Coromandel is one of New Zealand’s most popular and stunning tourist regions boasting a dazzling mountainous and coastlines a short drive from Auckland. The Coromandel Peninsula sports picturesque beaches and whole range of attractions and activities such as historical tours, diving, hiking, fishing, kayaking and soaking in natural hot spring beaches. Coromandel’s main towns and settlements are Coromandel Town, Waihi, Tairua, Pauanui, Whitianga, Thames and Whangamata. The Coromandel Peninsula’s mountainous and rugged landscapes together with its stunning golden beaches, natural hideaways and mist laden forests are sure to leave you breathless and spellbound.
Coromandel accommodation ranges from luxury hotels and resorts to holiday parks and camping grounds to backpacker’s accommodation to bed and breakfasts and holiday homes.
Coromandel attractions will keep you entertained with plenty to see and explore as you explore some of New Zealand’s most stunning coastlines. Come on a deep sea fishing adventure, alternatively, jump in the water and swim with dolphins. Go deeper under the waves and go scuba diving and discover the mysterious world lurking beneath the waves. On land take a guided hike into the mountains and forests, go for a cycling tour or bathe in the refreshing waters of the hot springs bubbling to the surface in sandy beaches or go to one of a number of thermal pools. Return to the water with a kayaking adventure or an overnight cruise and discover the dazzling coastlines from a new perspective.
Coromandel is one of New Zealand’s premium touristic destinations and there’s plenty for everyone regardless of your budget or preferences.
Make sure you check out the ‘World famous in New Zealand’ Lemon and Paeroa (L&P) iconic 7 metre high bottle located in Paeroa – great for a photo.