Paihia is the largest town in Northland, a town located on the Wharf means you have easy access to Water Activities, such as Island Cruising or Hole in The Rock, to Swim with Dolphin Tours.
North of Paihia you can visit the beautiful Haruru Falls for leisure walks or perhaps a Kayak Tour. Visit the Waitangi Treaty Grounds the very place where the British signed the Treaty with the Maori Chiefs from around New Zealand and what has shaped our Nation to what it is today.
Board a Ferry across the Harbour to Russell, this was the former Capital of New Zealand with great shopping and Quayside Restaurants,
Travel North and visit the beautiful relaxed town of Kerikeri, or travel further North to experience 90 Mile Beach and Cape Reinga, New Zealand most Northern point and where the Tasman and Pacific Oceans meet. This is a sacred place to our Maori, their legend speaks of this point as being the departing place where the spirits of their loved ones leave Aotearoa
South of Paihia you will find Kawakawa a small town where you can visit the famous Hundertwasser toilets or the historic Village of Kaikohe, which is close by
You can also visit the West Coast and New Zealand's oldest Kauri Tree, called Tane Mahuta, the Maori name for our Tree and means a Majestic Lord. Tane Mauta is located in the Waipoua Kauri Forest.