Great Barrier Island Nature and Eco Tourism
Great Barrier Island enjoys a great selection of nature attractions and eco tourism sites. Experience breathtaking scenery, see amazing natural wildlife and explore the pristine beauty of our clean green country.
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Mobile-friendly - Bush and Beach help you make the most of your time in Auckland, offering enjoyable and innovative small group guided tours in and around Auckland. We can help you find out about Auckland city or explore stunning rainforests and beaches of Auckland’s West coast. From Auckland we have daily tours to Hobbiton movie set, Waitomo caves or beautiful Coromandel.
Mobile-friendly - Glenfern Sanctuary is nestled within on Aotea/Great Barrier Island and is one of the best kept holiday secrets. Glenfern Sanctuary is the ultimate holiday destination, offering guests the luxury of staying nestled within a predator fenced nature sanctuary filled with bird life. Stay in one of the oldest homesteads remaining on Great Barrier Island or Glenfern Cottage.
Mobile-friendly - Explore Auckland's amazing outer Hauraki Gulf with fully guided and catered charters to Great Barrier Island, Little Barrier, the Hen & Chicken Islands and Mokohinau Island group. Sight-see, dive, snorkel, kayak, bird watch and learn about the Gulf's amazing ecology and conservation efforts. Complimentary use of snorkel gear including masks, fins and wetsuits and use of 2 sit-on-top kayaks.
Mobile-friendly - Tongariro Crossing, Coromandel and Lake Waikaremoana Great Walks. 1 - 4 day guided walks and hiking tours with small backpacks and expert guides. Experience the North Island's best walks with a small, fun group. Everything provided, including transport from Rotorua, Matamata, Taupo, National Park or Whakapapa Village.
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