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Northern Light - 5 Days

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Northern Light - 5 Days

Day 1: Auckland - Hot Water Beach

Pickup location: 31 Wellesley Street West, 07:45
We leave Auckland at 08:00 and drive south towards the Coromandel Peninsula. The Coromandel as locals call it, is a popular holiday spot for us Kiwi’s and it's not hard to see why. With stunning white sandy beaches, dense fern forests and a rich history of both Maori and European settlement, the Coromandel Peninsula is the perfect place to start your trip!

We’ll stop for lunch in the seaside town of Tairua before continuing on to Hahei Beach - the gateway to Cathedral Cove. You can either go for a walk along the coastline or take to the water on one of the best sea kayak activities in the country. Cathedral Cove has a limestone archway that featured as the gateway to Narnia in the movie 'Prince Caspian' and is a great place to take a dip in the turquoise waters of the Pacific Ocean. Our camp this evening is very close to another iconic location, Hot Water Beach, so named because there is a unique geothermal reservoir of hot water under the sand. At low tide, we’ll grab our shovels and head down to dig our very own hot pools in the sand - the perfect way to start off our adventure!

Meals included: Dinner
Walks: Stunning coastal walk with views over the Pacific
Bike rides: 8km scenic road cycling
Activities (own cost): Sea kayaking, Hahei Explorer

Day 2: Hot Water Beach - Rotorua

This morning after breakfast, we'll drive down to the historic gold mining town of Waihi, home to an awesome beach and 'Martha's Mine', an actual working gold mine. Afterwards, we’ll continue on our journey to Rotorua, a geothermal wonderland!

There are heaps of optional activities in Rotorua and something for everyone. If you’re interested in adventure, go for the award winning Canopy Tours eco zipline tour, or go white water rafting down the world’s highest commercially rafted waterfall. If you’d prefer to relax, go for a healing soak at the Polynesia
spa, or if you’d like to explore the natural geothermal features of the area, there's plenty of walks where you can see the activity for free. For a cultural immersion experience, we recommend heading to the incredible Mitai Maori Village where you'll learn about Maori culture, experience the breathtaking Haka and feast on a traditional Hangi meal. There’s a lot to pack into one day but we promise it will leave you wanting more!

There’s a lot to pack into one day but we promise it’ll leave you wanting more!
Meals included: Breakfast & lunch
Walks: Stroll through towering, ancient forests & unique thermal landscapes
Bike rides: Whakarewarewa Forest Loop (33 km)
Activities (own cost): Mitai Maori Village, Polynesia Spa, Zipline Canopy Tour, Kaitiaki Rafting, Te Puia

Day 3: Rotorua - National Park

We begin the day with a drive to visit a natural hot spring, wake up with a nice soak in the geothermally heated water and listen to the calming sounds of nature - the perfect way to start the day! Our next stop on the way into Taupo is the mighty Huka Falls, an impressive waterfall found along the Waikato river. This is also our drop off point for those wanting to go white water rafting or skydiving! If you’re not doing these activities there's a great walk or a bike ride into the city along the river's edge - be sure to stop off at the natural hot spring along the way or get an adrenaline buzz from the Taupo bungy which is conveniently located on your way into town. You’ll have some time in Taupo to grab some lunch and check out New Zealand’s largest lake, Lake Taupo, before we make our way to Tongariro National Park, where we’ll be spending the night.

Meals included: Breakfast & dinner
Walks: Walks of various distances past dramatic waterfalls and around Lake Taupo
Bike rides: Waikato River MTB Trail Huka Falls 6.4km, cycle on the lakefront - up to 10km
Activities (own cost): Skydive, bungy, giant swing

Day 4: National Park - Kapiti Coast

Voted one of the best day hikes in the world, today's 19.4km walk takes in some of New Zealand’s most impressive and diverse landscapes. The challenging Tongariro Alpine Crossing hike covers a small section of the country’s oldest national park and dual UNESCO world heritage area, the Tongariro National Park. On a fine day you’ll be able to see Mt Ruapehu, the North Island's highest peak which stands at a towering 2797 metres. You'll also be able to see Mt Ngauruhoe, which featured in Lord of the Rings as Mount Doom. If you'd prefer not to do this hike, there's cycle options or a walk along the Tongariro river where you'll have a beautiful mountainous backdrop. When everyone is back together after the hike we'll start making our way
to our camp, situated along the Kapiti Coast.

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch & dinner
Walks: Tongariro Alpine Crossing, Tongariro river track
Bike rides: Fishers track
Activities (own cost): Tongariro Alpine Crossing (transfer fee only),Mini Gold, Rock Climbing

Day 5: Kapiti Coast - Wellington

Today is the final day of your tour and this morning we’ll take a short drive to Wellington, the capital of New Zealand! Say farewell to your Guide and your travel companions, we hope you had a great time on your Northern Light adventure! We recommend checking out the exhibits at the famous Te Papa Museum, getting some Lord of the Rings behind the scenes insight at Weta Workshop or take the iconic red cable car up to the Botanical Gardens. The capital also boasts a thriving café culture, as Wellington is renowned for serving NZ's best cup of coffee.

Meals included: Breakfast
Activities (own cost): Te Papa National Museum of NZ (free), Weta Workshop, Cable car

What’s Included

- Experienced tour guide
- All local transportation. If you have chosen the bike rental option, then it is also included.
- 4 night's accommodation
- Meals as specified in itinerary
Oversikt

Hva er inkludert?

Ekstra utgifter på reisen
Please check the itinerary for optional paid activities.

Aktiviteter

Please see the different activities (either free/included or requiring an extra payment) in the itinerary.

Overnatting

You can choose between Shared Tent with two people, or a Single Tent. If you travel alone and want a shared tent, you will be paired with another traveller of the same gender.

Lokal transport

All local transport is included. If you have chosen the bike rental option, then it is also included.

Måltider

Some meals are included (please see itinerary). Evening meals are prepared on a relaxed and informal rota system. Your great guides will lead things but every 4 or so nights, you will be with a team of other budding chefs preparing some great feasts for your fellow travellers - generally one person chops, another looks after veges, another cooks and someone needs to check the wine!!!

Tilleggsinformasjon

What footwear do we need?
You’ll need to bring a decent pair of comfortable footwear, that you can walk in comfortably, trainers are ideal. Hiking boots are good but not essential. It is also good to bring a pair of flip-flops, sandals or thongs (depending on whether you speak NZ English, Oz English or just English) for the camp showers.

It's summer. Do I really need thermals and a fleece?
Yes! We can experience extreme weather even in the summer.

Do I need a backpack, or is a suitcase okay?
Suitcases are fine - you don’t need to walk great distances with them just between your tent and the bus. The majority of the time while you’re doing activities they will be stored away in the trailer or under the bus. Please try to limit the weight of your main bag to 20kg. A good day pack (small rucksack) or bag you can carry easily is recommended for water bottles, towels, cameras etc.

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