Framed by native Pohutukawa trees on the western side, beautiful white sandy beaches on the east and divided by ranges cloaked in native rainforest, the Coromandel’s 400kms of coastline offers a truly distinctive blend of experiences. With a range of trails to explore, from short coastal walkways to multi day treks, the region offers delights at every turn. Experience amazing marine reserve seascapes, Visit an artist’s studio. Reflect on the heritage of a region first discovered by the two great navigators, Kupe and Cook.
Location: Less than two hours from the Auckland International Airport journey via the idyllic Seabird Coast through the Hauraki Plains and onto The Coromandel Peninsula Alternatively catch a ferry from Auckland to Coromandel Town, or fly direct into Whitianga, For a taste- of real New Zealand relax and enjoy this paradise that the locals call home, They’ll help you understand why The Coromandel is good for your soul.
Coromandel is a renowned destination in New Zealand for sun and sea lovers. The North Island is home to stunning beaches with golden sand and pristine waters, making it an ideal budget holiday destination. Waikawau Bay, one of the many beaches in the Coromandel Peninsula, is a glorious locale created by nature for lazing on the beach, hiking nature trails, or admiring the scenic terrain. Thermal baths offer a chance to soak in hot water before indulging in the cool waters of the bay.
Coromandel is the ultimate New Zealand holiday destination with a wide range of lodging accommodations and restaurants catering to the exquisite tastes of tourists from all over the world. The hospitable Maoris and other locals offer a comprehensive Coromandel tour for a lifetime experience.
The spectacular Coromandel Peninsula enables you to experience the freedom of New Zealand, and the beautiful combination of coastline has created some of the world’s finest motorcycling roads. Coromandel makes a holiday an adventure to remember.