The subtropical Northland region of New Zealand stretches upwards from Auckland to the very top of New Zealand. Northland boasts some of the most authentic, spectacular New Zealand adventures and experiences. Create meaningful stories at Cape Reinga where two oceans collide above the world famous 90-mile beach. Northland has it all; desert adventures, sand boarding down Te Paki dunes, explore caves entering Riko Riko, the world’s largest sea cave. Experience underwater wonderlands, subtropical diving through one of the many wreck dives around Northland.
Connect with the coast in the ‘winterless North’, known for its subtropical climate. Karikari Peninsular is beach perfection with expanses of white sandy beaches; swim, fish and dive in great scenic locations like Doubtless Bay, Coopers Beach, Cable Bay, Taipa Tokerau Beach and Maitai Bay. Find simplicity in the quaint fishing village of Mangonui – famous for its fish and chips. Experience unique culture like never before. Northland is particularly rich in Maori tradition, having welcomed canoes of the first explorer Kupe over 800 years ago. Home to The Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Tane Mahuta; the world’s largest Kauri Tree, Puketi Forest; a transformational nocturnal world, and the Mission House and Stone Store; an award-winning Kauri Museum.