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Coromandel Tour (06Days/05Nights)

Day 01

Arrival at Auckland

City tour at Thames

Thames Museum

Rapaura Watergardens

Moving to Coromandel & Stay Night in there

Day 02

Moving to Peninsula

visit Driving Creek Railway to get train ride & then you can see Eyefull Tower

City tour Coromandel town & Stay night in there

Day 03

Visit Colville's landmark General Store

Coromandel East Coast

A forest park occupies much of the centre of the peninsula, and the coasts are dotted with numerous beaches and scenic views. Evidence of the region's geothermal origins can be found in hot springs, notably at Hot Water Beach on the peninsula's east coast. The town of Whangamatā is a popular holiday retreat, and Whitianga on Mercury Bay is renowned for its yachting. The peninsula's waters are also a popular destination for scuba divers. Cathedral Cove, named for its cathedral-like arch through the limestone cliff, is a popular destination, only accessible by boat or on foot. In recent years, dolphins and more coast-loving whales are appearing along the coasts as their numbers began to recover, such as southern right whale, Bryde's whale and humpback whale.

Stay Night in Whitianga

Day 04

Boat ride to Cathedral Cove

Te Whanganui-A-Hei (Cathedral Cove) Marine Reserve is in the southern part of Mercury Bay on the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand covering an area of 840 hectares (2,100 acres).[1] On the coast of the mainland, it stretches from Cook Bluff in the north-west to the northern end of Hahei Beach in the south-east. Its offshore extremes run from Motukorure Island through Waikaranga Island to Okorotere Island and the northern end of Mahurangi Island (Goat Island).

Part of the marine reserve lies off the Cathedral Cove Recreation Reserve, which runs from the northern end of Hahei Beach in the south-east to beyond Cathedral Cove in the north-west. With attractions such as a natural rock archway and neighbouring beaches at Cathedral Cove

Stay Freely at Whitianga Beach side & Stay Night in there

Day 05

Mercury Islands

The Mercury Islands are a group of seven islands off the northeast coast of New Zealand's North Island. They are located 8 kilometres (5 mi) off the coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, and 35 kilometres (22 mi) northeast of the town of Whitianga.

Moving to the Breakers Motel & Stay Night in there

Day 06

Whangamata Beach

The Whangamatā town has two ocean beaches, both of which are extremely safe for swimming and surfing. There is a safe boating harbour at the North end of the town and another estuary at the South end. 15 minutes drive south of Whangamatā is the quietly popular beach Whiritoa. Other beaches just north of Whangamatā are Onemana and Opoutere.

Martha Mine

From the 1880s to 1952 the Martha Mine was an underground mine. The mine became one of the most important gold and silver mines in the world.

Visit Cornish Pumphouse.

Move back to Airport

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