Wild and beautiful with walks along the beach and in the surrounding forest. It is equiped with toilets, hot showers, and a shelter with a fridge and sink, a few cooking sites and picnic tables.
Coin-operated electric bbq. The Campsite is run by the Okarito Community Association on public land with a concession from DoC.
Price: $12.50/night per adult, children free. Cash on arrival, no reservations necessary, just come in and find a spot. Bring $1 coins for the showers. http://okaritocampground.co.nz/
The Okarito Beach House
We have two self catering lodges available, each with three en suite double or twin rooms and one private self contained chalet.
Linen and bathroom amenities are included and WIFI internet and laundry is available at an additional cost. Prices range from $85-$120 a room. Contact your host Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 7534 080.
Well equipped two bedroom purpose built cottage sleeps seven plus. Price range $80 to $140. More information at: - http://www.holidayhouses.co.nz/properties/56237.asp
New (October 2014) two bedroom cottage, sleeps seven plus. $80 to $140. More information at: - http://www.holidayhouses.co.nz/properties/54817.asp
Three bedroom holiday house sleeps ten plus. Price range $110 to $170.
Optional sleepout extra. More information at: - http://www.holidayhouses.co.nz/properties/56238.asp
(Self Care) $100 per night- 1 Queen bed and ensuite , 1 double room with 2 king singles. All modern amenities. Minimum stay 2 nights.
Contact Jane Scott email@example.com
Opposite Donovan's store, 14 The Strand - 1 bedroom with double bed and a single bed in the open plan kitchen/ living room. The cottage has an open fireplace for driftwood fires and sounds of the sea. $100 per night. Self care.
Contact Sue Scott firstname.lastname@example.org
Okarito Holiday Cottage
Small 2 storey house with modern kitchen. Upstairs bedroom, with downstairs open plan lounge/kitchen and separate bathroom. Lovely outdoor area, landscaped with an outdoor fire bath.
This is a self-clean bach, linen can be provided at an additional cost.
Enquiries: Kaylene Sampson <email@example.com>;
More information: http://www.holidayhouses.co.nz/properties/56310.asp
New two bedroom cedar clad holiday home with fantastic sea views, sleeps up to five. Price from $150. For more information:
Okarito Cottages (these holiday homes can also be packaged with Okarito Boat Tours for discounted trips/stays):
Stay in one of Okarito's original kiwi baches at the popular Kiwi Cottage – 2 cosy bedrooms sleep 3 adults or a family of five comfortably. The big open fireplace keeps the cottage warm on a chilly evening and the front steps are the perfect place to enjoy the morning sunrise – simple, relaxing and very Okarito! Rates from $80/night (pets welcome on notice) For photos and more info: http://www.holidayhouses.co.nz/properties/56004.asp
If you enjoy a little extra room to relax in, this is the holiday home for you. Three bedrooms and a large open plan lounge and kitchen lead out sliding doors to a large patio and back garden. The open section leads to the beach and Tasman sea. Comfortably furnished, washing machine and tub available, this house is great for the family or for 2 or three couples traveling together. Rates from $120/night For photos and more info: http://www.holidayhouses.co.nz/properties/56003.asp
New to holiday homes, this comfortable family home has one of the best decks in the village – step through either set of sliding doors to view the sea from the lounge or dining area. The open plan area is great for couples, the family or friends to gather in. Two bedrooms with extra beds sleep up to 7 people. Big logburner and plenty of firewood to keep you warm on the cooler evenings and windows look out to the sea, mountains and rainforest. Rates from $130/night For photos and more info: http://www.holidayhouses.co.nz/properties/57104.asp
The Okarito Schoolhouse
You'll have a lovely stay in this unique hostel consisting of two main rooms and 12 bunk beds. There is a full kitchen on site. Showers are across the road at the campsite (cost $1). This house is now administered by Department of Conservation. http:/www.doc.govt.nz.
Okarito YHA History - see www.okarito.net/page/history