Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Cape Reinga and 90 Mile Beach Tour from Bay of Islands. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Wonderful landscape and an amazing trip. Only four stars because of the bad BBQ buffet lunch, which was not really BBQ but a really small and not good standard buffet. But the trip itself is amazing!
Great trip. 90 mile beach was great and the sand-boarding on the sand dunes was really good fun.
Cape Reinga is also a beautiful place
The trip itself was great. It would be good to know exactly what bus is picking you up though. I waited at the bus station for nearly an hour while various buses came and went - none of which were my bus.
Good trip the driver/guide was very informative and quite humorous. The scenery was spectacular and the drive along the 90 mile beach not to be missed.
A very enjoyable day and a MUST DO if visiting Bay of Islands. The trip up the beach was absolutely stunning with wild horses running alongside the bus. We stopped on the beach then sand boarded down the dunes, which was amazing. Our tour guide Wally was very experienced and knowledgeable and his singing was exceptional and very memorable. One tiny disappointment was our barbeque lunch which was not really a meat feast or a barbeque, but was cooked in a kitchen.
The trip was excellent the only thing that mared it slights was the lunch (too early and poor quality food, supposed to be barbequed) and fact that I had to rearrange some passengers so that I could sit next to my wife. Sand boarding was a highlight, make sure you have plenty of water!
Well informed and entertaining driver. The trip was all we expected and hoped it would be.
We had a really enjoyable trip. The only problem was lunch, which when booking we asked that 1 meal be non beef. When we arrived for lunch they had run out of fish meals and had to cook the fish up. It was no big deal as lunch was taken with all enjoying it.
A wonderful trip. Could have cut down the time by reducing the time at the stop on the way back to the same restaurant shop that we had been to in the morning. Overall, worth doing.
Yes, very good. We had some Australian's with us and they also thought it was value for money.
Very good day! My little boy absolutely loved the shell fishing while my husband and I loved the sandboarding. We got heaps of exercise climbing those hills, but it was great fun!
All in all a good tour, but I would train drivers to provide more historical and environmental information instead of many personal stories and serve more local produce (different types of fish) and real coffee for lunch instead of fish in lots of batter with many cold salads and instant coffee.
This was o.k. More for older people, and the kauri forest we visited wasn't that impressive (though we heard of far more impressive ones from other travelers we met). The place we stop at for brekky and afternoon tea was also pretty average.
All in all, it was a somewhat underwhelming tour, though the lighthouse itself was pretty cool.