Enjoy the stunning views of the harbour and sand dunes. Walk in the forest and see the two largest Kauri trees in the world.
Absorb the history of this area where Kupe the first Maori explorer landed more than a thousand years ago, followed approximately 200 years ago by some of the first European settlers to New Zealand.
You will soon feel relaxed in these small communities of friendly people. Although the Hokianga is only an hour’s drive from The Bay of Islands and three and a half hours from Auckland, you will feel like you’ve left the cares of the city behind. more
And there are also plenty of things to do - sandboarding, swimming, fishing, short and long walks, and more.
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Mobile-friendly - Okopako Lodge is situated is on a family farm and has large decks with panoramic views of the countryside, native bush and Hokianga Harbour. Okopako aims to provide reasonably priced accommodation within a rural eco-farm and gardens setting. Lodge accommodation plus camp sites.
6-BEDROOMED upmarket Holiday Home in Opononi, with spectacular water views of the Hokianga, plus two kitchen-lounge-dinings, large upstairs Deck, and downstairs SpaPool terrace. An ideal property for corporate retreats, extended families, multiple couples, and families with teenagers needing their own space.
Mobile-friendly - Ferry Link Horeke - Kohukohu - Rawene, Far North & Twin Coast Cycle Trails, Ferry - Scenic and Historic Tours - Dinner Cruises - Charters
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!
Located near Horeke in the Hokianga are the unique geomorphic formation of a 1.6km-long valley with thousands of 'fluted' basalt boulders. The valley is accessible through a footpath (featuring 22 engineered wooden structures) leading visitors under, around and over the boulders, some up to 30m in height, through rainforest and past many native trees, palms and ferns.
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