Coromandel Peninsula

Filled with pristine beaches and misty forests provide many hiking, cycling, kayaking opportunities to explore.

The Coromandel Peninsula has mountains covered in native rainforest and more than 400 kilometres of dazzling white sand beaches. If you are looking for fishing, hiking, diving or cycling this is the perfect region for you. You can dig your own thermal spa in the sand at Hot Water Beach or kayak around the spectacular Cathedral Cove to get a close up view of the marine park’s prized location.

The Coromandel Peninsula is a walker’s paradise. Explore the relics from the area’s gold mining heritage, follow the Karangahake Gorge and Coromandel Coastal Walkway, hike the Pinnacles, or hop on your bike and cycle the Hauraki Rail Trail.
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