10 Reasons why Kiwis love to holiday in The Coromandel
The essence of a holiday is the same but different for everyone.
Filming Search and Explore - James Muir
Destination Coromandel (local marketing agency) wanted to showcase towns and surrounds throughout The Coromandel at a deeper level.
Coromandel Zipline Tours
The only zipline canopy tour in The Coromandel, accessed by mountain railway to the first zipline, where you launch yourself to fly through the treetops of the native forest.
Photographer's guide to visiting and photographing Cathedral Cove
There are so many incredible spots to photograph when visiting The Coromandel.
My Birthday Weekend in The Coromandel
Carmen Huter Jul 09, 2018 For the full story, check out Carmen's journal, and follow her travels on Instagram: @carmenhuter.
What’s not to love about The Coromandel?
Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach are plastered all over the covers of magazines and guidebooks around the world, making them two of the most popular destinations in the North...
Kauri Heritage on The Coromandel
About 400 hectares of mature kauri trees remain in the 2000s. Many of these survived because they were located in areas too difficult for loggers to access. The main stands are in the Moehau ecological area, the Manaia Forest Sanctuary and the upper reaches of the Tairua River.
Coromandel's Coastal Walkway, a hidden treasure
It's a walk that rivals any New Zealand Great Walk - but hardly anyone knows about it. Dramatic bluffs fall into crashing seas.
A three day cycling holiday
Planning a multi-day cycling holiday on the Hauraki Rail Trail is almost as much fun as the trip itself. The versatility of the Hauraki Rail Trail allows for access points from Kaiaua, Thames, Paeroa, Waihi and Te Aroha; all of which are within two hours drive from Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga.
Hauraki Rail Trail with Brent Purcell
Brent Purcell is a photographer specialising in long exposure landscape images. Luckily for us, he is a regular visitor to The Coromandel and on this trip he brought his mountain bike to explore the Thames to Paeroa section of the Hauraki Rail Trail. You can check out more of his work on Instagram and his website.
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