The Hokianga offers such a wide range of places to visit and things to see and do that the possible itineraries are almost limitless.
When the adjacent areas of Kaipara, Bay of Islands and the Far North are added there are many possible one and two day itineraries, so many that we have not attempted to list them all. The Hokianga is the ideal base to do all your exploring from.
Instead what we have done is listed attractions and activities by interest groups and suggested how some of them might be combined into short itineraries.
The choice is yours. This simple four step process will help you plan your itinerary.
1. Choose the type of attraction or activity that interests you
Tane Mahuta in the Waipoua Forest, one of the giant Kauri trees that are the remnants of once extensive forests that covered much of the North of New Zealand.
The great pleasure of exploring the Hokianga area is that there are no time pressures. You can do as much or as little as your mood takes you. And you don't have to compete with crowds of other visitors.