Visited Motutapu during Easter holidays. My friend and I planned to do trekking but we didn't search much information. We wanted to be flexible on our holiday. :) The treks are quite short and simple compare to its neighbor (Rangitoto) We spent only 3 hrs in total. Then we chilled out on at the camping area. The weather was really... 更多
Since Motutapu is connected to Rangitoto Island it only seem logical to se both. This is a full day, if not more, adventure. The walking tracks will take you to every part of the Island and offers spectacular views of the interior landscape as well as the ocean. You will be immediately greeted by rolling meadows and working farms. It... 更多
An easy 2 - 2 1/2 hour walk from Rangitoto Island (you can take the Ferry from Auckland City across to Rangitoto), Motutapu Island is separated by a bridge. It is well worth the walk as the views along the walk are stunning. Best to go over during Late November - Early April when the weather is warmer/nicer.
Little known and seldom visited, Motutapu Island is across the causeway from Rangitoto and closer to the city than Waiheke. Maintained by the Department of Conservation it includes a working farm, beaches, WW2 history. The highlight however is that it is one of Auckland's "Treasure Islands" - a pest free haven for native species. The Motutapu Restoration Trust have planted... 更多
We visited one weekend during February, using Explore's Sunday service (a fairly new operator in Auckland and slightly better /... 更多