New Zealand's Northland region of the North Island begs to be explored on your trip to the Aotearoa (Land of the Long White Cloud). A combination of breath-taking seascapes, golden beaches, secluded coves, ancient forests and oodles of activities to cater to all budgets, makes Northland one of New Zealand's most tourist friendly spots.
The Northland region extends north to the tip of the Northland Peninsula, covering an area of 13,940 km2, a little over five per cent of the country's total area. It is bound to the west by the Tasman Sea, and to the east by the Pacific Ocean. The land is predominantly rolling hill country. Farming and forestry occupy over half of the land, and are two of the region's main industries.
Mobile-friendly - Parasail over the beautiful Bay of Islands with Flying Kiwi Parasail. New Zealand's highest and most experienced Parasailing at 1300ft of towline. Enjoy breathtaking views in our Single, Tandem and Triple flights. Suitable for everyone as NO physical or age restrictions. Great fun for families, couples or bigger groups. No getting wet unless you want to. CELEBRATING 20 years.
Parasailing in Paihia is the ultimate way to see the spectacular Bay of Islands with its 144 islands.Take a solo, tandem or triple Parasail Flight and enjoy the incredible 360-degree aerial views. No one flies you higher! We also offer Island Tours and Parasail Combo Island Tours for groups. Please enquire for those!
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