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On route, you’ll experience the Bay of Islands from the ridge tops and get a magnificent view of an iconic rock formation, Hole in the Rock.
This is a 3-4 hour hike with rewarding views of the Bay of Islands the entire way - you may even see dolphins and seals from your vantage point high up on the cliffs.
After lunch, we'll continue south from Mangawhai Heads towards the city of Auckland.
Known as the city of sails, Auckland sprawls over a narrow isthmus between the sparkling waters of the Waitemata and Manukau Harbours.
With our sandboarding fix satisfied we'll head east across the island to Puketi Forest.
We'll take some sandboards along too, for those who're keen to take the fast route down!
Our guides will then give you the chance to explore under your own steam, by providing you with either a snorkel and mask, or a kayak.
If you're a keen scuba diver, there's an option to upgrade to diving for an additional fee, including all the necessary gear.
While you head across from the mainland, keep your eyes peeled for flocks of petrels, shearwaters and gannets – many of these shorebirds nest almost exclusively on the islands you'll be visiting.
The Poor Knights is the second oldest marine reserve in New Zealand, and the sub-tropical environment is now an important conservation area for many species of marine-life.