Port of Tauranga Attractions and Activities
Located in the beautiful, sunny Bay of Plenty, Port of Tauranga is the largest port in New Zealand, both in terms of total cargo volume, and in terms of container throughput. The Port of Tauranga is situated in a natural harbour protected by Mount Maunganui and Matakana Island, and is a hub for wildlife tours and cruises, water taxis, car hire and other transport services.
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Full-Day Island & Wildlife Cruise or Half-Day Dolphin & Wildlife Cruise. Award winning #1 boatcruises in Tauranga and Mount Maunganui. A genuine kiwi experience in nature. Watch wild dolphins swimming up close. Orca killer whales, sharks, seasonal whale watching, penguins, seals, sunfish, school fish & seabirds. Join us on our large spacious boat for a shared lifetime experience. Bring the camera.
A Kiwi Bay of Plenty Fishing, mussel farm fishing, and Hunting business that lets you choose between saltwater or freshwater fishing or local hunting. Novice or experienced. Lindsay will teach and share his childhood passion in and around Whakatane, White Island, Whale or Raurimu Islands and Rotorua and Taupo Lakes. Trout, Snapper, Kingfish, all gear supplied.
Our Scenic Cruises on the iconic KEWPIE are very popular. The boat cruises the inner Tauranga Harbour to isolated islands and peninsulas. There are options to Hop-on Hop-off at Matakana Island at no extra cost. Join us on the scheduled 1hr Scenic Cruises or hire the vessel for a scenic tour, corporate or party cruise. Licenced Bar.
Every year the Port of Tauranga sees cruise ships from Australia, the Pacific Islands, North America and Europe, pass through the Tauranga harbour. Port of Tauranga is situated close to the heartland of New Zealand’s North Island tourism industry, with the scenic wonders of Rotorua, Taupo and the Waikato (Hobbiton, Waitomo Caves), all being major draw cards for international tourists.
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