Bay of Islands is located in the Northland and it gets its nickname “the winterless north” because of the 2000 hours sunshine and warmth the region is drenched in each year. The area is also full of history – Hokianga Harbour was the landing place for Maori explorers’ first canoes over 1,000 years ago. The combination of warm weather, history, geographical diversity and natural beauty makes the far north a must see!
Down load your permission form here. Next Long weekend Labour weekend 25th October 2019 – 27th October 2019
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Bus stop at 26 Princes Street, Grafton, 1010 Auckland
MAP click here
|DEPARTURE TIME||9am Saturday|
|PASSENGER NUMBER REQUIRED||Tour is guaranteed with a minimum of 10 passengers|
|WHAT TO BRING||
|Age||From 14 years with permission form|
Visit the internationally famous Hundertwasser Toilet, the only building in the Southern Hemisphere designed by the Austrian born artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser.
Arrive in Paihia, the birthplace of NZ and the entrance to 144 islands in the Bay of Islands. Check in to the accommodation. Your guide can help you choose a place to dine out as a group or you can prepare your own meal in the excellent shared kitchen at the lodge.
IMPORTANT: Bring swimsuit, towel & sunblock
Dinner: Fish & Chips at the famous Mangonui Fish & Chips shop on the way back to Paihia (provided).
Lunch: Make your own arrangements for lunch based on the time between your activities.
The evening we spend it together see full itinerary
After a great morning, we venture back to Auckland. Approximate arrival time in Auckland between 6 and 7pm.*
*Times are approximate, please allow for variances in times due to unforeseen situations and depending on options chosen.
Fun Optional Activities (Extra Cost)