Let Bush and Beach take you on a day tour to experience the best of Auckland sightseeing with an Auckland city tour in the morning combined with an afternoon nature tour – a day of variety and a great introduction to Auckland and New Zealand.
Your morning Auckland city tour is designed to explore the history and sights of the city as well as see how Aucklanders live and play. Auckland City is built around the beautiful Waitmata harbour and it is known as the ‘City of Sails’. This small group city tour includes stops at iconic landmarks such as The Auckland Domain, Mount Victoria in Devonport and Westhaven marina. There is also a stop at a cafe by a beautiful beach and lots of photo opportunities all day.
Your afternoon eco tour is spent in the Waitakere Ranges. In just 30 minutes you leave behind the bustle of the city and step into the tranquillity of the rainforest.
Travel to the Arataki Centre, an information centre built high on the ridge of the Waitakere Ranges. From here you get breathtaking panoramic views across the rainforest to Auckland’s two harbours. The visitors centre is also home to some traditional Maori carvings and your guide will talk about them and explain their significance for the area.
Continue on to the lush rainforest where you walk the easy tracks among giant tree ferns and view New Zealand’s famous kauri trees and silver ferns.
Move on to experience the power of the wild and rugged west coast. Feel the black sand of Piha beach beneath your feet as you stroll along one of the most awe-inspiring beaches the world has to offer. The perfect Auckland day trip.
During the afternoon we also include a New Zealand style afternoon tea including biscuits and tea and coffee or juice.
“The perfect all round Auckland highlights tour” – Viator review June 2021
Please note: lunch is not included but there is the opportunity to purchase it enroute (cash is required to buy lunch).
Operates 364 days of the year
Note – a minimum of 2 people are required for this tour to run
Child price for ages 2-11
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