Join us on a 20-day photography tour showcasing the best landscapes New Zealand’s North Island has to offer. This tour offers excellent opportunities for long exposure photography, wild coastlines, waterfalls, volcanic activity, mountains, lush forest, stunning lakes, geysers and much more.
We will travel extensively from Auckland, firstly to the Coromandel Peninsula, where serene beauty, calmness and colour awaits in one of the best locations for long exposure photography.
Following this, we will also visit many of the most magnificent volcanic landscapes of New Zealand, including the World Heritage Tongariro National Park, White Island (one of the world’s most active volcanoes) and Mt Taranaki, arguably the country’s most shapely mountain before looping back around to Auckland and heading further North.
Historically, Northland was the main hub for activity in New Zealand and to date retains numerous remarkable landmarks: Russell - the former capital; the Treaty of Waitangi grounds are the home of modern New Zealand; giant sand dunes created by Volcanoes; the meeting place of the Pacific Ocean and Tasman Sea and magnificent native Kauri forest.