Cape Reinga Tours from the Bay of Islands
Mullarkey Tours Cape Reinga – one day trip from Paihia, Kerikeri, Mangonui, Coopers Beach, Taipa or Kaitaia.
Tour recomences on 26th December 2021. Group Bookings Available 7 Days A Week.
Departing 7.30 am Paihia, Kerikeri (8.15). Pickups from other locations, times to be agreed when booking.
Mullarkey tours – Cape Reinga Full day trip – offers a comfortable small group tour – maximum 10 passengers, with knowledgeable, humorous tour leaders – that will make sure you get to see and hear about all the best bits of the Far North and won’t forget the best photo opportunities!
Our journey takes you along the coastal road heading to Cape Reinga. We stop at Taipa where you can purchase lunch (not included in the tickek price). Passing through rural coastal towns, beautiful beaches and quirky shop fronts – we stop at the southern end of 90 Mile Beach which gives you the opportunity to walk the beach and experience the sheer expanse of this well-known tourist destination!
On to the famous Cape Reinga, where the two oceans collide! Walk the path to the lighthouse on the edge of NZ –hear the crashing of the two oceans the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean in a spectacular swirl of currents, take time to absorb the atmosphere of this place you can almost feel the power!
Cape Reinga offers the ultimate northern New Zealand experience. This uniquely spiritual place … here according to Maori history is where spirits begin their final journey to their ancestral land Hawaiki.
Heading south a short hop to the immense sand dunes of Te Paki Stream – climb to the top, the views are spellbinding, and if you are brave enough grab a sandboard and surf the dunes (not included in price).
For the afternoon we work our way back to Paihia via Mangonui, where you can walk the promenade and grab a beer in the historic Mangonui Tavern.
$125 per person. Accommodation pickup times, Paihia (7.30am), Kerikeri (8.00am), Mangonui/Coopers Beach (8.45am). Kaitaia/Ahipara customers, we meet you at the toilets in Awanui at 9.30am