Fuller's one-and-a-half hour tour included a ferry round-trip to and from Waikhko Island. It's a really good overview of the islands, giving us a chance to see many beaches and other islands around us. We stopped at Palm Beach, which was a mile long, and spent about 20 minutes walking around the beach of NGOs in our spare time. You can return to the ferry at the end of the tour or get off at Matiata. The tour company will berth there every hour to pick you up and return to the ferry. There are many beautiful beaches. It seems necessary to drive to them. If you're tired but want to go out, it's an easy trip. The bays and islands are incredibly beautiful!
Here is the sign of Auckland. If you have the privilege of meeting someone with a boat, nothing is better than traveling on water. The skyline in Auckland is very beautiful, especially at night. There are many ferryboats going in all directions, and there are many chartered companies where you can hire boats or yachts. There are car ferries from urban viaducts to rapids. For those who seek excitement, they can fly fast near the harbor by a jet. Very exciting.
Auckland, located in the north-central part of New Zealand's North Island, is New Zealand's largest city and industrial and commercial center with a population of about 1.4 million. The capital of New Zealand was located in Auckland before moving to Wellington, the southern end of the North Island, in 1865. Oakland is actually a isthmus on land, with Waitemata Harbour and Hauraki Gulf on the northeast and Big Bay on the southwest, and Australia across the Tasman Sea. The city is built around the bay, the streets fluctuate according to the mountain situation, green space, street scenery, coastal change at any time, reflecting the unique style of New Zealand coastal cities.
The city is built around the two sides of Waitemata Harbour and Hauraki Gulf. The harbour is excellent, which makes the coastal city of New Zealand unique. New Zealanders own a high proportion of sailing boats and yachts, ranking first in the world, with an average of one in every 2.7 people owning a boat. Therefore, in Auckland, you can see adults and children, will leisurely sail to sea, enjoy life. And the reputation of "the capital of sailing boats" does not wander.
In addition to the above mentioned tourist attractions in Auckland, there is also the famous underwater ocean world, Kelly Tarlton, with a ticket of about 30 NT, about 10 minutes from downtown. There is also Waiheke Island in Hauraki Gulf, which can be reached by ferry from Auckland in about 35 minutes. It has a beautiful coastline of 100 kilometers and a beautiful wine garden.