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Peter and Xiaoli Tours
Bay of Islands, North Island, New Zealand
Private Tour, Sightseeing
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Vehicle, experienced tour guide, lunch. We can arrange accommodation or clients can arrange. Breakfasts and dinners can be arranged
Our tours are personal tours for 1 to 6 people. We only take the person or group booking us. No two tours are the same as we recognize no two guests are the same.
- See a giant 2000-year-old Kauri tree known as Tane Mahuta.
- Explore Ninety Mile Beach, New Zealand's longest beach.
- Discover where the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea meet at Cape Reinga.
For this private tour, you will be picked up in Auckland in our 4-wheel drive vehicle, which is needed for this region. We will travel up the west coast of Northland, seeing spectacular scenery en route. You will see many sights on route including the famous 2000-year-old Tane Mahuta Kauri tree. Overnight stop on the edge of Ninety Mile Beach at Waipapakauri Ramp.
After breakfast, you will travel 77 km up the famous Ninety Mile Beach before exiting through the giant sand dunes back to the No 1 highway to Cape Reinga to view the meeting of the Tasman Sea with the Pacific Ocean. Stop at the lighthouse at the tip of the North Island. You will then visit several East Coast Beaches before returning to the overnight stop again at Waipapakauri Ramp.
The next day, as we head south again, you will travel through the picturesque Doubtless Bay and Bay of Islands. We will take a cruise to see the dolphins. You will see where New Zealand was first settled. On return to Paihia you will head south to visit the famous Kawiti Glow Worm Caves before heading back to Auckland.
Let Peter and Xiaoli Tours help you plan your next memorable experience.
Peter and Xiaoli tours was established in 2009 to offer executive/private tours throughout New Zealand. Every tour is customised to meet the clients brief and budget. No 2 tours are the same
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