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Auckland to Coromandel, Taupo and Rotorua Private 7 Day Tour

Spend a week exploring some of the best locations in the North Island of New Zealand. From golden sand beaches to crystal blue waters and volcanoes you are certainly spoilt for choice!
Duration: 7 Days
Location: New Zealand's North Island
Group Type: Private
Price From: NZ$2775 pp
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What our guests are saying:
"“Coromandel is breathtakingly beautiful: we walked to Cathedral Cove, paddled on Hot Water Beach, enjoyed the provided picnic lunch in the sunshine by a bay, and ate ice creams on the way back to Auckland -- via a different route so we could see more of the stunning scenery.”"

Explore the experiences included in this tour:

Day 1 & Day 2

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Visit renowned Cathedral Cove

There are plenty of activities on offer for you to get out and explore the beauty of the Coromandel. You can visit the incredible Cathedral Cove either by boat or kayak with local guides who can explain the cultural and historical significance of the sites you will be exploring within the marine reserve.

Make sure you have your camera ready as you won’t want to miss the natural beauty you see before you. You even have the choice of going by glass bottom boat so along the way you can view the marine life through the glass or jump in and snorkel with them!

Auckland to Coromandel, Taupo and Rotorua Private 7 Day Tour - Choose your journey:

Auckland to Coromandel, Taupo and Rotorua Private 7 Day Tour - Choose your journey:

Choose your journey:

Dig your own natural spa

We can visit the world-famous Hot Water Beach where you can dig your own spa pool in the sand as naturally heated mineral water bubbles up through the sand, sit back and relax while being only a few metres away from the Pacific Ocean. 

Home to two marine reserves, you may be interested in scuba diving or snorkelling around these spectacular reserves and discovering the wide range of marine life. Or if you want to stay dry, how about going on a fishing charter? There are plenty of types of fishing on offer from chasing marlin and tuna to live baiting for kingfish and surfcasting from the beach for kahawai.

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Give Canyoning a go

For those seeking a full day of adventure, you can abseil, jump, zip line and slide down a number of cascading waterfalls in the Sleeping God canyon. Perfect for you if you are after both a thrill and a challenge! 

Auckland to Coromandel, Taupo and Rotorua Private 7 Day Tour - Choose your journey:

Auckland to Coromandel, Taupo and Rotorua Private 7 Day Tour - Choose your journey:

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Relax in luxury thermal pools.

On the other hand, if you’re after some relaxation then you could visit the Lost Spring and relax in luxury thermal pools while enjoying soothing waterfalls and poolside service. You can also be pampered at the day spa, all while being amongst tropical surroundings.

Day 3.

Hobbiton Movie Set

Experience Middle Earth Magic

We head to a Lord of the Rings fan’s dream location - the Hobbiton Movie Set, for your very own middle-earth adventure. Explore and learn behind the scenes secrets of scenes that were filmed here from both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogies. You’ll see hobbit holes and visit the mill, the party tree and plenty of other structures and gardens built for the films.

At the end of your tour you can relax at the Green Dragon Inn with a drink and a bite to eat. 

Day 3. - Hobbiton Movie Set

Day 3. - Rotorua


Spend an evening in Rotorua

We then depart Hobbiton and head further south to arrive in Rotorua, which is renowned for its geothermal activity and Maori culture. The city offers a range of different attractions for everyone from adrenaline junkies to those just looking to relax. We can help plan the perfect trip for you based around what will best suit your individual needs.

Day 4.


Wander through vibrant Rotorua

As part of your Private Tour with us, we can show you (all part of our tour):

  • Rotorua City or Government Gardens
  • Rotorua Lake Front with view across the to magical Mokoia Island
  • Time-permitting, Redwood Forest (widely regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful forests)
  • Stunning lakes such as Blue Lake or Green Lake
  • Lake Tarawera with the peak of Mount Tarawera towering above the lake.
Day 4. - Rotorua

Day 4. - Choose your adventure

Choose your adventure

Choose additional activities in Rotorua

We can also arrange extra tour options (at your cost) to cater for your particular preferences and abilities. They include:

  • Helicopter or floatplane flights to see both Rotorua and Lake Rotorua, as well as a huge amount of amazing volcanic sights from above. This can include a landing and tour on a currently active volcano, or flight to the most isolated (and one of the most beautiful) thermal areas in this amazing region!
  • The Skyline Gondola, which will swing you up to the top of Mount Ngongotaha for a spectacular view and the Luge, which will spin you back down.
  • The Polynesian Spa, on the site of one of Rotorua’s historic bath houses in the lovely Government Gardens, is also home to one of the world’s best spas, so here you can steep yourself in luxury and well-being as well as history. This is also a great option on the evening of day 2 if you prefer this to the Maori cultural evening.
  • White water rafting, on one six scenic and challenging local river courses.
  • Entry into Rotorua Museum;
  • Fly Fishing or Boat Fishing for Trout on some of the world's best Trout fishing waters;
  • The Agrodome, where you can experience all the magic of New Zealand farming, with a fascinating range of agricultural shows and displays.

Spend the night in Rotorua

Day 5.


See powerful waterfalls in Taupo

We’ll stop at the incredible Huka Falls, where you’ll shortly see why its New Zealand’s most visited and photographed natural attraction! 

Day 5. - Taupo

Day 5. - Taupo


Enjoy the water activities in Taupo

The Great Lake Taupo has plenty of enjoyable water activities on offer from; kayaking, jet boating, jet skiing, white water rafting, parasailing, water skiing and wakeboarding. One of Taupo’s many natural wonders are some incredible Maori Rock Carvings that you can go and see either by taking a scenic cruise or sailing, while getting to enjoy beautiful panoramic views of the lake.

Fishermen and fisherwomen could enjoy a fishing charter around Lake Taupo. Or if you want to visit the ‘Trout Fishing Capital of New Zealand’ then we can head out of town to Turangi so you can experience the very best that New Zealand trout and fly fishing has to offer.


Enjoy a leisurely pace

Taupo offers plenty of delicious wine and cuisine as well as boutique shopping if you are looking for a more relaxed afternoon. We can visit the iconic Huka Prawn Park if you’d like some mouth-watering prawn dishes for lunch.

For golf players, there are a range of courses for you to play on, including the famous Wairakei Golf & Sanctuary, which is one of the most popular golfing destinations in New Zealand. You can try the Hole in One Challenge where you have to hit a golf ball 100 metres over the lake and onto a floating pontoon.

To relax after a busy day exploring Taupo we can take you to a thermal hot pool, where you can enjoy the beautiful surroundings as you unwind. 

Day 5. - Taupo

Day 5. - Taupo


Experience the thrill

There are some world-class mountain biking tracks you could spend the day exploring or for the adventurous, there is also bungy jumping, skydiving, and quad biking. You can take a scenic flight on a helicopter or floatplane for a spectacular viewing experience.

Spend the evening in Taupo.

Day 6.

Tongariro National Park

Trek Tongariro National Park

You can spend today exploring the best of Taupo or if you are interested, we can take a day trip and make our way to New Zealand’s oldest national park - Tongariro National Park which stretches around three active volcanoes, Ruapehu, Ngauruhoe and Tongariro.

Tongariro National Park is home to the famous Tongariro Alpine Crossing, the best one-day hike in New Zealand and one of the best in the world. This trek features phenomenal volcanic scenery, where you will walk across a landscape of craters, lava flows, active volcanoes, mountain springs and emerald lakes and marvel at the stunning views of Lake Taupo and Mt Taranaki. The park also offers shorter walks to waterfalls and stunning volcanic features.

Day 6. - Tongariro National Park

Day 6. - Get active

Get active

Add a little adventure to your day

Partake in some white water rafting, kayaking, fly fishing or mountain biking while getting to explore the diverse and incredible landscape. Golf players may like to play a round at Waiouru golf course, New Zealand’s highest 18-hole golf course and has stunning views of Mt Ruapehu, Mt Ngauruhoe and Mt Tongariro from various parts of the course.

During the winter months you have the option of skiing or snowboarding at any of our three ski fields that Mount Ruapehu has to offer. Two of these ski fields are the largest in New Zealand and provide a wide range of terrain, from beginners to advanced skiers and snowboarders. 

Walk to Mordor

Have your own Lord of the Rings experience

Lord of the Rings fans, we can organise an incredible tour for you where you can visit some of the locations where the trilogy was shot. Locations throughout Tongariro National Park were used and is home to Mordor, Mount Doom and Emyn Muil.

You can also visit the Mangawhero Falls where Gollum caught a fish in the pool at the top of these, and see the locations of Orc Country, Ithilien Camp, the door of Sammath Naur, and the Sea of Boulders. 

Day 6. - Walk to Mordor

Day 6. - Take flight

Take flight

Book a scenic flight over Tongariro National Park

If you have the means you can’t miss taking a scenic flight over Tongariro National Park that will allow you to see into the live craters of 3 mountains and provide you with breathtaking views of the national park's dramatic landscape including some incredible coloured mineral lakes that are situated on the mountains.

Accommodation in Taupo.

Day 7.

Waitomo Caves

A timeless twinkle

We head north through some of our rich farmland to the incredible Waitomo Caves. You can experience the natural beauty of these caves and be left breathless when you see the stunning glowworms that light up the caves like stars. Either take a guided tour where you walk through these magnificent caves and then float gently along on a small boat or for the adrenaline junkies, how about jumping, abseiling, climbing and black water rafting through this glowworm wonderland? 

We then depart Waitomo and head back to Auckland where we will drop you off at your accommodation. 

Day 7. - Waitomo Caves