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If you are staying in Auckland for awhile, take the time to visit Rangitoto Island. Emerging from the sea just 600 years ago, pest-free Rangitoto Island is the youngest volcano in New Zealand. The popular summit track climbs through the world's largest pohutukawa forest. The peak is 259 metres…
It is not everyday that you can say you've walked up a volcano.... this is a neat adventure for outdoorsy family. Prob 6years + then they can walk themselves up the hill. At the top you are rewarded with a stunning 360 degree view of Auckland city and the harbour that surrounds us. The rock…
Auckland has 53 volcanic cones - visit/climb them all or choose the most famous, Rangitoto Island. Take the Auckland Rangitoto ferry with Fullers Ferry. The crossing operates up to 21 times each week with sailing durations from around 25 minutes.
A dormant volcano island just off the harbor from Auckland. A short ferry ride away for an incredible adventure!
Meet Auckland’s youngest volcano and its picturesque neighbour. Don’t leave Auckland without a trip to Rangitoto Island, just a 25-minute ferry ride from downtown Auckland. The 360-degree views from the summit are incredible, but be warned: your photos will never do them justice. Take…
This is a lovely way to spend a calm overcast to clearing day. you need to BYO water and food. Climb up the island for a breathtaking 360 degree view.
Rangitoto Island a través de les experiències a Airbnb
Coneix aquest lloc emblemàtic mitjançant les experiències a Airbnb, activitats organitzades per residents de la zona i dissenyades per a grups petits
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“Waiheke is a haven of beautiful vineyards, olive groves and beaches, all just a 40-minute ferry ride from downtown Auckland. The white sandy beaches at Oneroa, Palm Beach and Onetangi slope gently down into the Hauraki Gulf and are perfect for swimming, kayaking, or having a picnic.”
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“Waiheke Island is a picturesque blend of farmland, forest, beaches, vineyards and olive groves. There is a great range of activities on Waiheke. Options include sightseeing, mountain biking, sea kayaking, a relaxed vineyard tour and much more. The delectable cuisine on offer is complemented by a range of award-winning wines produced at the island’s many wineries. Significant industries on the island include wine-making, olive production, tourism and arts, crafts.”
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“Waiheke is a must for a day trip.. Ferry is 40 minutes and leaves from the city. Lots of great wineries to choose from, Cable Bay is hard to beat on a nice day with lovely views back to the city. Others that worth a visit are Mudbrick, Goldie and Casita Miro.”
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“If you've come to the island for a wine tour and haven't had time to taste all the Waiheke wines....The Waiheke Wine Centre does tastings of all Waiheke Wines. ”
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“If you've got the time, it's a lovely drive down to Man O War Bay. The beach isn't as beautiful as Onetangi, but it has a lovely outlook with views to Pakatoa and Rotorua Islands. The vineyard boasts a wide flat lawn which is a rarity on Waiheke, which makes it a nice space for a glass of wine and it's pretty kid-friendly too.”
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