Explore NZ´s Favourite Destination!
The Coromandel is one of New Zealand’s most loved holiday destinations. Its rugged coastline is studded with golden sand beaches as forested hills climb into the sky behind to provide some of New Zealand’s most stunning scenery.
Coromandel is furnished with an amazing collection of white sand and surf beaches. Through the centre of the peninsula an impressive, heavily forested mountain range runs provides a stunning backdrop. Volcanic hills are cloaked in native rainforest and you can experience the blue dazzle of the Pacific Ocean with the calming greenness of the kauri forest.
Beach Walk in Muriwai and Wine Tasting
Lying only 40 kilometres west of Auckland is the wind swept paradise of Muriwai beach.
Muriwai presents a rare beauty with its sparkling black sand and dunes, a result of volcanic eruptions spreading ash into the Tasman sea. Surrounded by native New Zealand bush Muriwai is one of New Zealand’s premier surf spots and surfers can be seen out amongst the waves.
Muriwai is also home to one of the country’s few gannet breeding colonies. Perched upon a rocky cliff the views are spectacular.
Enjoy the amazing caves of Waitomo!
Undulating green fields, tumbling waterfalls, spectacular rural vistas and, of course, its world renowned limestone formations and caves systems make Waitomo a destination like no other. The glowworm, Arachnocampa luminosa, is unique to New Zealand. Thousand of these tiny creatures radiate their unmistakable luminescent light as our expert guides provide informative commentary on the Caves historical and geological significance.
Hobbiton and Hamilton Gardens
Explore the movie set from the Lord of The Rings and amazing gardens!
Venture with us to Middle Earth and the home of the Hobbits in our tour of Hobbiton.
Hobbiton was the set of the award winning Lord of the Rings Film trilogy. Here we will explore the magic world of Middle Earth. We will take a trip to bag-end, the home of Bilbo and Frodo and where their adventure began. You will get lost among the hobbit holes and be able to visit the Green Dragon, the mill, the Party Tree and more. Explore the stunning beautiful Hamilton Gardens including Paradise Garden Collection and Te Parapara – New Zealand´s first traditional Maori garden.
Tackle this world renowned one day hike.
The Tongariro Alpine Crossing has been called the best one-day trek in New Zealand, while others say it ranks among the top ten single-day treks in the world. New Zealand’s oldest national park and a dual World Heritage Site filled with rich cultural heritage and breathtaking scenery. The Tongariro National Park has unique landforms, including the volcanic peaks of Ngauruhoe, Tongariro and Ruapehu.
Discover this geothermal wonderland.
Sometimes known as ‘Rotovegas’, Rotorua is famous for it’s bubbling mud pools, exploding geysers and natural hot springs as well as showcasing our fascinating Maori culture. When you visit Rotorua you’ll be immersed in one of the most unique tourism sites in the world.
Bay of Islands and Cape Reinga
Explore the gems of Northland
The Bay of Islands is a major New Zealand tourist drawcard thanks to its stunning scenery and a fascinating history. 150 undeveloped islands punctuate turquoise waters in this awe-inspiring setting. From the beautiful Bay of Islands it’s Northward to Cape Reinga where the Pacific Ocean meets the Tasman Sea in a spectacular swirl of currents – this .