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$241.28 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours


The Bay of Islands is an area on the east coast of the Far North District of the North Island in New Zealand.700 Years ago it was the 1st settlement for the Maori tribes when they came to New Zealand.It has the Second bluest sky in the World after Rio De Janeiro.This Full-day tour in search of Dolphins and other Marine life in New Zealand is definitely a must do while visiting Bay of Island.Tour starts by us picking you up from any location in Auckland, enjoy a three-hour scenic drive through North Auckland and into The Far North District.When you arrive in Paihia you will go to the Wharf to start your 4-hours guided boat cruise on the permits the skipper will go through the hole) , Stopping over in Urupukapuka Island where you can just relax on the beach, or walk to the top of the island to enjoy 360° views of this beautiful region before we make our way back to port caterman Dolphin seeker searching for Bottle nose Dolphins and other Marine Life. Visiting Hole in the Rock (if tide permits)After you come Back from your cruise we start our way to amazing Whangarei Water Falls where you can hike around the falls for 30 min and take lots of amazing photos.Then we head back to Auckland through the scenic roads of the North Land.Pick up Time: 8:30 am to 9:00 amDrop off Time: 8:00 pm -9:00 pm

$58.38 Walking & Biking Tours

Twin Coast Mountain and Ebike Hire

Twin Coast Cycle TrailTransport Options for The Twin Coast Cycle Trail in Northland. The Twin Coast Cycle Trail is the Far North region’s newest tourist attraction.  Running from Opua in the east to Horeke and Mangungu in the west it covers 87 kms of stunning scenery and history. The cycle trail passes through stunning scenery, runs besides rivers and estuaries, through tunnels and over bridges.  It also traverses areas that are rich in Maori culture and early European history.  You will pass through small Far North townships away from the main roads.  It is also often called the “Northland Rail Trail” because the first of the trail uses a disused section of the old North Auckland line.  Many years ago the “Opua Express” used to run over these tracks on its way to and from Auckland.  Trains coexist with the trail today where there is a 4 km stretch and trains and cyclist run side by side.Clients can hire bikes from half a day (4 hours) if they want to ride part of the trail. A popular route is to ride to Kawakawa, have lunch and cycle back or be picked up in Kawakawa and taken back to your ship/accommodation. Clients who want to ride the whole trail usually do so taking two full days (48 hours), we then collect them from Horeke at the end of the trail.

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