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Adrenalin Forest
Region: Bay of Plenty
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A wicked adrenalin rush adventure park in the beautiful TECT park forest setting, over 25 flying foxes and 100 different challenges to overcome. How far will you go? At Adrenalin Forest we will give you the freedom to seek your edge. We will train you to push your limits in a secure environment. Then its up to you to overcome the physical and emotional challenges of multiple stages of increasing, fun and difficulty. We have several independent Pathways starting from just a meter off the ground and working

Business Website Address: http://www.adrenalin-forest.co.nz
Bay Explorer and Wildlife Cruise
Region: Bay of Plenty
Description:

Join us and cruise the day on the biggest charter boat in Tauranga, exploring the beautiful islands around the Tauranga Harbour. On the Bay Explorer you will get amongst the unique aquatic world of seasonal marine wildlife – Dolphins, whales, seals, sunfish, rays, school fish and birdlife. There is no additional cost for activities which include Stand-up paddle boarding (SUP), Kayaking, Snorkelling reefs, Swimming & Hiking. We are the most competitively priced and most experienced charter operators in the area. Bring your own lunch and snacks or we can arrange this for you Licensed bar so you can relax with a beer or wine Adults: $150 Child (age 6-12yo): $65.

Cathedral Cove Kayak Tours
Region: Coromandel
Description:

Welcome to Cathedral Cove Sea Kayaking where your safety and enjoyment are our priority. Our company’s mission is to provide you with the best short kayak trips in the country. Feedback suggests we are achieving our goals. All our trips explore spectacular volcanic coastline, and are designed for all levels and abilities. Landing daily at Cathedral Cove and appreciate this coastline in the best possible way – up close and personal in modern sea kayaks.

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Hahei Explorer Cathedral Cove Boat Tour
Region: Coromandel
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Experience the adventure as we explore Cathedral Cove, the marine reserve & offshore islands along our magnificent volcanic coastline. See all the highlights in one hour including the remote coast with its spectacular sea caves, and when the tide is right we take you into the hidden underground blowhole.

Marine life is all around & can be experienced up close because the boat is right in amongst the natural scenery. Watch gannets dive headlong into the sea. Penguins, seals & dolphins are a delight when they take time out of their busy schedules to visit us in the bay. We are licensed to view marine mammals. Come and join us on this magical trip as we visit the stunning film locations from the Narnia movie Prince Caspian.

Hot Water Beach is a ‘Must Do’ experience
Region: Coromandel
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A truly unique Kiwi experience that every New Zealander should experience at least once in their lifetime! An underground river of hot water flows from the interior of the earth to surface in the Pacific Ocean at Hot Water Beach – a long beautiful white beach located between Tairua and Whitianga. The stunning beach overlooks the Pacific Ocean and offshore Castle Rock, with Pohutukawa lined cliffs at either end of the beach. Two hours either side of low tide visitors flock to the usually deserted Hot Water Beach

Mataatua footsteps of our ancestors
Region: Bay of Plenty
Description:

Having now been connected to Mataatua and Te Manuka Tutahi in the heart of Whakatane will you be guided by us, on a walking journey, to explore some of the nearby sites of the ancestors of the local people from the tribe of Ngati Awa. The sites of significance you will visit are the footsteps of our ancestor Toi and his son Awanuiarangi. He established the tribal boundaries commencing from Ohiwa to Waihi which encompasses the tribal mountain Putauaki. Putauaki, which stands in Kawerau, looks across to the ocean of Toi and the ancestral meeting house Mataatua. Your journey takes you to the foundation landmarks of the area, connecting you spiritually and physically to the Footsteps of our Ancestors.

Business Website Address: http://www.mataatua.com/experiences
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Rocktopia
Region: Bay of Plenty
Description:

Rocktopia now open at 9 Triton Ave, Mount Maunganui. 26 fun climbs with 31 new challenges!

18 Climbing walls, 2 boulder caves. These walls were built by climbers for climbers and have produced some of the best climbers in the world. Also a world famous vertical slide and Leap Of Faith jump.

 

Business Website Address: http://www.rocktopia.co.nz
The Hauraki Rail Trail
Region: Coromandel
Description:

The Hauraki Rail Trail is one of the easiest riding trails in New Zealand. Perfect for those looking to enjoy our temperate climate and eager to indulge in The Coromandel’s homegrown cuisine. Cycle between heritage towns and through the Karangahake Gorge while sampling organic cheese and ice cream, wood fired pizza and boutique wine. The 82km trail showcases some of the best scenery, and is one of the easiest cycle trails in New Zealand. Accessible from Thames, Paeroa, Te Aroha, Waihi, Waikino and the Karangahake Gorge the Hauraki Rail trail is an easy grade one family friendly ride. Marvel at the wonder that is Karangahake Gorge, one of the “14 wonders of New Zealand” and the gold mining relics from yesteryear. The Karangahake Gorge showcases some of New Zealand’s best scenery, rich in pioneering history.

The Pinnacles
Region: Coromandel
Description:

Voted as one of the 101 Must Do’s for Kiwis, reaching the summit of the Pinnacles should be something every Kiwi does at least once! The stunning Kauaeranga Valley, located upriver from Thames is one of New Zealand’s true hidden treasures. Of the many popular historic walks in the foothills of the valley, the Pinnacles walk rates as one of New Zealand’s most popular overnighters, with an 80 bed DoC hut often booked out well in advance. The Pinnacles can be walked in one day if you’re fit enough. Allow 8 hours to do the loop, transport options are available to pick up and drop off from Thames.