The Rangitoto Tour is the perfect way to visit that young volcanic island in a half-day. Although the 300 steps to the top is daunting for some, it is doable even at my age.
exactly as advertised. and a little off the beaten path.
it was wonderful to see a place kept protected and preserved for the later generation!!!!
An interesting way to spend the afternoon. Information on the island given by 'train' driver very interesting. The view from the islands summit was well with the 300 steps to get up to it. Wasn't sure whether I would manage the steps but they are very gradual and not too hard at all.
Excellent experience. Highly recommended. Be sure to understand that to get to the top requires about 300 stairs. Although these are organized into many smaller groupings with relatively flat boardwalks in between, it is a tiring climb up. But, well worth the view from the top!
Wonderful tour, great guide!
Great commentary from the guide. Recommend doing this as there was transport. You can walk around the island but you might risk missing the ferry. There are no shops on this island.
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