Campervan Traveling Through the Best Kayaking Spots in Auckland

If you seek for sea kayaking adventures, then New Zealand is the best place to go, especially in the region of Auckland. To make your traveling easier and more comfortable towards your sea kayaking destination, you might consider hiring a campervan. Traveling with a campervan offers you all your needs – from a relaxing seat to a hassle free exploration.

One of the best kayak locations in Auckland is the Hauraki Gulf. In fact, it is a sea kayaking playground for several kayakers out there. In the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park, you could feast your eyes with more than fifty beautiful islands. These islands are kept nice and clean by the Department of Conservation. And because of that, it keeps attracting more and more kayakers.

Rangitoto Island

Rangitoto Island is one of the favorite destinations of sea kayakers. It is the largest and youngest volcanic cone/crater in the Auckland volcanic field. Sea kayakers are enchanted by its unique charm. It has a wonderful seascape and once you step your foot in there, you would feel like entering a portal of another world. Aside from sea kayaking, you would be able to see several flora and fauna in the island. In fact, it is a botanical gem. If you want to feel the awesomeness of nature, Rangitoto Island could take your breath away.

Motukorea

Motukorea is also known as Browns Island. If you want to be near the main land, you could maneuver your campervan towards Browns Island. Sea kayakers would also love this place as it has a great landing spot. It has stunning preserved volcanoes located in the Auckland volcanic field. Its well-shaped crater never stops amazing foreign and local visitors. You could then have your sea kayaking at its north eastern part, at the Crater bay. After kayaking, you could explore the island and see for yourself the endangered plant called Euphorbia glauca and the endangered New Zealand dotterel. However, you are not allowed to camp in the island. You could drive your campervan towards St. Heleirs, Bucklands and Kohimaramara in finding great launch locations.

Motuihe Island

Another great kayaking spot in Auckland is the Motuihe Island. It is the home of several wild animals like the kiwi, bellbirds, saddleback, shore skinks, rare birds and the endangered New Zealand dotterel. It is everyone’s favorite since you could see the richness of nature. It has the best beaches in the Hauraki Gulf wherein you could explore the place with a kayak. If you want to camp in the island, you should maneuver your campervan towards its north western part.

Indeed, kayaking is a very enjoyable sport. You’ve got to explore the sea and its surroundings. If you want to have this sea kayaking experience, plan your next travel destination in Auckland, New Zealand and explore the place at best with a campervan.

 

Jack Kent

About Jack Kent

Jack Kent loves the outdoors and nothing is more enjoyable than driving his Britz campervan around the North and South islands of New Zealand. When Jack isn't driving his motorhome around, he is drinking beers with his mates, mountain biking through country New Zealand and blogging about what New Zealand has to offer.

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