North Island - Reasons to Stay Longer
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Taupo+Nobody cruises further than our Cruise Catamaran. Once aboard the Cruise Cat you can take a seat and enjoy all the comforts as you cruise to the Maori Rock Carvings and around the picturesque bays of Lake Taupo. A full commentary is given on the volcanic history and Maori mythology surrounding Lake Taupo more...
Kerikeri, Okaihau, Paihia, Russell, Waitangi
Paihia+Salt Air can offer you a unique and memorable experience of the Bay of Islands and Northland from the air with spectacular coastline views and island scenery. Our guided tour options and island escapes will also leave you with an appreciation of our local history, culture and coastal environment that is uniquely Northland more...The Rock NZ is the biggest, purpose-built house boat, offering a warm, homely accommodation for an overnight cruise of the Bay of Islands. With a capacity of 36, The Rock is suitable for travelers of all ages who enjoy great company, who are seeking new experiences, and don't mind getting their feet wet more...
Waitangi+We invite you to come and join us for it is only through involvement in our culture that you will gain a deeper understanding of who and what we really are. Our ancient histories and stories we share with you as we paddle our 40 ft Waka Taua (War Canoe) together on the tidal estuaries of the Waitangi River more...
Cambridge, Hamilton, Otorohanga, Tauwhare, Te Awamutu
Otorohanga+Woodlyn Parks NZ Sheep Shearing Farm Show is the New Zealand experience of a life time! See our pioneer history combined with a farm show. New Zealand's first Kiwi Culture Show with audience participation, see sheep shearing, bush animals, the kiwi bear and the dancing pig more...
Tauwhare+The Sculpture Park at Waitakaruru Arboretum is a former quarry that has been transformed into a magnificent 17.5 hectare garden and arboretum. The rehabilitation started in 1991 to enhance the existing features: rocky outcrops, ponds, flowing water and broad vistas. Open by appointment more...
Huntly, Ngaruawahia, Raglan, Waikaretu
Whangamata+Come to Surfsup and visit the amazing Donut Island Whangamata. One of the hidden gems on the Coromandel, Donut island is truely spectacular. Depending on the conditions you can Stand Up Paddleboard or Kayak to the island, and these are the only methods of getting there!!! more...
Carterton, Martinborough, Masterton
Ngunguru, Tutukaka, Whangarei
Whangarei+Take a walk through the history of time. From ancient sun, sand and water clocks, to rare antique clocks, and wacky, zany, unbelievable clocks – there’s something to entertain everyone in the largest and most historically significant collection of clocks in the Southern Hemisphere more...Kiwi North is set on 25 hectares of rolling, volcanic farmland, forest and bush, with views that overlook the city of Whangarei and the Whangarei Heads. The site features a museum, a nocturnal kiwi house and gift store, and unique Victorian heritage buildings. Pack a picnic and explore this unique site more...We offer land and water based activities for anyone visiting the Town Basin Marina. We specialise in providing a service that is safe and enjoyable for families and friends, community groups and visitors to Whangarei - "Te Paparahi O Te Raki", (The Gateway To The North) more...
Ahipara, Awanui, Kaitaia, Mangonui
Piopio, Waitomo Caves
Albany, Auckland, Helensville, Henderson, Muriwai Beach, Parakai, Piha, South Head, Waimauku, Waiwera
Auckland+Auckland Adventure Jet is an adventure tourism activity for thrill seekers to see Auckland City a different way, by jet boat! We offer jet boat tours on the Auckland Harbour, taking passengers for spins and tricks out on the water, while telling them about Auckland City and its surroundings more...You can hop off the plane and be flying within half an hour. We have world class coastal ridge soaring very close and good thermalling sites within an hour, where cross country flights of 40-80kms are possible. We have a beautiful mild climate and flying all year round more...
Henderson+We explore the delights of Auckland with a unique tour of the city sights or you can see nature at its best on the doorstep of our city with tours to Auckland’s lush coastal rainforest, the black sand beaches of the rugged west coast, Coromandel Peninsula or Great Barrier Island more...
Muriwai Beach+All our tours start with a brief safety demonstration which includes instruction on how to ride the horse. We have a lovely bunch of horses all chosen for their kind natures and laid back personalities. Our helpful, friendly and mature guides will be there along the way to also give pointers where needed more...
Waiwera+Located only 35 minutes north of Auckland, on the picturesque Hibiscus Coast. Our natural thermal pools are sheltered by the native bush and hills of the Waiwera valley. The perfect place to unwind and relax in our naturally hot thermal pools or try out our water slides! more...
Ballance, Feilding, Pahiatua
Coroglen, Coromandel, Hahei, Hot Water Beach, Tairua, Thames, Whitianga
Coromandel+If you would like to see inside the Stamper Battery, trained geologist Ashley Franklyn shares his passion for Coromandel's history and gold mining past in his famous one hour fully guided tour, described as "one of the most informative and interesting hours you can spend in Coromandel." more...Go on a fishing adventure in some of the best areas this country has to offer. Not only can you experience great fishing but also explore mussel farms, offshore islands, stunning coastline and scenery. There is also the marine wildlife on offer that is abundant along the Coromandel Peninsula more...
Hot Water Beach+
Thames+A guided tour takes you through an operational 19th century Stamper Battery and into one of the richest goldmines of the time. A self-guided tour allows you to explore the photographic museum, view a video presentation, discover mining relics and see steam-powered machines more...
Whitianga+Windborne is a 62 ft. gaff rigged topsail schooner that has been sailing the oceans of the world since 1928. A vessel of great character, charm strength and comfort, she was rebuilt in New Zealand in 1981 to combine the finest of seafaring traditions with the comfort and safety of the 1990's more...
Taihape+White water rafting on the Rangitikei River on New Zealand's North Island is as good as NZ rafting gets. The Rangitikei River is a wild, remote, free-flowing river with ample Grade 4 and Grade 5 white water. River Valley Lodge is located a short distance downstream from the best of them. more...
Mount Maunganui, Papamoa, Tauranga
Ohope Beach, Whakatane
Whakatane+Fly with Frontier Helicopters on our White Island Volcano Adventure, land in the sulphurous crater, and explore it's alien, moon-like surface. Fly with us and experience the best two hours of your life! more...
Omapere+Stepping into our special world you will be walking under the same stars that guided our ancestor Kupe from legendary Hawaiiki to New Zealand. On the paths of the forest we meet trees that were already giants before his arrival and that were standing before the birth of Christ more...
Onetangi+Ever fancied seeing just what Microbrewery looks like? It's not as glamourous as you think, but we're pretty damn proud of this little beauty, and she makes some great beers! We brew every day in the high season, however during the offpeak season we love to cater to beer enthusiasts with our BrewTour more...
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