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More than just a beautiful harbour city, Auckland has become increasingly popular for its mild year-round climate, cuisine from all around the world, fine wines and great art. It has a vibrant nightlife and many wonderful restaurants, plus it’s the most common entry point into New Zealand, a great spot to base yourself. Visit Sky Tower, the tallest freestanding building in the Southern Hemisphere. Take a cruise Auckland Harbour and visit the seaside village of Devonport. Stroll around the Viaduct Wharf and enjoy alfresco dining or take in some of the finest Maori treasures in the world at the Visit Auckland War Memorial Museum. The Bay of Islands is north of Auckland with extraordinary history and incredible forests. The waters are teeming with colourful marine life and the shores are sandy and unspoilt.
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Our tips for Auckland

  • Go sky high. Make time to ascend Sky Tower, the tallest structure in the Southern Hemisphere to gain a 360-degree vantage of the city and its surrounds. Visitors to Sky Tower can dine in the revolving restaurant or even bungee jump from the top! The choice on this Auckland tour is yours.
  • Venture out of the city. While Auckland itself has enough to entertain any tourist for the entirety of their stay, it would be a crying shame not to explore the region further. Auckland is the perfect gateway to a land of veritable vineyards, volcanic hikes and rainforest rambles. Iconic Auckland day trips include ventures to Eden Mountain, Waiheke Island and the Waitakere Ranges.
  • Take to the water. Auckland is known as the ‘City of Sails’ for a reason. Explore the city’s harbours by boat an iconic Auckland experience.

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Best time to visit
If you're looking to make the most of the weather on your Auckland sightseeing, November to April is the ideal time for a visit. Head to Auckland at the end of January for the warmest weather and, for those still considering what to do in Auckland, you'll get the added benefit of being around during the annual Auckland Seafood Festival a foodies heaven!
Getting around
Navigating scenic Auckland can prove testing. Keep these top tips handy so you can get around with ease. If public transport is your jam, be sure to invest in an AT HOP day pass for just $18 NZD. The pass can be purchased at any Auckland Transport customer service centre, ticket office or AT HOP retailer and grants unrestricted use of any inner-city bus, train or ferry for 24 hours. Half the beauty of Auckland lies in its surroundings, so we definitely recommend renting a car for your Auckland day tours to explore the region further.
Stay Safe
Auckland is a relatively safe city. Keep these travel tips in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch. In case of emergency, dial 111. * When considering the things to do in Auckland at night, be sure to avoid walking alone down quiet streets. * As always, keep all your personal belongings safe and secure when in the city centre or busy tourist sites. * Don't rely on mobile phone coverage. Always make sure people know where you are going before you go hiking solo.
Did you know?
Impress your friends with these tidbits of information: Like facts about things high? Then you'll love the fact that Auckland's Sky Tower is among the tallest structures in the Southern Hemisphere! Get climbing Due to its position, if you have the legs to walk, you can be on the Pacific coastline and then after, 4 hours walk, be on the Tasman Sea coastline. Pack those walking boots! They love a boat in Auckland! They have the highest number of boats per capita in the world! That's some 135,000 boats registered. Fancy that!

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