Northland Discovery –
A Journey in the Hinterland
New Zealand’s Northland presents a glorious panorama of beautiful white sand beaches that stretch between ancient volcanic headlands. The profusion of secluded coves and tranquil harbours washed by warm tropical ocean are framed by dramatic coastline and spectacular, sub-tropical forest. The warm, sub-tropical Northland region stretches northwards from Auckland to include the wildly beautiful Bay of Islands, the Kauri Coast, the Far North and Whangarei.
Auckland – Bay of Islands – Auckland
(4 Nights/5 Days)
The Bay of Islands is made up of more than 144 subtropical islands that dot the ocean at the northern-most tip of New Zealand. An aquatic playground of wild and breathtaking natural beauty, it offers the thrills of some of the best big-game fishing in the world.
The Northland’s rich and unique history ties both Maori and non–Maori people together. Historical sites and artefacts can be found throughout the region. It is also home to the historic 19th-century whaling port of Russell, the country’s first colonial-era capital.