Village Shuttle - Services - Business

By: Village Info  06-Dec-2011

Village Shuttle

Driver/owner Mr Ivan Halstead

Phone : 06 877 7632                 mobile : 0211 676 411

We have the most modern Airport Shuttle service from Napier Airport to Havelock North, Hastings, Napier and surrounding districts. The " Village Shuttle" is a new minibus that offers all the comfort that one could expect in Hawkes Bay. The shuttle has air conditioning, carpet, is very comfortable ( high roof) and offers competitive pricing, in most cases being much cheaper than other means of transport.

Havelock North offers many transport options to visit the many surrounding wineries, restaurants and other attractions. Look for them on this page.

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