The Coromandel is home to pristine, golden sand beaches, ancient forests and largely untouched by civilisation, giving it a chilled out vibe that makes it one of New Zealand’s top holiday destinations. This makes it one of the best locations in the country for outdoor adventures, from hiking, cycling to kayaking – but you’ll need someone to guide you. Coromandel Adventures has got you covered!
Is Coromandel worth going to?
Coromandel Adventures is a passionate and experienced team of locals, waiting to share the beauty, history and culture of their home. Whether you’re seeking thrills or simply want to take in the tranquil scenery, they’ll help you truly connect with Coromandel and make your trip unforgettable.
Choose from a number of fantastic adventure packages, like the Coromandel Classic 2-day trip. Hop aboard their ferry for a 2 hour cruise through the Hauraki Gulf to Coromandel Town, where you’ll see all sorts of spectacular wildlife and environments along the way. Head to the eastern coastline to enjoy incredible views and a pristine beach, where you’ll get to relax in your own hot beach spa! Experience the world famous Driving Creek Railway through a native forest to a spectacular viewing tower. Avid hikers can book a place on the Coromandel Costal walking tour, where you’ll walk along the famous 3-4 hour long walking track through ancient forests with unmatched views of the coastline and Barrier Island, while learning about the areas abundant history and fascinating geology along the way. The waters you’ll get a view of are perfect for kayaking, so why not join them for a kayaking tour of Cathedral Grove! This is the best way to appreciate sea caves, islands and all the hidden nooks and crannies, up close and personal.
These are just some of the adventures on offer, so head to their website now to see what experiences await you!
- Prices vary on package, see their tours page for more details.
- Complimentary pick up from accommodation in Coromandel town can be arranged.
- Their regular pick up point is in the car park of the Coromandel Information Centre, Woollams Avenue, Coromandel Town.