Te Ika-a-Māui / North Island的獨特新鮮事
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Te Ika-a-Māui / North Island的獨特新鮮事

在 Airbnb 預訂由當地人舉辦的難忘活動。

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Sailing in the Bay of Islands
Departing from the Russell Wharf at 10am, we will sail out to one of the 144 islands that are only accessible by boat. On the way there we will do our best to spot our local wildlife; dolphins, penguins, sharks and our wonderful array of seabirds. Once on the island, we will spend an hour or two beach combing, hiking, kayaking, snorkelling or simply lounging in the sun! Since the Islands are bird conservation sites we will hopefully even spot a few native rare birds! After having a fresh lunch on board, we will then sail back to the Russell wharf to arrive around 330pm. Other things to note We need you to be at the Russell wharf at 9:45am for the safety briefing. Departure is at 10am, please don't be late. Like the saying "the ship has sailed", it will!
Hidden Auckland walking tour with treats
Together we’ll explore central Auckland attractions - its vibrant waterfront, hidden lanes, must-see landmarks, charming squares and serene park. From downtown to uptown, you'll see more with us. Plus we reveal where to find the best Auckland restaurants and stylish Auckland rooftop bars. "A perfect 101 experience to jump-start your Auckland visit", said James, USA (guest). This small-group tour kicks off downtown on Queen Street before weaving uptown through back lanes to an early fortress. Learn about Auckland's Maori heritage and colonization plus discover the city's award-winning art gallery, street art, sculptures and best local food spots. We'll pause to mingle over a complimentary drink followed by an artisan food tasting. At tours end, you'll leave armed with our 'Auckland Best Restaurants' list and loads more local advice. Price includes: Refreshments, a tasting and Aucky Walky Tour's curated list of the best places to eat, shop and go! Maximum group size of 10. Traveling solo? Please message first with your date BEFORE booking as this tour requires a min of 2 people. Please message if you'd prefer a private tour or alternative date. Thank you/Nga mihi.
Sail Barbary - Eco Sailing on Lake Taupo
Step aboard our classic white eco friendly sailing boat. No noise, no nasty diesel fumes. Our skipper will help make your trip memorable aboard the vessel that has proudly entertained visitors to the region since 1982. After a safety briefing we leave the marina at the beginning of the mighty Waikato River and work our way along the bays of Lake Taupo with an informative and interesting short history of the area, it’s volcanic nature and cultural history. Either sit back and relax on our comfortable seating or have a turn at the wheel. Refreshments like tea coffee or milo ( a kiwi favourite) are available on the trip. Grab a drink and get to know the people around you. As we sail you will enjoy the majestic view of our volcanic mountains, Ruapehu, Ngauruhoe and Tongariro. In the Winter they are snowcapped like ice cream cones. Sail Barbary takes you right up close to the face of Ngatoroirangi, for the perfect photo of the 14-metre high rock art, only accessible by water. The skipper will tell you the story of its carving. In the summer we stop for swimming. We are a truly unique and authentic experience. the only sustainable sailing company on the lake.
Phantom Sailing Bay of Islands
We leave from Russell at 10am and set sail for a cruise through the Bay of Islands. During the sailing, we will share the history of the bays and our guests can participate in the sailing or just relax and enjoy the views. At our anchorage, you can go ashore for a walk, swim, snorkel or relax on board while a fresh lunch is prepared in the galley. Lunch is served on the boat and is always punctuated by lively conversation. We sail back to Russell to arrive at the wharf at about 3:30pm. Other things to note We have your safety and comfort as our first consideration. It is important that you make phone or email contact before the trip so we can make sure you have the latest information as far as weather goes. We have a toilet and refrigeration on board. No sailing or boating experience necessary.
Auckland Food Walk Tour
Join us for Auckland's best restaurant hop! We’ll meet by Sky Tower before heading to the first of four spots to mingle over New Zealand-style appetizers. Price includes all food. Vegetarians welcome. This leisurely experience blends Auckland attractions - its colorful history, diverse culture, street art and landmarks with an entertaining food safari. It’s so much more than just an Auckland food tour and the ideal way to find your feet. "The places were beautiful local secrets that we would have missed on our own. The food was unique and tasty....... the experience of a lifetime!" wrote Cassie, Hawaii (AirBNB review) As we walk, you’ll discover how the city's food scene has evolved as we duck down hidden lanes towards the waterfront. The tasting menu may include seafood, NZ beef or lamb, premium cheeses, Asian-style cuisine, chocolate or handmade ice cream considered the best in NZ. Auckland is a food lovers paradise if you know where to go and we like to switch things up! Once downtown you'll leave full to the brim with our curated list on Auckland's best restaurants (which you can start ticking off)! Note: Min 2 people per booking. And this tour requires a min of 4 people to proceed. Traveling solo? Please enquire first. Tour unsuitable for vegans. Food allergies must be advised in advance. Route requires full mobility.

Te Ika-a-Māui / North Island附近的所有活動

Farm & Animal Feeding Tour
As you drive up the circular driveway, we'll welcome you to our little farm. We'll give you some farm boots to use during your experience. First, you'll be taken to meet our friendly pony, iconic wool sheep & goats. They will come up to you for a pat and are happy to pose for a selfie/photo. Next well take a walk to see the ducks and rare breed chickens. Then it's a short walk to see the beautiful Hororhoro Bluff mountains, with friendly goats following along. Take some photos of the stunning farmland views. Then we'll walk through the orchard to be met by our mini horse and lager horses and scottish highland cattle. Lamb and calf feeding are available if we have orphan animals. Then you can feed the horses, cows, chickens, ducks, baby animals, turkeys, goats. Another nice chance to interact with the animals and take some photos. Egg collecting, fruit, or nut picking may be available in season. 100 percent of the proceeds of this tour go back to our rescue and farm animals. A horse/pony ride can also be provided for guests who would like to add to this unique farm experience, please send a message if you would like this as we will prepare your horse ready to ride. Experience the uniqueness of NZ farm life. Our animals are waiting to meet you. So surround yourself with the stunning, natural beauty that Upper atiamuri has to offer.. Group/private bookings welcome Other things to note We will keep you safe at all times and provide you with details safety information. Please let us know if you have any special requirements or requests.
Piha Expedition
This is the only way to get the most out of your visit to the wild Piha beach! Meet our group at The Pantry Cafe on Auckland's Viaduct basin. Grab your coffee/breakfast before we embark on our Piha Expedition. Relax in our luxurious Mercedes Sprinter van as we wind our way through the ranges towards the famous Piha. Stopping at some of the most scenic and high altitude lookouts Auckland has to offer. Upon arrival at Piha, we observe the severe flood damage as we venture onto the wild black sand beach at the North and South ends to explore the landscapes. We walk among the towering cliffs to find hidden tracks through the native forest. We carefully navigate many a massive sea cave and natural tunnels surrounding the areas. We will see native wildlife such as the Tui's and watch the colourful Rosellas in the forest. If we are lucky we will spot a Seal or Sea Lion! Professionally guided by your passionate, qualified and safety conscious tour guide. Full transport between all locations, Healthy snacks, fresh fruit and cold water are provided. Up to 5km total walking split up throughout the day. Some of which is Barefoot optional on the sand. The black sand can be hot during summer, Bring beach shoes if you have them. Post tour drop off available to guest accomodations in the city and back to the meeting place.
Explore Auckland, learn about Māori culture and history
Kia Ora my name is Thomas - one of Hiku's best friends! I've taken celebrities around my beautiful city now it's your turn to tour around Tāmaki Makaurau - Auckland. It's time to learn about Māori history, culture and language. I want to take around some beautiful spots - Maunga (Volcanos), the Moana (a Beach), a coffee shop owned by Māori and we will take a trip to the Auckland Museum.
Sheep Farm Tour & Woolly Farm-Hat Gift
When you arrive on our beautiful farm and meet our friendly, naturally coloured Corriedale sheep & lambs. Followed by an explanation of how wool is shorn from the sheep, skirted, washed & dried. Next, guests will select their choice of wool, alpaca, lama and other fibres to card into large batts of fibre that are ready to process by spinning them into wool. After a spinning demonstration, guests will be able to practise spinning the fibre into their own ball of wool to take with them. If time allows they can try knitting or weaving and have a short walk around the farm to meet the other animals. This experience is suitable for beginners with no previous experience needed. Children can attend, just advise the age of the child, as I'll organise a child friendly wool activity for them. I'd like to make sure you have a fun, relaxing & unique experience that you will always remember. The scenery is spectacular and I am happy to take photos of you around the farm and with the animals. You can even select your own farm made hat as a free souvenir. Each hat is handcrafted, organically processed and shorn from our own sheeps wool, hand made and over 20 hours of work in each one. Come and learn how your hat was crafted - eco -slow fashion just for you.
Sailing in the Bay of Islands
Departing from the Russell Wharf at 10am, we will sail out to one of the 144 islands that are only accessible by boat. On the way there we will do our best to spot our local wildlife; dolphins, penguins, sharks and our wonderful array of seabirds. Once on the island, we will spend an hour or two beach combing, hiking, kayaking, snorkelling or simply lounging in the sun! Since the Islands are bird conservation sites we will hopefully even spot a few native rare birds! After having a fresh lunch on board, we will then sail back to the Russell wharf to arrive around 330pm. Other things to note We need you to be at the Russell wharf at 9:45am for the safety briefing. Departure is at 10am, please don't be late. Like the saying "the ship has sailed", it will!
Golf and a drink with an Olympian
I will host you and up to two other guests for nine holes of golf at Omanu Golf Club here in Mount Maunganui, in the Bay of Plenty. Have a look at the website: https://www.omanugolf.co.nz/ Its a high quality course that is suitable for all standards of player. We will play nine holes, which takes around one and a half hours and then have a drink in the club house, which has stunning views over the course and beyond. During the round and the drink afterwards, I will be happy to share some of my Olympic experiences as an athlete, an executive and a commentator. If you do not have your own clubs you can hire a set for NZ$15 and a trundler/trolley for NZ$5.50. If you would like a cart you can hire one for NZ$20. Other things to note If you do not have your own clubs you can hire a set at the pro shop for just NZ$15 and I will supply golf balls and tees. You do not need actual golf shoes but you will have to have trainers or other suitable shoes. So come and play one of the best courses in the Bay of plenty with me.
Secret Spot kayaking to hotsprings
Kayaking Okere Falls, float in your own kayak on Lake Rotoiti and see an abundance of wild life birds and fish, visit the natural hot springs, walk up the hot stream and see steaming rocks world famous in New Zealand
Awesome Day Sailing Experience
We will depart Paihia or Russell daily at 10:00 and start sailing straight away. Travellers are encouraged to help with the sailing. We sail throughout the islands stopping at mid-day for a beach walk and snorkelling. Our yummy fresh lunch is provided on board at 13:30 (sandwich lunch with vegetarian, gluten free and vegan options). We sail back in the afternoon arriving in Paihia around 16:00. Marine life, penguins and seabirds are frequently sighted in playful groups. Don't forget your camera! Mike's special knowledge of the area allows you to sail to bays and islands that are not on the beaten path. Our ocean going yacht GUNGHA II crosses oceans annually and is a dream to sail. Please do not bring fishing gear or chilly bins.....we will be sailing! Other things to note For travellers staying in Russell we will provide a no-charge ferry transfer to and from our boarding point in Paihia. You can email us via Air BnB for that detail! All sailing trips are weather dependant. Please email within 24 hours of sailing to confirm you tour and meeting point. Very few tours are cancelled! There may be up to 20 passengers on board. Individual group sizes are limited to up to 10. You will most likely be sailing with others from all over the world!
Hidden Auckland walking tour with treats
Together we’ll explore central Auckland attractions - its vibrant waterfront, hidden lanes, must-see landmarks, charming squares and serene park. From downtown to uptown, you'll see more with us. Plus we reveal where to find the best Auckland restaurants and stylish Auckland rooftop bars. "A perfect 101 experience to jump-start your Auckland visit", said James, USA (guest). This small-group tour kicks off downtown on Queen Street before weaving uptown through back lanes to an early fortress. Learn about Auckland's Maori heritage and colonization plus discover the city's award-winning art gallery, street art, sculptures and best local food spots. We'll pause to mingle over a complimentary drink followed by an artisan food tasting. At tours end, you'll leave armed with our 'Auckland Best Restaurants' list and loads more local advice. Price includes: Refreshments, a tasting and Aucky Walky Tour's curated list of the best places to eat, shop and go! Maximum group size of 10. Traveling solo? Please message first with your date BEFORE booking as this tour requires a min of 2 people. Please message if you'd prefer a private tour or alternative date. Thank you/Nga mihi.
Sail Barbary - Eco Sailing on Lake Taupo
Step aboard our classic white eco friendly sailing boat. No noise, no nasty diesel fumes. Our skipper will help make your trip memorable aboard the vessel that has proudly entertained visitors to the region since 1982. After a safety briefing we leave the marina at the beginning of the mighty Waikato River and work our way along the bays of Lake Taupo with an informative and interesting short history of the area, it’s volcanic nature and cultural history. Either sit back and relax on our comfortable seating or have a turn at the wheel. Refreshments like tea coffee or milo ( a kiwi favourite) are available on the trip. Grab a drink and get to know the people around you. As we sail you will enjoy the majestic view of our volcanic mountains, Ruapehu, Ngauruhoe and Tongariro. In the Winter they are snowcapped like ice cream cones. Sail Barbary takes you right up close to the face of Ngatoroirangi, for the perfect photo of the 14-metre high rock art, only accessible by water. The skipper will tell you the story of its carving. In the summer we stop for swimming. We are a truly unique and authentic experience. the only sustainable sailing company on the lake.
Auckland Historic Bar Tour
Make your night out in Auckland worth remembering with a guided tour experiencing the sips, sights, and stories of the city’s historical bar scene. Proudly showcasing craft beers from boutique local breweries or delicious non-alcoholic options. Our unique combination of a guided city tour, hosted social event and a fascinating Auckland and New Zealand history lesson offers an informative, engaging, and enjoyable evening for everyone – be they a tippler or a teetotaler. Based in the heart of Auckland city, operating rain or shine and with both public tour or private group options available. Our welcoming and professional guides provide the perfect Auckland experience for local groups and couples, corporate functions, or as a fun and comfortable way for visitors to explore the city.
Combo Horse ride and Farm-Animal Feeding
We'll start with a riding lesson where I'll walk you through the fundamentals of groundwork, balance, seat, shifting your weight, reigns, leg aides and some time for you to practice on our beginners horse. I'll be with your all the way. Next we'll take a relaxing walk around the farm to meet, pat and hand feed our animals. We have specialty wool sheep, Scottish Highland cows (fluffy cows), goats, Horses, and a mini horse, goats, ducks (sometimes ducklings), Chickens (often chicks to hold), a dog, and a few more to meet. I'm happy to answer any questions you may like to ask about farming in our area. If time allows we can take a short walk up a hill to see mountain range and take some photos. This is limited to 4-5 guests due to the riding time, but let me know if you have a larger group and we can extend the time and add more guests if needed. Private experiences are also available for bookings or special occasions. This combo has been asked for by guests and we are really proud to be able to offer it as a way for guests to enjoy a farm experience with two of our most popular activities. A good idea to bring your phone/camera, warm clothes for cool days. Long pants for riding, skirts or dresses are uncomfortable for riding, long pants are the best choice. Remember riders you may give your riding time to someone else in your group if you prefer. Adults/children welcome
Combo Animal Feeding & Wool making
Would you like to spend some relaxing time with our friendly animals in the stunning volcanic backdrop of the Upper Atiamuri countryside. We have highland cattle, specialty wool sheep, horses, ponies, goats, chickens, ducks & more. Many of which are rescues. We'll take a stroll to meet and feed the animals and take some photos so you can remember this special experience. We'll be happy to explain some of the history of the area and talk about NZ farming, and a few stories along the way. I'm happy to answer any questions you have too. After many requests for a combination of our tours, this is a combination of two of our most popular. You will be able to take part in a hands on wool processing demonstration and interact with many farm animals and help to feed and pat them. We are proud that we are not a tourist farm, and can provide an authentic experience that will allow you to experience the NZ farm lifestyle and learn a bit more about the animals that we care for and experience the stunningly beautiful Atiamuri landscape. If you can't see this tour at the time you would like, just message me and ask for the time that you would like and I'll try to schedule it at the time you want. If you like nature and natural, traditional crafts this is the combo for you. Other things to note Tours leave on time so please let me know if you are running late and we'll do our best to accomodate you. Please advise if you have any special requirements or medical concerns.
Sail Barbary - Eco Sailing Evening and Sunset Trip
Join us on our classic white eco friendly sailing boat. No noise, no nasty diesel fumes. Our skipper will help make your trip memorable aboard the vessel that has proudly entertained visitors to the region since 1982. After a safety briefing we leave the marina at the beginning of the mighty Waikato River and work our way along the bays of Lake Taupo with an informative and interesting short history of the area, it’s volcanic nature and cultural history. The evening sunset trip comes with a free drink. Either a glass of wine, beer, cider or soda. Grab a drink and get to know the people around you. Sit back and relax on our comfortable seating. This is a fun trip. Please note we do not guarantee a sunset. As we sail you will enjoy the majestic view of our volcanic mountains, Ruapehu, Ngauruhoe and Tongariro. In the Winter they are snowcapped like ice cream cones. Sail Barbary takes you right up close to the face of Ngatoroirangi, for the perfect photo of the 14-metre high rock art, only accessible by water. The skipper will tell you the story of its carving. In the evening the setting sun makes the face glow. In the summer we stop for swimming. We are a truly unique and authentic experience. the only sustainable sailing company on the lake.
Phantom Sailing Bay of Islands
We leave from Russell at 10am and set sail for a cruise through the Bay of Islands. During the sailing, we will share the history of the bays and our guests can participate in the sailing or just relax and enjoy the views. At our anchorage, you can go ashore for a walk, swim, snorkel or relax on board while a fresh lunch is prepared in the galley. Lunch is served on the boat and is always punctuated by lively conversation. We sail back to Russell to arrive at the wharf at about 3:30pm. Other things to note We have your safety and comfort as our first consideration. It is important that you make phone or email contact before the trip so we can make sure you have the latest information as far as weather goes. We have a toilet and refrigeration on board. No sailing or boating experience necessary.