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Bay of Plenty Marinas - New Zealand

also known as Te Moana-a-Toi

Bay of Plenty is located on the North Coast of New Zeeland neighboring the Coromandel peninsula in the South and the Kaimai – Mamaku ranges in the East. Bathing in the deep waters of the Pacific Ocean, this area offers multiple touristic attractions for those who love sunbathing and water sports.

Visiting these amazing land tourists have a chance to discover a complex and beautiful landscape including active volcanoes and numerous islands with both rocky and sandy beaches.

The early inhabitants of this region were the Maori. Later, in the 18th century, this land was subject to European exploration which gradually led to the white’s man settlement and gave way to a continuous cultural blend process which lasted for several centuries. Today, the bay’s various influences are still present in the local cuisine, architecture, and customs.

If you chose the Bay of Plenty as your next holiday destination there are dozens touristic sights and activities you can take up to. You can choose sightseeing, whale watching, swimming with dolphins, berth booking and sailing. Hiking and water sports will account for an unforgettable vacation.

For those who prefer city sightseeing, one of the most magnetic places is Tauranga, a vivid city which offers a wide variety of accommodations, restaurants, bars and clubs, boutiques and a splendid sea sight. If you visit this place try to check out the Mauao volcanic cone which is one of the predilect destinations for hikers.

Another reputable volcano that attracts thousands of tourists can be found on White Island which is the sole marine active volcano in the country. Bay of plenty was also blessed with numerous geothermal waters that you can enjoy in places like Mount Maunganui which praises the only salty geothermal waters in New Zeeland.

Another recurrent destination for many visitors is the Kaituna River where you can try an adventurous jet boat experience. For traditional people, sailing is still the primary option and there are plenty opportunities to book a berth like those provided by

Popular locations for those who just want to get away from the crowd and enjoy a peaceful holiday are Motiti Island situated 10 miles away from Tauranga, a fascinating rocky island where fishing is practiced extensively and Lake Rotokakahi with its emerald green waters and luxuriant vegetation, located between two other similar lakes; Tarawera and Rotoura.

Bay of Plenty offers a myriad of exciting activities and fascinating locations for groups of tourists, families or couples and its top-quality services can satisfy any exigencies.