In 1944 Percy Berry bought nine acres in Arataki Road, Havelock North. With his son Ian, Percy registered 131 hives to Arataki Apiaries Ltd, and began a journey that resulted in the Arataki Honey we know and love.
Today, family-owned Arataki Honey has three manufacturing sites across the North and South Islands of New Zealand, employs over 100 people and is home to 1.5 billion bees.
Visit Arataki Honey Visitor Centre with Tour Napier
All the tours shown either include Arataki Honey on the standard itinerary or can include it on request.
Great tours in and around Hawkes Bay from locals.