Paihia: Cream Trip (Day in the Bay Cruise) Full Day Tour
- 8 Hours
- 8 Hours
- On request
In 1927, Albert Ernest Fuller acquired a delivery route around the Bay of Islands known as the Cream Trip. Locals and visitors began to come along for the ride, and tourism in the Bay of Islands was born. Today guests can still follow the original Cream Trip route, delivering mail and supplies to island residents and enjoying the best of the Bay on a relaxed day-long cruise. This is the perfect cruise for nature lovers, and the most extensive historical cruise offered in the Bay of Islands. Enjoy stunning views of the islands as you travel out through the islands, making deliveries on our way. On arrival at Cape Brett Lighthouse, the farthest post of the original Cream Trip, go through the stunning Hole in the Rock at Motukokako Island. You'll also see the impressive Black Rocks and Marsden Cross, where the first Christian sermon in New Zealand was held in 1814. Perhaps see dolphins in their natural environment -- it's a life-changing experience! Spend some time at Otehei Bay on Urupukapuka island - relax on the beach, head up to the viewing point for a breathtaking outlook, and grab a snack at the island's cafe. Ninety years on, the Cream Trip cruise is still the best way to see the Bay.
Duration: 8 Hours
Departs: 9:30 a.m. - Returns: 4:15 p.m.