TOP KAYAKING SPOTS
Cape Reinga is the northwesternmost tip of the Peninsula, at the northern end of the North Island of New Zealand. Cape Reinga is located over 100 km north of the nearest small town of Kaitaia. Weave through the calm waters of the mangrove forest out to the Parengarenga Harbour, NZ's most northern harbour. With no commercial vessels in or operating on this pristine harbour, this place is recognized as the 3rd cleanest harbour in the world.
The Coromandel Peninsula is a top New Zealand holiday destination with awesome scenery and white sandy beaches. The Coromandel Peninsula is only 1 hour’s drive from Auckland International Airport. Two places that are a must to visit on the Coromandel include the awesome Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach where you can dig a natural spa bath in the sand.
Rangitoto Island is a volcanic island in the Hauraki Gulf near Auckland, New Zealand. The 5.5 km wide island is an iconic and widely visible landmark of Auckland with its distinctive symmetrical volcano cone rising 260 metres high over the Hauraki Gulf.
The Whanganui River is a major river in the North Island of New Zealand. With a length of 290 km, the Whanganui is the country's third-longest river. Much of the land to either side of the river's upper reaches is part of the Whanganui National Park, though the river itself is not part of the park. The river is lined with historic sites to visits as well as the infamous 'Bridge to Nowhere'
WHITE WATER TRIPS
The North Island of New Zealand has some great White Water Kayaking trips. To find out more we suggest you consult www.rivers.org.nz