Luxury Auckland & West Coast Day Tour with Maori Guide

Luxury Auckland & West Coast Day Tour with Maori Guide

From $205.74 per person

Explore multi-cultural Auckland and its West Coast with a local Maori guide and learn about the region’s history and people. On this unique full-day tour you’ll see the major highlights of the city and the dramatic scenery of the outlying coastal area.

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Duration 8 hours
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Pickup included
Pick-up is from Downtown Auckland hotels, the SkyTower or at the cruise ship port.


  • Explore Auckland with a local Maori as your guide
  • Visit important historic sites and learn about the fascinating Maori culture
  • Discover dramatic cliff tops, black sand beaches, and stormy seas on the famous ‘Wild West Coast’
  • See Auckland's most iconic volcanoes
Full description
Enjoy a unique experience in Auckland and the surrounding area with award-winning TIME Unlimited Tours. Your guide for the day will be a local, highly knowledgeable Maori, who will be able to share the region’s indigenous history and culture from a personal perspective. Auckland is the world’s largest Polynesian city and home to a variety of cultures from across the Pacific. You’ll see the best that Auckland city and its West Coast have to offer on this tour. On the first segment of the tour you’ll visit Maungawhau. From the heights here you’ll have panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea. You’ll drive to colonial Parnell, and continue along the waterfront along Tamaki Drive. See the stunning beaches along Auckland's shoreline and Waitemata Harbour, the Hauraki Gulf, the mystical island volcano of Rangitoto, and the famous Harbour Bridge. Visit Devonport, a picturesque marine village with great cafés, boutiques, and stunning views of both Takarunga and Auckland city. The second part of the tour takes you to Auckland’s West Coast. See Titirangi, or the Fringe of Heaven, an artist enclave on Manukau Harbour, and stop at the Arataki Visitor Centre - the gateway to Auckland's West Coast. From here you’ll enjoy magnificent views over the Harbour. Further along the coast you’ll marvel at views of the soaring cliffs, take in incredible ocean vistas, the roaring surf, and the unique black sand beaches. Ancient native rainforests abound, where you’ll see the amazing kauri trees as well as pohutukawa trees with their crimson flowers.
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Hot and cold drinks
  • All taxes and park fees
  • Gratuities
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All required protective equipment is provided
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You must fill out a travel information form

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    • Please bring walking shoes, sun hat, sunscreen, swimming gear (in summer), and your camera.
    • The local guide prides themselves on providing an all-inclusive tour with no hidden costs or souvenir shop pit stops.
    • The tours require a minimum of two adults to operate. Please inquire for single passenger bookings.
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    Ein unvergesslicher Tag - nicht nur aufgrund der wunderschönen Tour entlang ausgewählter Aussichtsorte entlang der Ost- und Westüste, sondern vor allem wegen der spannenden und engagierten „Führung“ durch unsere Guide Cathy. Hier wird Maori-Kultur nicht allein durch umfangreiches Wissen über Geschichte oder die soziokulturelle Situation vermittelt sondern lebensnah: das Vorstellungsritual wird angepasst an die kleine Reisegruppe und schafft - unaufdringlich und locker - sofort eine gute Atmosphäre, weiters werden Pflanzen untersucht, Köstlichkeiten probiert und zwischendurch im Museum gibt es die Möglichkeit, eine Kulturveranstaltung (Gesang, Tanz, Haka) anzusehen. Während auf vielen Ausflügen fertige Texte im Autopilot „aufgesagt“ werden, fesseln die Erzählungen von Cathy. Nachfragen der Reisenden sind willkommen und eweitern zusätzlich den Horizont. Wir haben viel über die Kultur der „people of the southern islands“ erfahren, das noch lange nachwirken wird.

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    April 16, 2019

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