Features such as The Black Rocks (distinctive columnar basalt formations) and Cathedral Cave, on the same island as the famous Hole-in-the-Rock, are very special paddling experiences.
Historically, the Bay of Islands was a cradle for early Maori civilisation, as well as for the first European settlements of the early 1800's. Remote Maori pa sites (fortified village headlands), such as Rangihoua Pa abound throughout the BOI. The kayak is the perfect way to gain access to hike these panoramic archaeological sites.
Spectacular 360 degree views reveal the true beauty of the Bay of Islands! Myra's Cave and the many narrow passageways en route to either Cape Brett or Cape Wiwiki will add to our paddling adventure and provide many additional photo opportunities.
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