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Okuti Garden

216 Okuti Valley Rd, Okuti Valley 7591, New Zealand
| +64 3-325 1913
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Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
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Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
Okuti Garden Okuti Valley  New Zealand
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Okuti Garden

A farm-style experience about an hour from Christchurch, Okuti Garden caters to travelers who love to create and play. An art box encourages crafting; “tree circles” are great for yoga and meditation; and a small lake features a boat popular among readers and small children. Bohemian accommodations include yurts, a tepee, a caravan, and a cabin. Each is homespun and handmade, decorated with drawings, wind chimes, and dream catchers left by former guests.

The property is completely off grid, relying on composting toilets, a solar shower, and a gray-water system that recycles wastewater to irrigate the wetlands. One area of the wetlands grows willow rods, which are woven into arches, domes, and tunnels—turning waste into wonders.

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Nomadic Lodgings: Okuti Garden in New Zealand

Okuti Garden, a bed-and-breakfast with yurt accommodations, features a solar shower and an organic garden. Use the shared semi-outdoor kitchen or dine in the main house, where chefs prepare feasts made from homegrown ingredients. —Kellie Schmitt