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    Kitekite Falls

    Kitekite Falls is a scenic 3-tiered waterfall dropping a total of 40m. Found near Piha Beach not far from Auckland, it is a popular attraction yet sur...


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    Purakaunui Falls

    Purakaunui Falls, South Island. The Purakaunui Falls are a vision of beauty in Otago on the East Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. The w...


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→ Whale and Dolphin Safari Cruise(Highlights)

    √ The sea plays a perfect host with an opportunity to view dolphins and whales in over 90% and 75% of the trips respectively.

    √ Get enchanted with the commentary and history of Hauraki Gulf.

    √ Licensed bar and snacks counter available on board the cruise.

→ Auckland Harbour Dinner Cruise

    Feast on the exclusive seafood buffet and make the evening more special by taking a cruise to Auckland�s enchanting Waitemata harbour in the backdrop of the twinkling city lights. The evening kick starts with the Auckland Viaduct where the captain of the yacht will personally walk upto you and set sail to Westhaven Marina�s for an exquisite dinner. Post dinner activities include a cruise of the Waitemata Harbour. The tourist can either relax or can help the crew in sailing the yacht off the beautiful harbour.

→ Rainbow's End

    With 23 acres of fun, rides, attractions and entertainment, New Zealand's top theme park is located in Manukau City, just minutes from Auckland International Airport and a short drive from downtown Auckland.

→ Auckland Zoo

    Auckland Zoo has committed itself to improving the living quarters of New Zealand's largest collection of native and exotic animal species.

→ Piha Beach

    Piha Beach, on the wild Tasman coast is famous for the Lion Rock vistas, black sand beaches, great surf and deadly rips. If you venture into the water, do so only between the lifeguard flags.
Activities :
There's no shortage of activities when it comes to Auckland. From sailing in the harbour to bungy jumping off the Auckland Harbour Bridge, horse-riding along a white sand beach or playing a round of golf on a scenic peninsula - Auckland has it all. It's not hard to see why Auckland is regularly named as one of the best lifestyle cities in the world.Best Places to Visit :
    √ Kelly Tarlton's Antarctic Encounter and Underwater World

East of Hobson Bay, in the Orakei district is Kelly Tarlton's Underwater World, a popular tourist attraction since 1985. Visitors walk in long acrylic tunnels through huge tanks in which they can observe large numbers of fish of all sizes, including sharks and rays. There is a display devoted to the underwater explorations of Kelly Tarlton (1935-85). In Antarctic Encounter, a reconstructed research station with a small colony of penguins, visitors can experience within a Snow Cat the difficult conditions under which scientists work in Antarctica.

    √ Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT)

This museum, in the Western Springs district is devoted to the history of technology and transport in New Zealand. Its prize exhibits relate to the aviation pioneer Richard Pearse (1877-1953), who made his first flights about the same time as the Wright brothers. Other items include old coaches, railroad rolling stock, trams and vintage cars, collections of material on printing, photography and calculating machines. Between the museum and the nearby zoo runs an old-time tram.

    √ Auckland Art Gallery

The Auckland Art Gallery, at the southeast corner of Albert Park, is a must. It houses the famous Gray Gallery, a surprisingly rich collection of old European and contemporary New Zealand art, including works by McCahon and Wollaston. The earliest New Zealand works date from the time of Captain Cook, some of whose companions painted remarkable views of different parts of New Zealand.

    √ Auckland Museum and Institute (War Memorial Museum)

On the highest point in the Domain is the imposing War Memorial Museum. From the steps in front of the museum there are magnificent views over the city center and Waitemata Harbour. The War Memorial Hall commemorates the dead from all the wars in which New Zealand soldiers fought. The museum itself contains rich collections of material on the natural and cultural history of the south Pacific and the history of the city of Auckland.

    √ Hauraki Gulf Islands

There are boat trips to some of the islands in the Hauraki Gulf, particularly Rangitoto, Waikehe and Pakatoa.

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