Iconic New Zealand Lodge Introduces ‘Estate to Plate’ Culinary Safari

Rotorua’s iconic wilderness luxury lodge Treetops Estate is promoting a new premium food experience styled as ‘The Estate to Plate Safari’, as reported in an article on Robb Report.

The safari begins with a tour of the Treetops’ kitchen gardens, where guests can sample garden produce and is followed by a visit to the manuka honey aviaries.

Guests then move out into the Estate’s 2500-acre property to encounter some of the local wildlife. Wild deer and water buffalo share this wilderness paradise with wild pigs, sheep, rabbits, pheasants, partridge, geese, ducks, rainbow and brown trout.

“The Safari concludes with the tantalizing optional half-day Wild Food Cooking School that begins with foraging for native ingredients in Treetops’ pristine 800-year-old forests.”

The unique and personal experience focuses on estate-reared meat and grown produce, 100% pesticide free and organic.

Treetops Lodge & Estate, located just 20 minutes from the heart of Rotorua, is a private wildlife sanctuary and secluded retreat nestled within breath-taking terrain, which offers adventure activities for the whole family.

Article Source: Robb Report, February 2, 2016

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