Northland Beach and Coastal
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.
Located just 100km north of Auckland Harbour Bridge, making it the perfect choice for your first or last night stop north of Auckland. Variety of affordable holiday accommodation options including two self-contained cabins and a studio unit. Onsite caravans with awnings, non-powered and powered sites. Riverside is a peaceful holiday park set in manicured grounds. Kids' playground plus two trampolines.
Mobile-friendly - Day sailing adventure cruise including swim with the dolphins adventure. Come sailing on Carino NZ. Help to hoist sails or sit back and relax. We are the only yacht licensed to swim and view wild dolphins in the Bay. Included is an island stopover for Snorkelling tours, Islands walks, beach games and BBQ lunch. Depart Paihia 9.30am-3.45pm daily.
Mobile-friendly - Join us on a full-day tour to Cape Reinga on our Dune Rider Unique vehicles. Visit the must-see Cape Reinga Lighthouse, witness stunning views of the meeting of the Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean, climb and boogie-board the spectacular northern sand dunes, experience the Gumdigger's Park, take a leisurely stroll on 90 Mile Beach. Driver commentary and lunch included.
Mobile-friendly - New Zealand is blessed with a smorgasbord of walking tracks providing opportunities for access to the great outdoors. These tracks fall into many categories, and traverse public and private land. Walkways gazetted under the Walking Access Act 2008 and established by the NZ Walking Access Commission can be viewed on our website and on the Walking Access Mapping System (www.wams.org.nz).
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