• Location: Paihia or Russell, Bay of Islands, New Zealand
  • Duration: 3 - 4 hours (approx.)
From GBP 63.22

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Reviewed by: Kathleen S, June 2016

Beautiful and very informative tour. Would highly recommend the tour especially if you only have a short time to visit the area.

Reviewed by: jacquikay, May 2016

Great tour - staff on the boat were great. A little confusing where to actually go to get on the boat, get the ticket etc, but worked out ok in the end

Reviewed by: Lorna C, April 2016

It was absolutely wonderful even though we couldn't go through the hole because of the currents. We were lucky enough to have a wonderful sunny day. The captain was terrific - warm and informative and she found dolphins for us which was an absolute highlight!! I had 3 friends from overseas and they thought the whole experience was magical - one from the USA had wanted to come to the Bay of Islands for many years and she was totally bowled over. Thanks for a lovely experience.

Reviewed by: Vicki H, March 2016

Loved it - I was a bit disappointed that helicopters are able to land on the hole in the rock - spoils the experience and what about the cultural implications? Nevertheless, the trip was wonderful and the whole area is absolutely amazing. Our skipper was hilarious and also extremely informative. Had a lovely day - thank you so much :

Reviewed by: Robert P, March 2016

What a memorable time we had and we actually sailed through the Hole in the Rock. This was our first time in New Zealand and the Bay of Islands is just amazing. So many memories. The young man who sailed us through was great. He had a great sense of humor and extremely informative and good looking as well! What more can I say. Well done and thank you.

Reviewed by: Clare M, March 2016

This trip was very good and was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.
I would highly recommend this trip.

Reviewed by: Michael P, March 2016

If there were more stars they would get them all! Fabulous cruise.
Our captain actually drove through the hole in the rock...amazing! A 'must-do'!