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Auckland to Waitomo Caves Private Tours

Our Auckland to Waitomo Full Day Private Luxury Tour Starts at a time suitable to you. Our driver will collect

you in one of our luxury vehicles from your Auckland accommodation or cruise ship.

Highlights:

On the 2 & 1/2 hour drive south, we follow the Waikato River through the rich, rolling farmland of the Waikato

region. We pass through a string of small, historic river towns, including Ngaruawahia, site of the famous

Turangawaewae Marae (traditional Maori meeting place) and seat of Aotearoa's (New Zealand's) Maori King.

We also pass by the impressive volcano Mount Pirongia along the way during the our Tour from Auckland.

Waitomo is an amazing natural wonderland which offers a vast range of unique sights and experiences.

Optionaly, on the way we can add a visit to nearby Kiwi House in Otorohanga, where you can see the Kiwi,

our national bird and emblem, as well as many of our flora and fauna.

We can also arrange further our options (additional cost) to cater for your particular preferences and abilities

and to create your own special Waitomo experience. These can be:

Black water rafting, where you'll float, walk and swim along underground waterways on a big, inflated tube.

This is for the more adventurous but is great fun!
Ruakuri Cave: Experience the ultimate longest under ground cavin. Ruakuri Cave features amazing cave

formations and underground secrets. You can enjoy a guided tour on foot.
The Ruakuri Cave's cave tour offers a comprehensive cave experience due to its size and diversity.

Winding passageways, vast echoing caverns, deep crevices and the distant thunder of subterranean

waterfalls bring a different energy and character to Ruakuri Cave. Be led along narrow corridors and across

low-lit walkways suspended high above the river, sometimes glimpsing the black water rafters on the Huhunui

River below.

Tours of Ruakuri Cave take around two hours and offer Waitomo's longest guided walking tour along 1.6km

of cave passages where visitors marvel at the interesting formations in this living work of nature.

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