Private Charter Bay Of Islands Cruise Ship Shore Excursion Jeep Safari

 
 

Overview:

Explore the historic Bay of Islands in a luxury, late model Jeep Wrangler with a maximum of 4 passengers in your group. On your private 4.5-hour guided tour you will see historic locations, spectacular waterfalls, panoramic scenery, subtropical rain forests and rural farming areas away from the crowds. You can also extend your tour with 1-hour options of a winery lunch or a visit to the Kawiti Glow Worm Caves. Your tour is adaptable with no fixed schedule, allowing you to stop for photos, ask questions, take your time or relax and talk with your local driver. Optional one-hour winery or glowworm caves extension Port or hotel transfers are included An ideal tour for travelers short on time in the Bay of Islands

Waitangi Treaty Grounds

Pass by the location of the cradle of the nation, the location of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi and learn about the founding document of New Zealand. Stop at the idyllic Waitangi Golf course for views to the Bay of Islands and the cruise ship anchorage.


Haruru Falls

Stop and view the horseshoe shaped waterfalls falls (and the chickens) one of the most photographed locations in the inland Bay of Islands.

The Stone Store & Kemp House - Kerikeri Mission Station

Photo stop at one of the earliest Anglican missionary posts in New Zealand and earn about the early contact between Maori and the European settlers. The heritage area has both the oldest surviving stone and timber buildings in the country and is situated on the banks of the Kerikeri River.

Rainbow Falls, Kerikeri

Visit one of the tallest and prettiest waterfalls in the Bay of Islands.

Manginangina Kauri Walk, Kerikeri

Walk among the ancient kauri trees along an elevated timber walkway. An easy walk that is also stroller and wheelchair friendly.

Kawakawa Public Toilets by Hundertwasser

A compulsory toilet stop, even if you don't need to use the facilities. See the famous public toilets by the Austrian artist Hundertwasser, his only southern hemisphere building and the last that he personally supervised. Experience the quirky community where Hundertwasser made his home and if you are lucky the train may pass down the centre of the main street.