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Makana Confections

Our hand-made chocolates and other natural temptations are perfect for special occasions, or a wonderfully special self-indulgent treat.

Makana Chocolate Café

Treat yourself with a visit to delicious the Makana chocolate café Open every day from 8.30am to 5.00 pm. Also fully licensed.

PT for ME

Health & Fitness Retreat and gym are run by a group of dedicated fitness professionals who will help transform your life. Personal training customised entirely for you and your goals.

Kates Riding Centre

Fabulous horse trekking in the Bay of Islands suitable for novices to the more experienced rider. Stunning farm rides on a picturesque farm with beautiful views of the Kerikeri Inlet or go on a full beach trekking experience.

Pure Day Spa

A peaceful haven for massage, facials and beauty treatments which include manicures, pedicures, waxing, IPL, spray tans and eye treatments.

Bay of Island

Skydive Bay of Islands

Skydiving over the Bay of Islands is arguably the most scenic and picturesque skydive you can do in New Zealand, letting you experience the 144 islands of the Bay of Islands from the air.

Kerikeri Mini Golf

Keri-Putt’s 18 hole mini golf is affordable fun for all the family, beautifully landscaped with a picnic area available for patrons.

Kerikeri is the home of the Bay of Islands airport, making it only a 35 minute flight from Auckland. There are some excellent things to see and do in Kerikeri with a do not miss gourmet chocolate factory, great wineries, horse trekking, day spa, mini golf, bush tours and more.

Bountiful in restaurants, cafés, galleries, gourmet food shops and laced with some beautiful conservation areas and walking tracks along native reserves and rivers including the fabulous Puketi Kauri Rainforest and Rainbow falls.

Historic early European buildings still stand with the country’s oldest house, Kemp Mission House, and New Zealand’s oldest stone building, the Stone Store dating from 1832. These wonderful buildings are regarded as the "Cradle of the Nation".

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