The Coromandel

Plan your ultimate trip with The Coromandel Trip Planner

Search and Select

Our Trip Planner lets you browse and book your holiday accommodation, transport & activities online, simply click on the '+ Add to Trip Planner' button next to every listing on the site.

Review Your Choices

You can access your saved choices in the Trip Planner at anytime, simply click on the 'Plan Your Trip' link in the footer.

Save and Edit Anytime

By signing up to our Trip Planner you receive a password allowing you to securely log in and access your saved planning session whenever you like!

So log in or view your Trip Planner now and start planning your Coromandel experience today!

Walks and Tracks

 

We have listed 46 Walks and Tracks products. You can search by name, place or quality ratings

List view
Thames
The Pinnacles, Thames, New Zealand

One of New Zealand's best overnight walks.

The Pinnacles can be done in one day but then you'd miss the epic sunset and sunrises.

The stunning Kaueranga Valley, located upriver from Thames is one of New Zealand’s true hidden treasures. Of...

More

Whangamata
Wentworth Valley Falls

Upgraded in November 2009, this easy walking track takes you from the campground to Wentworth Falls. The track follows an easy grade alongside the Wentworth River, with two bridged crossings, before climbing to a good view of the falls. The...

More

Waihi
Window Walk

Along the track visitors can observe relics of the many processes that took place in extracting gold - from the tunnels where rock was extracted, to the roasting pits where the rock was broken down, and finally remnants of the...

More

Whitianga
Cathedral Cove, Coromandel, New Zealand

Voted as one of the 102 Must Do's for Kiwi's

Accessible only on foot or by boat, famous Cathedral Cove is one of the “must visit” sites on The Coromandel. The track begins at the northern end of Hahei.

There are several...

More

Waihi
Karangahake Gorge

This fascinating walk follows the old Paeroa to Waihi railway line, with the remainder of the track following the banks of the Ohinemuri River. Old mine buildings and machinery can be seen from a number of locations along the walkway.

Time:...

More

Whitianga
New Chums, Whitianga, New Zealand

Hidden away from the masses and the intrepid traveller will find ‘New Chum Beach’, voted as one of the world's top 10 beaches.

New Chum beach embodies 'The Coromandel good for your soul' This protected beach has no buildings, no roads,...

More

Thames
Track to the Pinnacles Hut - DOC

A track steeped in Kauri logging history. Remnants of the logging days can be seen on the track and in fact, the track itself follows the old packhorse track that took supplies up to the kauri loggers working and living...

More

Whitianga
Cooks Monument

In 1769 Cook made landfall in New Zealand at a place south of what we know today as the Mercury Bay. He then headed north and anchored at Cooks Beach, where he spent a few days and observed the transit...

More

Tairua
Tairua

Tairua, which means ‘two tides’, has a long and colourful history.
Its sheltered harbour was one of the first places in New Zealand to be settled by Polynesians. They found it an ideal spot for hunting moa.

Two short walks,one heading north...

More

Pauanui

Remote NZ Journeys, with over 30 years guiding experience based on East Coast of Coromandel.

Tours from half day/ full days of the local Coromandel region and beyond, plus various packaged North & South Island tours.

We arrange tailor made...

More

Page 1 of 5 :: View page: 1 2 3 4 5 Next

 

© 2014 Destination Coromandel
Site by Cabbage Tree Creative Ltd.