Long time known as one of New Zealand top holiday destinations, enjoyed both by New Zealand holidaymakers and international visitors alike it is an opportunity to experience the Bay of Islands being both stunningly beautiful and historically significant.
And what a way to experience seeing the Bay of Islands, not only do you get to see the islands, step ashore on remote beaches, walk to panoramic look-outs, snorkelling in crystal clear lagoons and you also get the thrills of riding your own jet ski all the way, from just hopping between some of the 144 islands of the Bay of Islands to the ultimate Jet Ski ride out to the ‘famous Hole in the Rock’
Never tried riding a Jet ski, just a novice or need to get the wind through you hair, then this trip is the ideal trip. Hire yourself a high powered 4 stroke Jet ski on our 30 minute blast trips in the bay, our experienced guide will guide you to safe area and a chance to show off or try out your skills as you blast around on your own jet ski.
For an exciting way to see the islands of the Bay of Islands then book our 1 hr blaster guided tour. our guide will take you to a safe boating area for safety briefing and driving techniques from here head out into the bay, passing Russell and Tapeka point and a blast through the inner islands of the bay cruising past remote islands, sandy coves with its clear blue waters.
If you are looking for excitement and adventure, then this trip is for you. Our Bay Bonanza guided Jet Ski tour takes you to experience both the inner and outer islands all the way to the Famous Hole in the Rock, Cathedral caves and Cape Brett lighthouse returning through the inner islands to Urupukapuka for a stop at the Island cafe, then onto Roberton Island overlooking Twin Lagoons as we meander our watery way home back to Paihia we pass Tapeka Point and the seaside settlement of Russell.
This is the ultimate Jet Ski guided tour that combines both the above tours tours combined into one exciting trip, taken at a more relaxed pace with time for stops and soak in the stunning scenery of the Bay all the way out to the famous Hole in the Rock, Cape Brett Lighthouse and the marine reserve of Deep Water Cove, walk to the lookouts at Otehei Bay or enjoy a drink or nibble at the Island Cafe or Picnic and snorkel on an island, walk to a lookout and visit old Maori pa sites.