On the very next day of our trip to Auckland, we planned to visit the very famous and a must see place – the bay of islands new Zealand. It is a collaboration of about 144 islands stretching between Cape Brett and the Purerua Peninsula, in north of Auckland. When we enquired about the modes to reach there, the two most common options suggested were by road and air travel. By road, it was to take around three to four hours drive, while a quick 35 minutes of air travel via flight.
To avoid any further fatigue, and to enjoy the most of the day, we opted for air travel to save our precious time. On reaching the place, we were mesmerized by the beauty of the place. There were many tourists to enjoy the scenic beauty of the place and enjoy themselves. The place was flooded with numerous adventurous activities to provide its tourist flock a never-forgetting time.
We started moving around on the well-maintained tracks for walking that were offering spell-bounding views throughout the entire stretch of the Bay of Islands. We also took the free maps that were available at information offices.
There were a range of fishing and sailing charters available to amuse the visitors. There were also the scenic flights facilitated to witness the beauty around the Bay of Islands.
The tourists were enjoying themselves amid the interesting museums, libraries and workshops. Some were just enjoying bathing under the bright sun.
Joseph was so delighted and after seeing his excitement, we opted for a voyage of a vehicle ferry. It was a magnificent trip with beauty of nature spread all around us and once we were turned around the Tapeka Point, which is situated just north of Russell – we entered a playground of maritime adventure. There were penguins, dolphins, whales, gannets and an abundance of wildlife that was amusing the watchers. It was a thrilling experience with water splashing over us amid the beautiful and friendly creatures. The entire experience was so exhilarating. We enjoyed a lot the whole day enjoying various adventurous sports and the scenic beauty.