The Bay Of Islands has unbelievable natural beauty, there are around 150 Islands with stunning beaches making it an idyllic aquatic playground.
We can help you plan and book your tours, offering advice on the best way to experience the Bay Of Islands. There are some exceptional Tours to help you explore the unique things on offer. Swim with the Dolphins, dive sunken wrecks, sportfishing, trips to Cape Reinga Light house and back down 90 mile beach.
“Bay of Islands, an aquatic wonderland”, with around 150 Islands, mostly in their natural state make it the perfect environment for all kinds of marine life. Some of the islands have walking tracks through the native bush that lead to beautiful unspoiled sandy beaches.
A cruise is the only way to really explore its beauty and for that up close dolphin encounter. The specially designed catamarans give great viewing and easy access in and out of the water for the for those after the ultimate experience, swimming with the dolphins in their world.
Cruise includes an island stopover, offering kayak hire, historic & archaeological walks, or just relax in the Otehei bar & restaurant and gardens. Join the morning cruise and stay on the island for the afternoon coming back on the later boat. A great island experience and day out.
Eco-friendly way to see the Bay Of Islands “Sail Power” this trip gives a more intimate experience utilising the wind.
The powerful 50′ Sailing Catamaran cuts though the water effortlessly allowing you to relax on the spacious decks or in the comfortable enclosed cabin where there are refreshments available from the bar. This is the only yacht licenced by N.Z Department of Conservation to encounter and swim with dolphins.
After your Dolphin Encounter the trip stops at a beautiful island with scenic walks and untouched beaches, snorkel off the beach or yacht. Relax and enjoy the bay with a
BBQ lunch on board. This adventure is for those who believe the journey and getting there is as important as the destination.
A full day trip via 90 Mile Beach to the very top of New Zealand. The purpose built off-road vehicle which has been designed for the uniqueness of the trip is air conditioned and picks you up outside the motel.
Visit an ancient buried kauri forest 100 – 150,000 years old and learn about the early settlement years and the highly valued kauri gum and its many uses.
From there drive along 90 Mile Beach to Tepaki Stream, have some fun climbing the giant sand dunes and boogy board back down. Next stop Cape Reinga lighthouse with magnificent sweeping views, and the point where the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean collide.
Heading home you stop at the famous Mangonui Fish Shop for the freshest fish & chips and a cold drink from the fully licensed bar
Climb aboard this high performance catamaran powered by two massive turbo charge Volvo engines and get ready for a 1.5 hour action packed adventure and a spectacular way to see the famous Hole in the Rock and stunning scenery at Cape Brett. Not only does the cruise take you through the Hole in the Rock but deep into Cathedral Cave too. With an informative commentary, the passage back though the islands has stops for photo opportunities and a chance to see a variety of marine life. “The Bay of Islands at Full Throttle.”