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New Zealand is such a beautiful country that if we tried to list all the locations you should visit, the page would be full, and you would need to stay in New Zealand for a year ! there are just too many places to list. As we apreciate that most people do not have that long, we have listed a couple that are very popular and deserve a special mention, and of course a visit.

As it is summer time at the moment, we have focused on summer locations.  All have fantastic scenery and we believe are some of the most amazing and beautiful locations on earth, ( but we may be a bit biased )

 

 

Bay of Islands

Coromandel

Nelson

Rotorua

 

 Bay of islands

The Bay of Islands, located in the northern region of the North Island, is considered one of the most picturesque parts of New Zealand, featuring beautiful white sandy beaches, exceptional views, great food and an extensive array of water sports and activities. 
For a relaxing and enjoyable day, or something a bit more adventurous, take a trip on one of the many cruises leaving from Paihia, such as the swimming with the Dolphins tours or a relaxing trip around the various bays and inlets, including a visit to the famous hole in the rock, or for the thrill seekers, jump on board a high speed boat and go for a full throttle ride around the bay. 
The area is also internationally renowned for big-game fishing, so if you love fishing, this place is for you! Make sure you book your fishing trip in advance to ensure you do not miss out!
As the home of the first European settler to visit New Zealand, Captain James Cook, the Bay holds significant relevance for all New Zealanders. Following the arrival of Captain Cook, the area became the first part of the country to be populated by Europeans. Toward the end of the 18th century, the whalers arrived, and based their fishing expeditions from the beaches surrounding Russell. In 1814, the first missionaries arrived and began their new life in the idyllic region. From pre-European times, when the area was populated only by the indigenous people of New Zealand, the Maori, to the modern times of today, the ocean and harbours of the Bay of Islands are the backbone of the community.
With such a strong presence in New Zealand history, a number of our key historic buildings and places are all located within a short distance from the main hub of Paihia. Must sees when touring the bay include a day trip on the passenger ferry to Russell, strolling the historic streets and taking in the spectacular panoramic views from Tapeka Point, then a short trip further north to visit the historic Mission house and Stone Store in Kerikeri, check out the Rainbow falls on they way!  For a bit more history, visit the beautiful Waitangi Treaty Grounds, the place where Maori and Europeans signed the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840, and for the keen golfer, head past the treaty grounds to the Waitangi Golf Course. The views alone will take your breathe away.
The ideal time to visit the bay is over the summer months, where the temperature regularly reaches 30 plus degrees (Celsius) and the area is full of outdoor summer events, while still maintaining the peaceful and relaxing environment.   During the winter, the temperature during the day can reach the low to mid-20s.
The bay is located approximately a 4-5 hour drive from Auckland using the direct route inland or a scenic route via Waipu Cove and the ocean side will add 2 hours to your trip, but it is well worth it ! 

 

 Coromandel

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 Nelson

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 Rotorua

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