun comes up early. Nobody else has commented on this so we might be unusually sensitive; we just hung towels over the curtain rails so we were not awakened at dawn.

We had dinner at the Eco-Sanctuary one night -- a simple but delicious meal which we all enjoyed. Afterwards Tim and Debbie's youngest daughter kindly came out to sing a few songs for us. This made the evening very special, especially when our son could accompany her on the violin for one of the songs.

Overall we would highly recommend Mt. Tutu Eco-Sanctuary if you are looking for peace, an unusual experience of New Zealand nature, and a warm welcome.
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Date of stay: January 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from MountTutuEcoTauranga, Owner at Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary
Responded 30 Jan 2015
Thank you so much for your lovely comments. It was our pleasure to meet you, get to know you, spend time with you and share our Sanctuary with you. Thank you for your curtain feedback - we will attend to that. Feedback is very important to us and we really appreciate it.
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Joe77062 wrote a review Feb 2015
Houston, Texas312 contributions163 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
I had a tough time rating this one. We found this interesting place outside of Tauranga on TripAdvisor. It's very rustic, set in a beautiful sanctuary. The benefits of the stay are a personal tour of the grounds by Tim who is extremely knowledgeable about the flora and fauna and a glow worm tour at night. The grounds tour took over 2 hours and it was obvious that Tim cared a lot about the place. Our room was a twin bedroom in an "A" frame cabin that was very small (we had to leave our suitcases in our car) ... the sink was in the bedroom. This was not a problem as we did not expect "the ritz", but pack light to stay here. I gave it an average rating as it was a different / unique experience but it seemed that maintenance was lacking in several areas with things overgrown, broken, not cleaned very well. See photo of entrance to our room. The cooked breakfast was good (typical "English" Breakfast). It is very far from the nearest restaurant and on a road you don't want to drive on at night unless you're a local.
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Date of stay: January 2015
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from MountTutuEcoTauranga, Owner at Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary
Responded 21 Feb 2015
Thank you for your evaluation and comments. Our modus operandi is to provide rustic charm with cosy comfort in the midst of a rainforest sanctuary and a pioneer feel. We have an extensive range of photos of all rooms on our website from different angles, see "Accommodation Bush Whare" page on our website, We value all feedback and attend to suggestions made. The next review after yours is from guests who stayed in the same Bush Whare with cleanliness and service rated 5 out of 5. It was a pleasure meeting you and sharing our sanctuary with you - thank you for your comment in our Visitors Book, "this is definitely paradise".
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Nadine W wrote a review Dec 2014
Bad Homburg, Germany295 contributions85 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Location
The Short's Eco Sanctuary which has B&B character (only that you stay in private huts, not in their house itself) is located ca. 18 km out of Tauranga. It is good to use the description on their website to find Ohauiti Road. Once you are on it, just drive on for 11.90 km (but be sure to make a photo stop for the great view on Mount Maunganui). Then follow the narrow path through the rain forest - until you have reached the sign "Welcome, You have reached Middle Earth where birds soar, hobbits roam and the Short people live!"... and all of it is nothing but the truth.

Room
There are 3 huts (the Shorts call them Bush Whare) which are actually one building but because every veranda and entrance points in another direction, you feel very private. There has to be a 4th one but I didn’t register it.
We stayed in the Pukeka room.
They are quite simply constructed but lovingly decorated. The shower and sink are separated from the bathroom with a curtain and the toilet is behind a door. Some people may complain that the water pressure in the shower is too low for their liking - but you have to keep in mind that they run their place as an eco-sanctuary, so they have certain limitations.
The room itself is not too big but the common room is more than spacious enough. Free wifi connection was excellent in the common room and not too bad on our veranda.

Breakfast
There were fresh and preserved food, a choice of cereals, toast with jam and eggs. Of course there was coffee, tea and juice, too.

The sanctuary
Tim and Debbie chose to protect their property more than 20 years ago when environment protection was still looked at as something peculiar. They live their conviction.
The sanctuary is in the middle of nowhere with no cell phone coverage - which is excellent to relax!
You can sit on a chair with a book and listen to the singing birds or go hunting Keruru (wood pigeons) with your camera. You can stroll around and admire the Mount Tutu sheep or giggle about the curious hens which follow you on every step of your way. You could even discover a weta which are not only the heraldic animal of the famous special effects company (Lord of the Rings etc.) but an endangered species, too.
The very best of all was the glow worm tour after nightfall! We were equipped with rubber boots and headlights, and then Tim and Debbie led us into the forest and in a streambed. The moment when we turned off our lights and were surrounded by pinprick sized glowing lights like a star-spangled night was just... magical.
After the tour they led us to a field where we could watch the night sky and explained how we could find the Southern Cross.
On the next morning, we enjoyed a 1.5h tour with Tim who is on first-name terms with every single tree in his small patch of rain forest.
All in all it was an unforgettable experience - thank you very much, Tim and Debbie!
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Date of stay: November 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from MountTutuEcoTauranga, Owner at Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary
Responded 30 Jan 2015
Thank you so much for putting the time in and doing such a comprehensive review. We are overwhelmed. Wonderful having met you and having you to stay.
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Irene S wrote a review Aug 2014
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia16 contributions6 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I celebrated our 1st year wedding anniversary at Mount tutu Eco-Sanctuary earlier this month.

Tim & Debbie were fantastic hosts during our two night stay in the Pukeko whare which included a very delicious breakfast. They are a very friendly couple and instantly we felt comfortable due to their warm and inviting manner.

I don't believe there is a local hotel that could give you a true nature stay. The forest was so beautiful. We also attended the tours which were both very informative & a great sight to see. The glow worms just give you a feeling that's out of this world.

Definitely recommending Mount Tutu to our friends and family in Australia!
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Date of stay: August 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from MountTutuEcoTauranga, Owner at Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary
Responded 30 Jan 2015
We are so pleased that your special anniversary was a memorable occasion, and it was truly wonderful sharing our Sanctuary with you. We look forward to some time meeting your friends and always give referrals from previous guests a special repeat tariff. Warm regards.
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Roula M wrote a review Mar 2014
Takoma Park, Maryland16 contributions3 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
Not only was the property serene and beautiful, it was a place to tour and learn, like a museum without walls. Meeting & feeding the farm animals, hiking the rainforest by day and discovering the glowworms by night, our hosts guided us. They offered up facts about the fauna and species, sharing their personal experiences and answering our questions. My teenage children, who have always been "save the earth" kids were truly inspired by this couple who shared so much knowledge and beauty with others, and have been involved with conservation efforts such as rehabilitating endangered parrots and growing their glowworm population. The common space where we ate and lounged housed lots of posters and reading materials to acquaint us with the natural environment as well as the sites in the surrounding local towns. The rooms were a little small and more appropriate for a pair rather than 3. Most of the time there however, we walked the beautiful grounds with the rooster and chickens in tow, or spent time lounging in the common room. Only two nights there and we felt we'd come to know two very special people and happened upon a slice of paradise.
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Date of stay: February 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from MountTutuEcoTauranga, Owner at Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary
Responded 1 Apr 2014
Thanks so much for your kind words. We enjoyed sharing our Sanctuary with you. Great photos!
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Jackie H wrote a review Oct 2011
Hong Kong, China49 contributions12 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Surfing on tripadvisor searching for where I should stay for my trip in New Zealand, by luck I bumped into this "specialty lodging". Unlike other specialty lodgings, this is an eco-sanctuary!

At first, I worried about staying here, because from the website, it looked so primitive like in the middle of forest. I had almost given up staying here until I read about the glowworm, which says glowworms are less than 50cm from you, unlike other tourist caves where they are 5 metres above you. For this, I decided to take the "risk" of staying "in the middle of forest", it has to be in forest for some good reasons.

We felt the warmth of the hosts, Tim and Debbie, well in advance of arrival through email, who were well adapted to whatever request we had about the dinner and arrival time.

On the night of stay, although we arrived late because of taking the wrong (longer) highway from Taupo, and missing the entrance due to GPS, Tim and Debbie showed no impatience at all. We were fortunate that the time was flexible because we were the only guests for the night.

The dinner was apple sauce on pork, with potato and vegetable, I enjoyed the potato in particular as the cut and preparation gave it a very unique texture.

The highlight of the stay was definitely the glowworm tour, in their "backyard", which is indeed a forest given the vast area and dense vegetation. Tim led the way, and Debbie took care of us from behind, a two on two private tour! Tim was humorous and had made a lot of laughters on our way down to the small stream where glowworms inhabit. With the headlamp on, we saw glowworms, glowworm strings, spiders (and their webs), with the headlamp off, we saw a "fairyland" made up by glowworms' light. This was very different from my previous experience where watching glowworms is more like watching stars in a planetarium, here you can get REAL close to them in the REAL natural environment. Tim and Debbie were very kind and patient for me spending the time experimenting different camera settings in such difficult environment for photography, and assisted with lighting for exposure and auto-focus. But anyhow, the only way to fully appreciate the glowworms here is to come in person and see them with your eyes.

The sleep was probably the best in the trip, so good that we woke up late and failed our promise to have breakfast at 8am. After the breakfast, Tim led us for the morning rain-forest walk, first visiting his chickens, sheep, turkey, then into the rain-forest where trees have been standing there for over 500 years. Tim is very knowledgeable in ecology of the forest to the extent that I believe he can survive in rain-forest base on what he knows. Tim is also humorous to say that they learnt the age of trees by... (I'd better keep it secret for Tim).

The stay here in Mount Tutu was not the the most luxury, but definitely the most remarkable and memorable in our trip. With the great hospitality of Tim and Debbie, and the uniqueness of the stay, I think it should be ranked No.1 in the region.

Stop paying elsewhere for glowworm tour, farm visits and rainforest walk, you get all here, 4-in-1, with Tim who is definitely a professional in nature, and a much more personalized experience.

After the stay, I'm glad that I had decided to be here, and highly recommend to anyone going to NZ, a definite must-go/must-stay.
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Date of stay: August 2011
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Nikki L wrote a tip Jan 2021
16 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Tui room is directly opposite the common room with all the games, the most central room i'd say."
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Mac-Di wrote a tip Feb 2020
Noank, Connecticut5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"This is a small eco-lodge with separate, bungalows set in a tropical garden. All the rooms are great."
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Paula wrote a tip Oct 2019
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Our room had a lovely patio with a view of lush surroundings."
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Sabrina K wrote a tip Dec 2018
Atlanta15 contributions6 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"A homely feel in the middle of the rainforest!"
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KatieTL wrote a tip Jan 2017
NA19 contributions18 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Pukeko faces out toward the field"
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PRICE RANGE
AU$212 - AU$218 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
New ZealandNorth IslandBay of Plenty RegionTauranga
NUMBER OF ROOMS
4
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Frequently Asked Questions about Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary
Which popular attractions are close to Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary?
Nearby attractions include Kaiate Falls (7.0 km) and Johnson Reserve (7.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, free parking, and kids activities.
What food & drink options are available at Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Mount Tutu Eco-Sanctuary?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Elms (14.0 km), Gate Pa Memorial Reserve (10.7 km), and Brain-Watkins House Museum, Est. 1881 (13.0 km).
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