Cape Reinga Attractions and Activities
Cape Reinga has many tourist attractions and travel activities with something to suit all ages, tastes and budgets. From adrenaline-pumping adventure to a relaxing day out, you need never be bored in Cape Reinga.
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Take a short stroll from the Cape Reinga/Te Rerenga Wairua car park down to the lighthouse. From here you can enjoy the outstanding panoramic views and pay respect to a site that is steeped in Maori tradition.
Mobile-friendly - The Ultimate 4 X 4 purpose built Truck/Bus experience. Cape Reinga via Ninety Mile Beach—fun-filled full-day tour departing Kaitaia 9:00 am daily. The tour includes places like the Ancient Kauri Kingdom, Wagener Park, Rarawa beach, Cape Reinga, Tapotupotu Bay, Te Paki Sand Dunes (toboggans on bus), Aupouri forest and much more - Adults $50, Children $25. Complimentary lunch included.
Mobile-friendly - Pīwakawaka Tours provides day-trips showcasing the spectacular Whangarei area, gateway to the north of New Zealand. Annemieke and her knowledgeable tour guides will take visitors to local scenic spots, offering a hot BBQ lunch and other activities for their entertainment. Private Shuttle Hire. Can pickup and drop off anywhere from Auckland to Cape Reinga.
Mobile-friendly - Experience the best of the Far North on this day trip with Sand Safaris. Highlights of the tour include Cape Reinga, sand boarding at Te Paki sand dunes, Tapotupotu Bay, a drive on 90 Mile Beach and more. Tour provides frequent stops, driver commentary, and lunch. Sand boards are provided. Departs once daily from Ahipara, Kaitaia or Awanui.
Mobile-friendly - Exposing you to New Zealand’s new beauty through active outdoor tours: All inclusive multi-day adventures • Family friendly day tours • Private tours • Complete custom itineraries for those wanting something a little bit different!
Mobile-friendly - Zig Zag Charters is based at Mangonui in beautiful Doubtless Bay on the east coast of Northland, New Zealand. We offer full-boat day and overnight charters as well as day and half-day trips for individual passengers. Zig Zag is a highly-stable 58 foot catamaran with two full-bathrooms and two double-berth cabins licensed for up to 30 passengers.
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