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Coromandel Peninsula Holidays

A stunning array of must-see scenic attractions

Fusing a laid-back ambience with native forests and perfect beaches, the Coromandel Peninsula may not be one of the most visited regions on the North Island but it is certainly one of the most beautiful. Read more...

Top 5 things to do in Coromandel Peninsula

  1. Spot more than 100 migratory bird species around the edge of the Firth of Thames
  2. Visit the historic towns of Thames and Coromandel, once the scene of a gold rush
  3. Visit the beach town of Whitianga - an excellent base for explorations of the Mercury Bay area
  4. Visit the Ohinimuri River which runs through Karangahake Gorge on State Highway 2
  5. Stay in the lively town of Whangamata

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Grand Mercure Puka Park Resort


Bed & Breakfast from £79 per person per night

Boasting a quiet beachside location, Grand Mercure Puka Park Resort enjoys world-class scenery and great facilities - perfect for your stay on the Coromandel Peninsula.

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North to South Kakariki (Small Group Tour)

16 nights from £4,579 per person

This exciting small group tour takes you across 16 nights of exploration over the North and South Islands. Starting in Auckland you'll experience the stunning Coromandel Peninsula, the breathtaking Rotorua and the towering Mt Cook.

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The Endless Shore

10 nights from £3,349 per person

Embrace the Maori culture on this 10-night escorted tour of the north island, begin exploring Wellington, visit the Tongariro National Park home to Lake Taupo and the flowing Huka Falls. Gain insights into the fascinating rituals and traditions of the Maori's and be dazzled by the glow-worm display at Waitomo - end the tour in the vibrance of Auckland.

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Explore the Beauty of Coromandel Peninsula

Forming more than 400km of the north-eastern coast of New Zealand, the Coromandel Peninsula is an idyllic collection of misty kauri forests, rural farmland and tropical beaches. Often bypassed en-route to some of the better-known household names, the Coromandel region is truly breath-taking and worthy of exploring.

With artists and craftspeople flocking to the Coromandel area and calling it home, there’s also a stimulating cultural side that makes it a great place to explore as well as admire.

Filled with charming towns, rich history and interesting people, Coromandel hosts an awe-inspiring array of must-see attractions and unforgettable experiences.

Bisected by jagged mountains into two regions, you can either explore the laid-back eastern side that’s brimming with white sandy beaches or the historic western side.

Why visit the Coromandel Peninsula?

  • Coromandel has countless natural attractions so it’s an ideal choice if you want to admire the scenery that New Zealand is famous for
  • The gorgeous sandy coastline makes this a great setting for a relaxed tropical beach break
  • The historic town of Thames is just 90 minutes from Auckland, so you can combine a city escape with your holiday
  • Creatively-speaking, Coromandel has a wealth of fascinating artists and craft-makers who welcome you to learn more about their work
  • Hiking trails are abundant here – head along some of the inland bush walks to witness the towering kauris

Coromandel Peninsula Information

There are a wide variety of things to see and do whilst staying in Coromandel Peninsula. Check out our travel guides for some of the highlights, top tips and travel inspiration from our New Zealand Sky Experts, along with some essential information you may need for your holiday.

Exploring North Island's breathtaking Coromandel Peninsula Exploring North Island's breathtaking Coromandel Peninsula
The Coromandel Peninsula, a long spit of land that shields the Hauraki Gulf from the stormy Pacific Ocean, is where many New Zealanders come to get away from it all. So, given how laidback and picturesque the rest of the country is, you can imagine what it’s like here.
Our recommended iconic must-see's of New Zealand Our recommended iconic must-see's of New Zealand
New Zealand has many awe inspiring sites to see from stunning glaciers, national parks, abundant wildlife and beautiful peaceful lakes. Choosing just a few is difficult but find our favourite sites which we have explored here.

Exploring New Zealand's North Island regions Exploring New Zealand's North Island regions
Little beats the charismatic North Island when it comes to tapping into New Zealand’s native Maori past, blissing out on ravishing white-sand beaches, and marvelling at volcanoes, geysers, and other geothermal wonders.

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We had a wonderful holiday in New Zealand; the planning and preparation was faultless! We would like to thank everyone at Tropical New Zealand especially Brendan for all his help in making it happen. - Fraser Pratt

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