Discover Northland's stunning coastline, on our epic 3-day adventure for 18-35-year-olds!
Looking for a fun way to experience all the must do's of the Northland, but don't have time for the North Island? We’ve got you covered!
Get ready to see the “real New Zealand” on an unbeatable 3 day Winterless North, New Zealand North Island tour that takes you to a bunch of awesome, handpicked hot spots, all whilst travelling with a group of like-minded people.
Discover all the best bits from nature to history & journey through epic landscapes rich in Maori culture. As we blitz the Northland from Auckland up, we'll explore the sweetest spots from the local hideouts to the coolest beaches. You will get to see the worlds largest Kauri Tree - Tane Mahuta, visit NZ's most northern point, Cape Reinga Lighthouse, spend 2 nights in the heart of the Bay Of Islands - Paihia and more!
Join us, discover your boundaries, immerse yourself in the moments like no other, and kickback for one hell of a ride!
We’re dedicated to making sure you have a Sweet As time, so check out our flexible tour options to suit your travel style below.
Daily Itinerary Highlights:
1. Auckland – Paihia: Visit the Tane Mahuta – Lord of the Forest in Waipoua Forest, grab a local fish n chips for lunch in Opononi and stop 2 nights in the heart of the Bay of Islands, Paihia.
2. Paihia – Cape Reinga: Visit the most northern point of New Zealand with a coastal walk at Cape Reinga Lighthouse then finish off the afternoon gliding down New Zealand's largest sand dunes at Te Paki & see 90 Mile Beach.
3. Paihia – Auckland: Enjoy the morning off exploring the Bay of Islands. Take a cruise to the famous Hole in the Rock or boat over to the original capital, Russell. On our route back we'll journey through NZ's most northern city, Whangarei.
Sandboard Hire - Te Paki
Waitangi Treaty Grounds Entry - Paihia
Russell Return Ferry
9am Hole in the Rock Cruise
All prices are shown in NZD ($)
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