Experience Coromandel Peninsula with its mountainous forest-covered backbone, sheltered bays and stunning coastlines. This unique area is steeped in history. Take a trip on a mountain railway, visit Hot Water Beach and Cathedral Cove.
Leave from central.Travel from Auckland via Thames to the spectacular western coast road that leads us to Coromandel township. Here renowned New Zealand potter Barry Brickell designed and built a mountain railway system that takes you on a memorable journey through the rugged landscape. Take a quiet stroll in pristine forest to view magnificent kauri trees.
Journey across the mountain divide towards the east coast beaches where you stop for lunch.
Visit Hot Water Beach with its hot springs in the middle of the sand.A short drive away is the iconic scenery of Cathedral Cove where the Pacific Ocean washes through a natural arch onto a white sandy beach. To visit this beach you walk downhill for about 30 minutes and relax before returning.
Hot Water Beach