Auckland Harbour Bridge Climb
Join your AJ Hackett Bungy Auckland crew directly at Westhaven Reserve, Curran St Extension, Herne Bay, Auckland, to commence an Auckland Bridge Climb. Lasting for 2.5 hours, this tour will have you wondering whether to look at your feet or focus on the spectacular views. And of course it also gets you up close and personal with the Bungy Jumping action. Custom engineered walkways provide a safe, stylish and enjoyable experience while gently curving arches ensure this easy-going walk is suitable for all ages. Tour concludes approximately 2.5 hours after commencement, back at the Maritime Museum or at Westhaven Reserve.
Auckland City Tour
Travel through the city centre, past iconic Karangahape Road and the stylish suburb of Ponsonby, and over the Auckland Harbour Bridge, enjoying views of the Hauraki Gulf and city skyline. Visit the Viaduct Harbour, home to America's Cup racing for many years, and the central city's main road Queen Street, before continuing to the Auckland Domain. Developed around an extinct volcano, the Domain features 75 hectares of open spaces, tropical gardens, duck ponds and public art, and is home to the Auckland War Memorial Museum. The tour continues to historic Parnell Village, where you can explore this boutique shopping area during an afternoon tea stop. Next, travel the stunning waterfront route of Tamaki Drive to Michael Joseph Savage Memorial Park, above Mission Bay. Named after one of New Zealand's greatest and most popular Prime Ministers, the park, with its formal gardens and tranquil atmosphere, offers a panoramic outlook over the picturesque Eastern Bays, Auckland city and the Waitemata Harbour.
Auckland City Sights Tour and Harbour Cruise
Get to know Auckland, City of Sails, with a half-day city highlights tour followed by a Hauraki Gulf harbour cruise.
Travel from the central city out to the Arataki Visitors Centre, doorway to the Waitakere Ranges. From its sweeping decks take in the breathtaking panoramic views extending from the Tasman Sea to the Pacific Ocean and absorb the area's history while admiring the magnificent traditional Maori carvings that stand guard. Continue further west with the knowledgeable and highly experienced guides to the wild and rugged West Coast and experience the power of nature; feel the black sand beneath the feet while strolling along one of the most awe-inspiring beaches the world has to offer, then unwind by a beautiful cascading waterfall. A short journey brings clients to lush rainforest where they walk the easy bush tracks amongst New Zealand's giant tree ferns. Hear native birds before visiting a magnificent specimen of NZ's famous Kauri trees.