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Rangitoto Lava Caves

Rangitoto Lava Caves   About15 min walk from the summit of Rangitoto on the eastern side visitors can walk through some of about seven known lava tubes.   These lave tubes are left behind after the passage of liquid lava. The lava tubes are formed when low-viscosity molten lava known as pahoehoe flows and cools…
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Storm petrel back in the Hauraki Gulf

Storm petrel's back in the Hauraki Gulf The New Zealand storm petrel, thought extinct until 2003, has been confirmed breeding on Little Barrier Island/ Hauturu. Teams of researchers camped out over the summer on the Poor Knights Islands, Mokohinau Islands and Little Barrier Island and used radio receivers to zero in on the breeding site.…
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Sea Kayak to Rangitoto at Sunset

Sea Kayak to Rangitoto at Sunset / Night Why we get such amazing sunsets? A Sea Kayak to Rangitoto at sunset is one of the only ways to see Auckland's amazing skyline at Sunset. During the Spring / Summer and Autumn months the nights are long and the sunset's are picture perfect. Why do we…
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Rangitoto kayak sunrise

Rangitoto Kayak at Sunrise Sunrise sea kayaking especially to Rangitoto has become popular at Auckland Sea Kayaks. The mornings in Auckland provide calm, windless kayaking conditions. As we paddle to Rangitoto there is normally no other boats in sight.
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NZ Herald Sea Kayaking

NZ Herald Sea Kayaking NZ Herald ( New Zealand largest news paper) has recently run an article on Auckland Sea Kayaks 2 Day Sea Kayak Tour in Auckland. Click HERE to read article    
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