- October 2018: 16, 25
- November 2018: 3, 12, 21, 30
- February 2019: 1, 10, 19, 28
- March 2019: 9, 18
- April 2019: 5, 14
Day One: Auckland - Bay of Islands
- Tour transport
- Two tour guides
- Camping accommodation (tent and self-inflating camping mattress)
- Three Breakfasts & Three dinners
- Use of sport gear
Leaving Auckland at 10am you'll head to the "winterless north" and the pristine beaches of the Bay of Islands. We stop at the incredible Uretiti beach for a walk or swim in the warm waters. Grab a rugby ball and frisbee off the bus and brush up on your passing skills at this picturesque beach spot. On arrival into Paihia, the gateway town to the Bay of Islands, choose from the highly recommended Mangrove walk or a beautiful cycle to the thundering Haruru waterfall.
Day Two: Bay of Islands
- Meals included: dinner
- Walks: Mangrove Walk to Haruru Falls
- Activities (own cost): Waitangi Treaty House (Maori culture), twilight kayak
Experience a full day exploring the Bay of Islands and its turquoise waters. This subtropical region is the perfect playground for water lovers and a great place to soak up the sunshine. With a staggering 144 islands, the Bay of Islands offers diving, sailing, swimming and fishing along with some excellent walks in the native forests leading to quiet beaches and special views. This region is also home to some of the oldest European settlement in New Zealand and many historic buildings.
Day Three: Bay of Islands - Orewa
- Meals included: Breakfast & dinner
- Walks: Scenic viewpoint or coastal walkway
- Activities (own cost): Sailing, fishing, diving, dolphin swimming, kayaking, Maori Culture
There is a day full of adventure ahead as we travel to the rugged and soulful West Coast. The first stop comes with a chance to try your skills sand boarding or if you don’t fancy heading down the sandy slopes there’s a nice coastal walk. Then it’s back on board as we head south towards the Waipoua Forest, travelling through the largest remaining tract of native kauri forests in Northland. We leave the West Coast and cross back over to the East towards the final destination and camp for tonight, Orewa. Home to one of the Auckland regions longest and safest beaches it’s a great place for a stroll and a swim.
Day Four: Orewa - Auckland
- Meals included: Breakfast & dinner
- Walks: Coastal walk, Waipoua forest
- Activities (own cost): Sandboarding
Orewa is often blessed with a beautiful sunrise over the sea which is well worth the early start to check it out. Leaving early from camp travel the short distance to Auckland arriving there by 9:30am where it’s time to say our final farewells.
- Meals included: Breakfast
About The Beach It Tour:
If you want to escape the city for a few days of fun in the sun, then this trip is ideal. Enjoy warm turquoise waters, golden beaches, superb rides and fantastic hikes on this great journey around the winterless North. Take the chance to hike through towering, ancient Kauri forests or slide your way down sand dunes as we discover the real beauty of New Zealand’s far north. The Beach It tour is a great taster for our unique and popular trip style and can easily be linked in with longer trips.
Valid from Oct 16, 2018
Expires Apr 17, 2019
Bookings essential. Subject to availability. Valid for a three-night Beach It tour exploring the far north of New Zealand. Deal valid for one person. Valid for the following dates: October 2018: 16, 25, November 2018: 3, 12, 21, 30, February 2019: 1, 10, 19, 28, March 2019: 9, 18 & April 2019: 5, 14. Accommodation will be in a shared tent with one other of similar age & gender. Single tent upgrade available for an additional cost. Bike hire is optional and at an additional cost of $80, subject to availability No refunds unless required by law. No cashback. Not to be used with any other offer.
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