Bay of Plenty
Bay of Plenty Kayaking
We provide kayak tours in Rotorua and Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. For all your kayaking adventures, kayak day trips, eco tours, island adventures that provide insight into the local history, culture and wildlife of the area. Habours, coastline, rivers and lakes, for the naturalist or for those who just more.......
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Here at Adventure Bay of Plenty our whole philosophy is about what the customer wants and then our aim is to exceed all those expectations.
We have an exceptional reputation and schools have been using us year after year with more and more students each time.
Schools are coming to us because we offer something new and exciting an provide a service no other company can.
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Rotorua ToursRotorua is the tourism capital of the North Island, New Zealand. Rich is geothermal activity, history and culture. Along with the gentle urban cycle ways passing some of Rotorua's most historic landmarks it also offers some of the best mountain bike trails in the world. Lets not forget Rotorua's lakes that provide amazing scenery surrounded by native forest and bush.
Adventure Bay of Plenty provides the perfect form of transport to see all that Rotorua offers and has two exciting new tours that incorporates the best of the best that Rotorua has to offer.
Mokoia Island Kayak Tour. We are very privileged to be the only kayak company to provide tours to Mokoia Island. Enjoy a relaxed paddle, witness some of NZ's rarest birds, be immersed into the local history and culture, soak in a natural geothermal pool.......find out more
Waka Trail. Offers a choice of an urban bike ride or mountain bike ride with a visit to Whakarewarewa Village where you get you own personal guide to show you around the village, sample traditional Maori food, enjoy a cultural show......find out more
Kayak through caves, holes in the rock. See the rich black obsedian prized by early Maori for tools, weapons and jewellery. Get up close to dolphins and seals who regularly visit Mayor Island. Take a walk and see the largest Pohutakawa tree in the world. Visit crater lakes, swim and snorkel in the safe calm bays. We recommend two days to ensure you you see all the island has to offer. Contact us to find out more.