Bay of Islands Day Tour

Head towards one of New Zealand’s favourite tourist destinations – Bay Of Islands, which is situated towards the Northern tip of the North Island

Enjoy spectacular rural and coastal scenery en route to visit Pahia City (Bay Of Islands). First stop at Parry Kauri Park to view the two gigantic Kauri trees. Visit the Museum or take one of the board walks through the native bush.


  • Parry Kauri Park​

  • Whangarei Falls​

  • Explore Pahia city​

  • Haruru Falls​

  • White Sand Beach​

  • Hole in the Rock Cruise (View of Dolphins guaranteed).​

  • Waitangi Treaty Ground​

Tour Details

Whanagarei Falls

Stretch your legs when we make a brief stop at Whangarei Falls, which is a beautiful 26m waterfall near the maritime town of Whangarei. It can appear as several parallel columns of water or a large rectangular column depending on whether it has been raining heavily or not.

A loop walk allows you to experience the falls from both its top and bottom. There is a picnic table at the bottom, which is a nice spot to check out some of the ducks swimming across the plunge pool before the falls.

Explore Pahia which is famous for its white sand beaches and beautiful coastline, with a vast variety of marine wildlife. Enjoy the shops of a bygone era.

We then move on to Haruru Falls, which are a miniature version of the famed Niagra Falls, that offer amazing sceneries.

You can also choose to experience Pahia’s top attraction ‘Hole in the Rock and Cape Brett’ cruise.
Enjoy the views as you cruise past the Cape Brett Lighthouse, before arriving at the majestic Hole in the Rock – hold your breath as the skipper navigates through the narrow space and admire the rock walls which soar above you. Take in the Grand Cathedral Cave before heading back into the sheltered waters of the Bay. Keep a look out for common and bottlenose dolphins, whales and other marine life as we get you up close to the action from the comfort of Dolphin Seeker.

Head back to Auckland and be dropped off at your desired location in Auckland City with a small memento from us.

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