With unspoilt sandy beaches, incredible ocean sunsets, lush green landscapes and a warm community, the Horowhenua/Kāpiti region holds secrets you only dare to dream about.
The diverse cultures and history that you will encounter will enrich your life. Retaining its 'small town New Zealand feel', and nature-based lifestyle, Horowhenua/Kāpiti is still very much a thriving business, manufacturing and agricultural hub with all the benefits of living in a large city - and then some!
The long, wide sandy beaches that characterise the Horowhenua/Kāpiti region provide a summer holiday mecca for locals and visitors alike.
It is known for its arts, crafts, wildlife and, thanks to its rich, alluvial soil and mild climate, for its farming, horticulture and market gardening. The Horowhenua/Kāpiti district is known as the lower North Island's "market garden" due to the output from the land.