The Coromandel

The Coromandel Peninsula lies east of Auckland, on the other side of the Hauraki Gulf. An impressive, heavily forested mountain range runs right up the middle of this peninsula – it’s bordered on each side by kilometres of spectacular coastline. On the west coast, there’s a never-ending parade of beaches, coves and harbours lined with pohutukawa trees. The eastern side is furnished with an amazing collection of white sand and surf beaches. The past can also be found in the charming colonial architecture and historical buildings preserved in several towns around the region. The coastal nature of the Coromandel makes it a brilliant choice if you like to fish, surf, dive, snorkelling, swim or wander along beaches. For contrast you can head for the hills and hike the trails in the forest.

Suggested Activities Include:

  • Personalised Fishing Trip
  • Full Day Hunting Trip
  • Kayaking Cathedral Cove
  • Cathedral Cove Marine Reserve Tour
  • 309 Road & Coromandel Highlights Tour
  • Night Glowworm Luxury Tour
  • Driving Creek Railway Eco and Art Tour

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