Things to see and do - Paihia
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Paihia Travel guide
Paihia : Michelin's recommendations
Vibrant Paihia is one of the sentinels of the superb Bay of Islands, a popular tourist destination that is the birthplace of New Zealand. On the agenda: dreamy beaches, R&R and deep-sea fishing. From here you can easily visit the many historic and nature sites in the surrounding area.
Tourist attractions Paihia : Things to see and do
1 Tau Henare Drive NZL - Paihia
Careful, this is a major site! The treaty that founded the nation of New Zealand was signed here in1840. The launching of Ngatoki Matawhaorua, one of the largest known war canoes (35m), is the high point of the commemoration, held on 6 February in fr..
16 Williams Road NZL - Paihia
The Aarangi Tui Motel is located in the heart of Paihia, only 150 metres from the wharf. All studios and apartments have satellite TV and self-catering facilities. Guests staying at Aarangi Tui have access to on-site laundry facilities, DVD players ..
2 Puketona Road NZL - Paihia
Prix Prices from : 110 NZD
Just 50 metres from Te Ti Beach, Bay of Islands Gateway Motel offers a hot tub, free kayak rental and a barbecue area with outdoor seating. A kitchenette, flat-screen satellite TV and DVD player are standard in all rooms. Free parking is available on..
69 Williams Road NZL - Paihia
Dolphin Motel is centrally located just 100 metres from Paihia wharf. All rooms feature a stovetop, fridge and satellite TV. Guests enjoy free unlimited Wi-Fi. Dolphin Motel provides apartment-style accommodation of studios, 1 and 2-bedroom units an..
Leisure activities Paihia
Prices from : 75 €
Sail around the beautiful 144 islands on-board "Lion New Zealand", the late Sir Peter Blake's 80 foot maxi-yacht. Take the opportunity to join the crew and get involved - help raise the main sail or experience the thrill of taking the helm...
Prices from : 69 €
This is the most popular cruise in the Bay for a good reason! The modern high speed catamaran escorts you in comfort around the Bay, past sandy beaches, rocky outcrops and the many varied island landscapes as you make your way out to the Cape Brett L..
What better way to explore the peaceful waters of the Bay of Islands than by the "R. Tucker Thompson" tall ship. This replica of a 100 year old schooner looks just like a working ship of the 18th century and you can spend the day onboard ex..