Carino Wildlife Cruises

Bay of Islands
All year round

Island and wildlife cruises

Immerse yourself in the beauty and wonder of the Bay of Islands during this island and wildlife day cruise. Watch dolphins, penguins and seabirds in their natural habitat, stop at a beach on a island sanctuary for an hour or so for exploring, snorkeling, walking and relaxing. With deep blue waters, vivid green islands and diverse wildlife, there is no better way to experience the Bay of Islands than on a spacious 50ft sailing catamaran!



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Carino Wildlife Cruises


Pier 5 the Paihia Wharf
Marsden Rd


09 402 8040



To get from Auckland to Paihia, Bay of Islands: Take State Highway 1 north out of Auckland. (This is the main North/South Motorway that runs through Auckland.) At Kawakawa you turn on to state highway 11, stay on this into Paihia. The Paihia Wharf is in the middle of the small township and is easy to spot on your right hand side as you drive into town.


All Day Car park is one block back from waterfront, on Williams Rd.


Before you make any booking, you must tell them if you (including all participants in your booking) suffer from any illness, disease or other mobility or medical condition which may make it impracticable or unsafe for you or other passengers to participate in the tour, or if you think you could be affected by adverse sea and weather conditions.

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