The Coromandel Peninsula is located on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island, one of the most popular destinations of the country. It’s well known for its 248 miles (400 km) of white sand beaches, mystical forests and as an unspoiled and relax destination.

Things to do in Coromandel

There isn’t a shortage of things to do in the Coromandel; diving, hiking, cycling, fishing, skydiving, kayaking and much more; while exploring its many attractions


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Walking Tracks

Coromandel has plenty of walking tracks, highlighting the Coastal Walk, an untouched track where you can enjoy the beauty of the peninsula, with the amazing views of the bays; and the Pinnacles, a 2 day walk that will take hikers to one of the highest peaks on the island.

Whenuakura New Zealand

Enjoy the nature of the Whenuakura Wildlife Sanctuary, a 40ft high cave, surrounded by beautiful beaches. Located on the Whenuakura island (best known as the Donut island), one of New Zealand’s most beautiful coastal attractions.

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Hot Water Beach

The are many beaches in Coromandel, but nothing like the hot water beach; made of natural springs, emerging through the sand in the form of a naturally heated mineral water. Dig a hole and relax in your own spa while looking at the pacific ocean.

One of the most picturesque spots in the island. An area filled with natural archways and caverns; where you have an exotic tunnel separating two beautiful sand beaches. Dive, kayak or snorkel and discover the beauty of this place.

Hauraki Rail Trail

A cycle trail offering scenic views of the Hauraki plains, the Wairere Falls, the Firth Tower and some gold mining relics. Located south of Auckland and north of Tauranga, the Rail Trail is split into five sections.

Lost Spring Geothermal Spa

These thermal waters are surrounded by tropical plants and waterfalls, ideal to relax in the geo-thermal pools.

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Coromandel Town

Colonial history lives in this place. A colonial gold rush settlement in its beginnings, Coromandel Town is characterized by its victorian architecture, natural beauties and beaches.

Thames New Zealand


Thames used to be a mining town. Nowadays, mines cease to exist, but the historic vibe of the city remains, offering tourists with a cultural experience like no other.