Visite esta península de Coromandel, famosa por sus playas idílicas, terreno accidentado y prístina selva tropical, en esta excursión de un día desde Auckland. Viaja en un ferrocarril de vía estrecha a través de un bosque kauri nativo hasta una plataforma de observación donde serás recompensado con vistas sobre el Golfo Hauraki. Su guía profesional lo lleva a Cathedral Cove y se sumerge en una piscina termal en Hot Water Beach. En este tour para grupos pequeños se incluye un almuerzo en la cafetería más transporte de ida y vuelta al hotel, limitado a nueve personas.
Tour de día completo en la península de Coromandel
Montar el tren de montaña a la plataforma de observación
Disfruta de un almuerzo estilo cafetería
Toma un paseo guiado a través de la selva virgen
Cava tu propia piscina caliente en Hot Water Beach
Ver la formación natural de la catedral de Cove.
El tour en grupos pequeños limitado a nueve personas garantiza una experiencia personalizada.
Esta excursión en grupo pequeño a la península de Coromandel, descubierta por primera vez por el gran navegante polinesio Kupe y luego colonizada por el Capitán Cook, comienza con la recogida en el hotel en Auckland. Después de conducir al municipio de Coromandel, su primera parada será en Driving Creek Railway and Potteries, la antigua casa del artista, conservacionista e ingeniero Barry Brickell. Desde aquí, súbase a bordo del único ferrocarril de montaña de vía estrecha de Nueva Zelanda con su guía. El viaje en tren lo lleva a través de túneles y viaductos a través de un bosque kauri nativo replantado en ruta a una estación de observación en la cima de la montaña donde tendrá una gran vista del Golfo Hauraki. Desembarque y siga a su guía en un paseo de 10 a 15 minutos por el bosque para conocer los árboles kauri que una vez cubrieron la península de Coromandel. Después de un viaje a través de la división de la montaña, descenderá a la playa de agua caliente. Después de almorzar en un café local, serpentear a lo largo de la costa y cavar su propia piscina termal para sumergirse en las aguas termales naturales que brotan a través de la arena dorada durante la marea baja. Termine su recorrido de un día completo en la cercana Cathedral Cove, un destino que debe visitar Coromandel, donde el Océano Pacífico se lava a través de una caverna en forma de catedral. (Nota: la caminata hacia el arco es sobre superficies irregulares y depende de las condiciones climáticas. Hay más de una hora de subir y bajar por pendientes empinadas, por favor esté preparado). Tome muchas fotos antes de reincorporarse al vehículo para el transporte de regreso a Auckland y dejarlo en su hotel.
This was a good tour overall to get a taste of the Coromandel. If I could do it again, I would skip the Driving Creek Railway and allow for more time at Cathedral Cove. Our tour guide was nice and he took us to the Hot Water beaches in time to experience them and later to a great place for lunch. However, if I ever return, I'll probably do it without a tour, so as not to be on a time crunch. The return journey was along a beautiful scenic beach route and it would have been more enjoyable if we weren't flying to get back to Auckland by a certain time.
This was our favorite tour during our stay in North Island Museum. We had a very informative guide who made us feel very comfortable and relaxed. We got to see many lambs, green pastures, and views of the rugged coastline. My wife and I especially enjoyed Cathedral Cove and the adjoining beach--the scenery is absolutely stunning. We stopped by the forest for an antique train ride, which was interesting but not the best use of our time. Another great spot was Hot Water Beach. Mini tubes of lava lie beneath the sand, and mini pools of hot water collect on the beach, giving many families and couples their own private jacuzzis. I would say the highlights were the hike down to Cathedral Cove and the free time we had to swim in the Tasman Sea/Pacific Ocean.
The two beaches we visited were quite amazing. Cathedral Caves beach is visually stunning with sandstone formations and caves along the beach. The Hot Water beach was really unusual. On approximately 100 feet of beach you can dig into the sand and hot water bubbles up creating these lovely warm spaces to soak in. Unique and fun....
Fantastic day in the coromandel.... made even better by our very knowledgeable tour guide/driver Alexander! Every place was different and the views amazing. Loved the railway trip especially. Also had good alternative option for us given we couldnt do cathedral cove too steep in way back up. Got to enjoy the views and the beach. Packed a lot in, small van comfort was 3xcrllent and the slightly higher price than others was totally worth it. Lunch was also excellent at hot beach cafe!
The vendor on this trip was Bush and Beach. Best tour of the several that we took with Viatour. There were 8 of us and that led a lot of chatting about experiences. Driver was friendly and drew each person into the conversation. He was very knowledgeable about the area and the history and the plants and animals in the area. GREAT stop for lunch-best meal I had on our 30 day trip to Australia and NZ. I had an issue with one of the hikes due to sore foot and he found me and my husband an alternative that was close to the water but not as strenuous as the other hike. I enjoyed talking to the tour leader about climate change and what NZ was doing to conserve their environment.
I'm a Narnia Fan and so this tour was a must-do for me. I visited the Coromandel Peninsula mid-February and it was a rainy and cloudy day. The schedule for the day is tidal-dependant.
The train journey was nice and at the top there was a lookout platform, not much walking involved. The whole experience lasted about one hour.
The sky started to clear up and the weather was beautiful. Instead taking us to the Cathedral Cove right away to make use of the nice weather, we stopped at an unspectacular waterfall and went for a lovely 10-min stroll through a Kauri forest. We then had lunch and by the time we've finished lunch it was raining again. I felt bumped because the Cathedral Cove on a rainy and dark day is not the same as on a nice one. However, the only good thing is, not too many people went there, so it was less crowded. Cathedral Cove is definitely a must-see place in New Zealand!! I wouldn't have minded to spend the whole day only at Cathedral Cove but we had 1 h 15 min including 30 min walking distance from the car park each way to get a feeling for the place. It was too little time and I felt extremely rushed. Last stop was Hot Water Beach and two boys in my group dug a hole. The water temperature ranged from cold over lukewarm to scalding hot. The guide made up for the lack of time at Cathedral Cove thanks to his informative and interesting commentary otherwise I think I would only have given three stars. I have no idea where the money went for this tour. In my opinion it is highly overpriced and I think there are many cheaper offers to get to Coromandel than this.
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