Encompassing 144 islands between Cape Brett and the Purerua Peninsula, this network of drowned-valleys, located on the northern tip of New Zealand is is known not only for its beauty but its history, culture and the incredible activities on offer. Gear up for a trip of cultural education and adrenaline overloading, it is no wonder this destination is a favourite at Original Travel. Captain Cook dropped anchor off the Bay of Islands in 1769 and then went on to name the region, making it the first area in New Zealand to be settled by Europeans. Turns out, the good Captain knew more than to stop at a place just for its looks,
as the waters surrounding the network of islands are, to this day, famous for big game fishing. The area is all about big experiences and once in a lifetime experiences, our tailor-made trips are the perfect way to make sure you don't miss out on anything.

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