Crystal-clear water, gently swaying palm trees, islands dotted with picturesque beaches and marine life spotted playing just offshore.
The Bay of Islands is world renowned for blue skies and sandy beaches, so it’s natural to ask, ‘Where are the best beaches in Kerikeri? Kerikeri is a waterfront town, and there are a number of places where you can enjoy dinner and drinks while gazing out over the Waipekakoura River.
Perfect for a day-trip, or a relaxing getaway from the more popular tourist hotspots in the Bay of Islands, Matauri Bay is one of Northland’s most beautiful, best kept secrets.
New Zealand is home to some o spectacular big game fishing and the Bay of Islands is no exception.
New Zealand’s sunny Bay of Islands is a favourite holiday destination, but few people make it past the tourist centres of Paihia, Kerikeri and Russell.
As a tourist hot spot, there are plenty of places to eat out. But like any town or city, not all restaurants are made equal. Here’s a helpful guide to the top establishments to eat and drink in the Bay
Delicious artisan food, local wine, organic produce, arts & crafts and more. Get to know our community through our farmers markets
Three days is just long enough to get a taste of some of the top sights and activities in the Bay of Islands that showcases nature, some history, and a splash of outdoor adventure.
Conditions in the Bay of Islands are perfect for ripening grapes. We guide you on the varieties available, top wineries to sample and their delicious restaurants to try while you’re here.
Kerikeri is an awesome place to start a relaxed Bay Of Islands escape. Or, the perfect place to begin an action-packed outdoor adventure. There really is something for everyone.