Coromandel Peninsula Overview

The Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand is famous for its misty forests and pristine beaches. It is one of the most famous holiday destinations because of its laid-back vibe. Either lace up your hiking boots to unravel the rainforest-covered mountains or just relax at the beach paradise of New Zealand, the Coromandel peninsula has a lot to offer.

A breath-taking haven, the Coromandel Peninsula is a paradise for peace lovers, tranquillity seekers and adventure buffs. It is one of the most preferred summer places to visit in New Zealand and offers a plethora of attractions and activities.

Complete with natural charm, rustic ambience, lush valleys, misty rainforests, and a long golden coastline, The Coromandel is a perfect place to soothe your mind, body, and soul. Discover gold mining heritage, hike the Pinnacles, bike through the Hauraki Rail Trail, dig your own spa at Hot Water Beach, or explore Cathedral Cove, the area has several treasures to explore and embrace.

It also offers handicrafts studios for souvenir shopping, Whitianga for skydiving and plenty of opportunities for enjoying sea kayak tours. All in all, the place is an amazing destination for having a nature retreat.


• Indulge in a pampering session at the lost spring geothermal spa which is home to naturally heated mineral waters.
• Explore the pinnacles track on foot for a visual extravaganza as this walkway will take you through the spine of the coromandel peninsula which comprises the jagged forested ranges of The Pinnacles.
• Take a boat cruise or a kayak tour through Coromandel’s famous cathedral cove.
• Dig your very own hot pool in the sand because it is believed that a natural spring runs deep within the earth at the Hot Water beach.

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