beautiful Bay of Islands in New Zealand offers some wonderful
chances to cruise around picturesque waters and none more
so than on the Cream Trip or the Hole-in-the-Rock Cruise.
through New Zealand's finest marine park is an adventure
in itself - and an amazing way to spend your holiday
- with more than 140 islands dotting the seascape.
cruise aboard the luxury catamaran from either
Paihia or Russell on some of the most popular cruises in
the Bay of Islands.
the way you'll see secluded islands, yachting folk enjoying
stunning freedom to anchor anywhere they like and (hopefully)
Hole-in-the-Rock Cruise's high-speed catamaran is an ultra-modern vessel that will speed
you out to deep waters off the Cape Brett Lighthouse and
to Motukokako Island (also known as Piercy Island) and its Hole in the Rock.
The island is regarded as the most important land area for conservation in the Bay of Islands as it is in near pristine condition with no evidence of introduced animals.
Captain Cook named it Piercy Island in honour of one of Britain's Lords of the Admiralty.
lighthouse makes for terrific pictures and the view of the
Hole in the Rock will blow you away.
The 18-metre hole was created over hundreds of years by wind and waves which have carved one one of the most naturally beautiful sites in New Zealand.
is huge and if the seas are right you can wend your way
through it for an awesome travel experience.
the way back to either Paihia or Russell you'll stop over
Island for a 1.5 hour break. As if you need to take
a break after such a great journey.