There is a good reason why National Geographic called New Zealand a miniature world. It’s an amazing place in all its roughness and natural form-when both land and sea spell of breathtaking beauty.
If you happen to visit the country, you will probably never leave as you will never run out of anything to do. For example, sailing in New Zealand gives adventure lovers time to explore the open waters and enjoy the magnificent countryside backdrop and underwater marine life.
The Bay of Islands
The Bay of Islands in New Zealand is 3 hours’ drive from Auckland. For example, a trip in the Hole in the Rock offers visitors the opportunity to watch and observe the rich marine life of the bay. You can experience an exciting ride on a forward trampoline as well as the high-tech catamaran. A cruise on a chartered yacht can also take you to idyllic islands during lunchtime where you can dine and feast on kiwi barbecues.
The geography of Auckland, with is thin strip of land, makes the waters of the Gulf an interesting place to sail. The steady sea breezes compete with southwesterly winds, and in mid-afternoon, there is the heat off the land to handle.
Often, it has been referred to as world’s adventure capital despite its remoteness. With a great combination of its snow-capped mountains, wild rivers, and calm seas, any visitor can make his own design of New Zealand adventures such as participating in bungee jumping, sky diving, and jet skiing besides the customary cruising.
New Zealand Beaches
Speak of New Zealand waters and you can at once associate it with the wonderful beaches of Able Tasman. Here you can experience golden beaches, lush virgin mangroves and forests, as well as worth-exploring coves. You can spread and achieve sun-kissed skin as you board any luxurious sailing catamaran. Visit the Anchorage Beach and treat yourself to a very delectable fine lunch.