Kaitaia Attractions and Activities
Kaitaia 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 Kaitaia.
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Fern Ridge Hideaway is a luxurious holiday home & retreat located in the Maungataniwha Ranges, near Kaitaia. It's a brand-new, two-bedroom holiday home that can cater for between 2 and 4 guests at any one time. Fully self-sufficient, Fern Ridge Hideaway is environmentally friendly and an intimate location for a special romantic getaway, or an outdoor adventure with friends.
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 - 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 - Exclusive 2½ hours 4x4 guided Ahipara Reef tours. Cruise along Ahipara rocky shore and over various terrains all the way to the tallest Ahipara sand dunes in ready-for-action Can-Am SSV’s. Sand boarding optional. 2-seater or 4-seater vehicles. From $100.00 per person. Bookings essential. Tide and weather dependent. Full driving licence required.
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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