Tips activities Coromandel
The Coromandel has a wide range of various activities for young and old. We will gladly book them for you.
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- Banana Boat
- Seafari Windsurfing
- Snorkelling Tours
- High Zone
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Mercury Bay is a beautiful coastline with the most amazing rock formations. What better way to see these but from the sea, Take a boat, there's fast for the thrill seekers or slow and relaxing.
A trip over to Opito and Otama beaches is also a must, as is a walk over New Chums Beach.
The Banana Boat is a great fun thing to do on a hot day, as the chances are you are going to get wet along the way.
Personalised scenic boat trips also available.
For a days windsurfing, Buffalo Beach in Mercury Bay is perfect also for the inexperienced.
There is abundant sea life to view in the Hahei Reserve on our Snorkelling Tours.
Dive HQ Whitianga has dive training at all levels for all levels. Or if you are a diver and wish to spend a day diving whilst at Kaeppeli's B&B, day trips are available.
Dive HQ is everything you need from diving
Dive HQ is the leading retailer of dive products and provider of dive training, dive careers, education and associated services in New Zealand. This leadership is created through the ever expanding network of quality branded outlets around the country, driven by a uniform, quality product range, market leading dive training and all related services.
Dive HQ outlets have trained thousands of people the length and breadth of New Zealand to dive. Our incomparable safety record and uncompromising standards of operation mean that we are the brand that the public automatically trust and associate with safe diving.
MERCURY BAY ADVENTURE ROPES COURSE
offers team building programmes designed for fun
while also enhancing positive team work in your group.
Individuals - come and be challenged.
Find your personal comfort zone.
A unique pedalling experience for the whole family and a great way to see the town of Whitianga .
Twin Oaks was established in 1992 and started with 9 horses. There are now 25 horses involved with the trekking. The business is family owned and operated with the farm having been in the family for 20 years. The farm is 900 acres (354 hectares) and carries horses, cattle, sheep, deer, goats, pigs and is home to native birdlife including the Native Kereru (wood pigeon).
There is approximately 50 acres of Native Bush on the property, the rest is in grass with many fresh water streams running throughout the farm.
The Twin Oaks Riding Ranch is located 9 kilometres north of Whitianga on the main road to Kuaotunu and just 10 minutes from Kaeppeli's B&B.
Friends & Partners: B&B Country Cottage Accommodation Gingerbread close to Nelson in the South Island.