Activities and Attractions / Rotorua

New Zealand River Jetlink

Shannen Fisher
+64 7 333 7 111
Groups and Free Independent Travelers

At New Zealand River Jet we specialise in the extra ordinary Jet Boating experience. With tours ranging from 1 hour to 5.5 hours, we offer our clients the opportunity to experience a true, kiwi, iconic adventure. Take in the wonders of Orakei Korako, rated as one of the world's top 5 Geothermal Parks or conquer The Squeeze, one of NZ's highest rated Jet boat Excursions. All tours include guided stopovers, incredible destinations and a 30 min thrill ride. 5 Star Trip Advisor Activity.

Accommodation / Taupo

Suncourt Hotel & Conference Centrelink

Chloe VanderSlik or Nadia Graham
+6473788265
Groups and Free Independent Travelers
Hotel

Suncourt Hotel, with our fabulous onsite restaurant Lake Bistro offers magnificent Lake and Mountain views and is only a short stroll away from Taupō’s buzzing town centre and the beautiful lakefront. This recently refurbished Qualmark 4 star rated property offers 24 hour reception, swimming pool and a hot soak pool. 40 of our 52 accommodation rooms capturing the magnificent lake and mountain views, free WiFi and Sky Guest Select are available in every room. The Hotel has a variety of room types to suit your needs, whether you are planning a family trip or a romantic mini break. Taupo is home to some of New Zealand’s best scenery, activities and experiences.

Activities and Attractions / Rotorua

Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderlandlink

Mericia Waqanimaravu
+64 7 366 6333
+64 21 362 051
Groups and Free Independent Travelers
Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, German, French, Spanish, Other

"One of the 20 Most Surreal Places in the World" Trip Advisor THOUSANDS OF YEARS IN THE MAKING, explore spectacular nature at New Zealand's most colourful natural volcanic area. Walk at your own pace - view the unique Champagne Pool, Sinter Terrace formations, Steaming Ground, Bubbling Mud, Expansive Vistas, Huge Volcanic Craters. The Lady Knox Geyser erupts daily at 10.15am. Excellent facilities at modern Visitor Centre. We are a cashless site, accepting all major credit and EFTPOS cards.

Activities and Attractions / Bay of Plenty

Katoa Lake Rotorualink

Katoa Lake Rotorua is the only company offering Jet Boating and Parasailing on Lake Rotorua alongside exclusive access to the majestic Mokoia Island by Jet Boat or the comfort of a purpose built Water Taxi.

Activities and Attractions / Rotorua

Lakeview Golf and Country Clublink

Sue Falconer
+64 7 357 2341
+64 27 201 0940
Groups and Free Independent Travelers

Lakeview Golf and Country Club is an 18 hole par 72 golf course with spectacular views of Lake Rotorua and the surrounding countryside. Lakeview has undulating fairways and challenging greens set in a beautiful natural environment. Native birdsong can be heard amongst the peace and tranquility. Every hole is different and poses a fair challenge to golfers of all abilities. There is a golf shop for all your golfing needs with clubs and electric carts available for hire. We welcome all visitors and look forward to meeting you and discussing some playing tips!

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Tairāwhiti Gisborne Winerieslink

Sam Cameron
+64 6 867 2000
+64 27 726 2266
Groups and Free Independent Travelers

Tairāwhiti Gisborne is home to a mix of large producers, boutique wineries, and entrepreneurial growers, who are continuously exploring new varieties and vineyard sites.
Chardonnay is the dominant variety and enjoys great success, with the region known around the country and world as the Chardonnay Capital of New Zealand. The Viognier, Gewürztraminer and Chenin Blanc are world-class too.
The mix of high sunshine, verdant landscapes, fascinating history and the exciting range of wine styles makes Tairāwhiti Gisborne a beguiling wine destination.
The region is home to The First Light Wine and Food Festival and the Chardonnay Affair, attended by wine lovers from all over the country and the globe.

Accommodation / Hawke's Bay

Cobden Garden Bed and Breakfastlink

Rayma Jenkins
+64 6 834 2090
+64 27 695 1240
Free Independent Travelers
Bed and Breakfast
3
5

Cobden Garden is the perfect B&B retreat in Napier. Offering a warm welcome and generous hospitality in an elegant colonial villa. Traditionally decorated but with modern facilities to provide for your every comfort.
Located on Bluff Hill with extensive views, Cobden Garden is a 12-minute walk or 3-minute drive from the heart of Napier City.
Guests can relax in the tranquil garden and enjoy the song of the many birds who make this established garden their home.
There are three spacious, thoughtfully furnished bedrooms with king size or twin single beds and modern en-suite bathrooms.
Guests enjoy sumptuous breakfasts using fresh local produce and a pre-dinner social hour with local wine.

Activities and Attractions / The Coromandel

Coromandel Adventureslink

Sarni Hart
+64 21 813 722
+64 21 813 722
Groups and Free Independent Travelers

Coromandel Adventures are Destination Specialists and The Coromandel's leading tour company, offering a comprehensive and unique range of quality tours, walks and packages throughout The Coromandel and Central North Island. Our central location in the charming, historic Coromandel Town provides the best opportunity for your clients to encounter the rich diversity the region has to offer.
Our full range of full day and half day tours can be selected individually to suit the specific needs of your clients, or combined into one of our multi-day or custom packages. We work in conjunction with the Fullers360 ferry to provide a range of day trip and package options ex Auckland to all major scenic attractions.

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Tolaga Bay Wharflink

Sam Cameron
+64 6 867 2000
+64 27 726 2266
Groups and Free Independent Travelers

A Category One Heritage NZ Site and one of the top 100 historic sites to visit in the country, Tolaga Bay Wharf is believed to be the longest wharf of its type in the Southern Hemisphere, standing where Captain Cook sailed to meet the Te Aitanga a Hauiti tribe when the Endeavour first reached New Zealand.

Today the wharf is world-famous and reaches out into the blue Pacific for 660 metres, itself dwarfed by the massive cliffs of the nearby headland. It’s a rite of passage to walk the length of this historic pier. Camping ground at the wharf site and a safe, sandy beach for swimming, surfing and walking, and is an excellent place to catch a fish.

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East Cape Lighthouselink

Sam Cameron
+64 6 867 2000
+64 27 726 2266
Groups and Free Independent Travelers

Stand at the edge of the earth at the East Cape Lighthouse, a highlight of the State Highway 35 pilgrimage, as the most easterly point in New Zealand. The lighthouse was originally constructed in 1900 on nearby East Island but in 1922 the was relocated to the main land. It was manned by three lighthouse keepers, then became fully automated in 1985, and is now controlled from Maritime New Zealand headquarters in Wellington.
Accessed by 800 odd 'easy' steps it's a steep climb but really worth it once you get to the top for the spectacular views, and is stunning place to see the first light of the new day.