Discover the spectacular scenery, captivating wildlife and rich history of this New Zealand paradise on our quintessential half day Bay of Islands cruise.
Lunch is not included. Food and drinks are available to purchase at Otehei Bay Café during the island stop at own expense
Dress to the weather conditions and wear flat soled shoes
Toilets available on board
Operated in partnership with Fullers GreatSights
Infant (0 - 4 yrs) FOC - Infants need to be booked for capacity limits
WHAT TO WEAR/BRING:
• Snack food and beverages can be purchased on board however you are welcome to bring your own.
• We suggest to wear comfortable clothing suitable to the conditions, bring a hat and walking shoes should you wish to walk to the look-out on Urupukapuka Island.
• If you would like to go for a swim at Otehei Bay please bring a towel
• Refreshments and food can be purchased from the cafe at Otehei Bay.
BYO alcohol cannot be carried on the Otehei Bay ferry, including the Discover the Bay Cruise. Due to liquor licencing laws no BYO alcohol is permitted at Otehei Bay. Food service licencing permits only food purchased at the cafe to be consumed within the cafe and surrounding grass areas. Please observe these notifications as enforcement may offend.
Note: Operating in partnership with Fullers GreatSights Hole in the Rock Cruise
Note: The 3.30pm Hole in the Rock Cruise will NOT have a marine mammal permit during the cruise , this will limit our ability to view marine mamals for the duration of the cruise
Full refund if cancelled up to 24 hours before activity starts.
Good weather is required for this experience. If we need to cancel due to poor weather, you'll be offered a different date or a full refund.
There is a minimum number of travellers for this experience. If the minimum isn't met and we need to cancel, we will offer a different date/experience or a full refund.
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