Experience the volcanic Kermadec Islands north of Tauranga

Opportunities to get to the Kermedec Islands are rare. There are four islands within the Kermadec group and all are the summits of huge undersea volcanoes situated along the western edge of the Kermadec Trench, part of the Pacific Ring of Fire. The New Zealand government has maintained a weather station on the island since 1938. The introduced plants and animals left behind by early setllers had a significant impact on the island's ecosystem but now an ambitious conservation program is in place. Bird numbers and diversity is increasing. An extensive Marine Reserve protects the unique marine ecosystem surrounding these islands - providing amazing diving & snorkelling opportunities.

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Business hours
    8.30am - 5pm
Months of operation
    Mar, Apr

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