Cruises to Tauranga


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Royal Princess 07 Dec 2024 14 nights Fly Cruise Sydney

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Itinerary: Sydney, Australia - Bay of Islands, New Zealand - Auckland, New Zealand - Tauranga - Wellington - Christchurch (from Lyttelton) - Port Chalmers - Fiordland National Park - Sydney,.…
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Westerdam 02 Mar 2025 14 nights Fly Cruise Sydney

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Itinerary: Sydney, Australia - Melbourne - Hobart - Milford Sound, New Zealand - Cruising Fiordland National Park - Port Chalmers (Dunedin) - Lyttelton - Picton - Wellington - Napier -...
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Westerdam 19 Jan 2025 14 nights Fly Cruise Auckland

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Itinerary: Auckland - Tauranga (Rotorua), New Zealand - Napier - Wellington - Picton - Lyttelton - Port Chalmers (Dunedin) - Hobart - Melbourne - Sydney, Australia
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What to see in Tauranga

Tauranga, located in the Bay of Plenty region on New Zealand's North Island, is a vibrant coastal city known for its stunning beaches, thriving port and rich Maori culture. Just a short drive from the geothermal wonders of Rotorua, Tauranga offers visitors a perfect blend of relaxation, adventure and cultural exploration.

Rotorua, located just a short drive from Tauranga, is renowned for its geothermal activity, which manifests in bubbling mud pools, steaming geysers and colourful thermal springs. One of the most iconic attractions in Rotorua is Te Puia, a cultural and geothermal park that offers visitors a glimpse into Maori culture and the geothermal forces that shape the landscape. Explore Te Puia's boardwalks and trails to witness the Pohutu and Prince of Wales geysers erupting with impressive displays of steam and water. Marvel at the vibrant silica terraces of the Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley and discover the fascinating geothermal features that have been revered by Maori for centuries.

Tauranga boasts some of New Zealand's most beautiful beaches and coastal landscapes, making it a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. Spend a day exploring the stunning coastline of Mount Maunganui, where you can swim, surf or sunbathe on the golden sands of Main Beach. For a more adventurous experience, embark on a guided sea kayaking tour and paddle through the crystal-clear waters of the Bay of Plenty. Discover hidden coves, sea caves and rocky islands, and keep an eye out for dolphins, seals and seabirds that frequent the coastal waters.

Tauranga and its surrounding region offer a wealth of outdoor activities and cultural experiences that cater to every interest and age group. Embark on a scenic helicopter flight over the Bay of Plenty and marvel at the breathtaking landscapes from above, including the rugged coastline, lush forests and volcanic peaks. For adrenaline junkies, Tauranga is a paradise for outdoor adventures such as skydiving, zip-lining and jet boating. Experience the thrill of freefalling from a plane and enjoy panoramic views of Tauranga, Mount Maunganui and the surrounding region as you parachute back to Earth.


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