Inspiring guides for your holiday to Coromandel Peninsula
A stunning array of incredible natural attractions await you in the Coromandel Peninsula. You’ll be welcomed to a lovely laid-back ambience, a wealth of historic towns, and luscious native forests, and we think it’s an idyllic location to explore on your New Zealand adventure.
For in-depth information on the must-sees, top tips, unique highlights and travel inspiration of this gorgeous region, check out our expert guides below.
The Coromandel Peninsula, a long spit of land that shields the Hauraki Gulf from the stormy Pacific Ocean, is where many New Zealanders come to get away from it all. So, given how laidback and picturesque the rest of the country is, you can imagine what it’s like here.
While New Zealand is filled with spectacular natural wonders, wildlife is abundant too, on land and in the water, with opportunities to watch for whales, dolphins, penguins, seals and more.
New Zealand ranks highly in top travel spots, with lush rainforests, beautiful mountains and beaches, abundant wildlife and hot springs. Aim for three to four weeks, with options to tailor-make a perfect trip.