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North Island

Active volcanoes, island sanctuaries and history top the list when visiting New Zealand's North Island.

The hub of the North Island is undeniably the city of Sails, Auckland, with its magnificent harbour where sailors come world wide to visit. Surrounding Auckland are beaches and wilderness abound, with the wine region and artistry of Waiheke Island to where pristine beaches meet forest in the Coromandel.

The Northland hosts beautiful stretches of beaches, Kauri Forests, and historical cultural villages.

The centre of the North Island is home to active geo-thermal activity with mud geysers and volcanoes, and the buried village. Rotorua is the country’s Maori cultural hub with many was to learn about their culture.

In the south, explore the country's fertile heartland, showcasing lush forests, rugged mountains, and steep gorges. Get off the beaten track and you'll be richly rewarded.

The creative and culinary city of Wellington, is also the nation's capital.

Back to New Zealand

Experience vibrant cities, serene beaches, geothermal hotspots and our awe-inspiring Maori culture in New Zealand's North Island.

Flying Above The Volcanic Cones

Golf Playing

Mauri Greeting

Coromandel Peninsula

The Region

The North Island is home to volcanoes, mud geyers and geothermal activity, and bound by beautiful beaches in the north, and rugged cliff shorelines in the south.

  • Bay of Islands
  • Auckland
  • Coromandel
  • Rotorua
  • Hawke's Bay / Napier
  • Wellington

North Island

Active volcanoes, island sanctuaries and history top the list when visiting New Zealand’s North Island.
From the far north where New Zealand’s political history began, journey through landscapes that blend magnificent beaches, sprawling farmlands and geothermal wonders. Maori culture is rich and ever-present in many parts of the North Island.