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Photography Holidays came about from clients who were new to the Coromandel and wanted to experience the area as well as develop their photography. The Coromandel Peninsula is a beautiful and unique part of New Zealand and has many places to explore that are not on standard tourist track. We can design an itinerary that gives you a chance to experience the best we have to offer with a tailored photography experience. We would be happy to guide you on some of these amazing experiences. Some ideas you maybe interested in.


The Coromandel Coastal Walkway - a three hour one way walk at the far end of the Coromandel on roads hire car companies won't insure for. Stunning views of Great Barrier Island and amazing night skies - perfect for an overnight camp.

The Pinnacles - walk in stunning native bush in the Kaueranga Valley, stay overnight in a purpose built cabin and rise early to capture the first rays of light over the Coromandel Forest.

Matarangi Spit - one of our local beaches and a beautiful beach and a haven for local birdlife and backs onto the Whangapoua Harbour

New Chum Beach (Wainuioto) - once voted one of the top beaches in the world. A beautiful and isolated beach and a great place to swim.

Arts Tour - the Coromandel has long been a haven for artists and is home of the Mercury Bay Art Escape. We can arrange a custom tour of galleries and artists in their workshops.


Driving Creek Railway - visit the historic Coromandel Town and travel on the unique Driving Creek Railway. Built by a local artist for his clay, its archetypal New Zealand.

Hot Water Beach - dig your own hot pool in the sands at low tide on a beautiful surf beach.

Hauraki Rail Trail - 135km of purpose built cycle trails following easy routes through the Coromandel moutains onto the Hauraki Plains. Try one day or multiple days.

Cathedral Cove - an iconic location accessible only on foot, boat or kayak, famous Cathedral Cove is one of the “must visit” sites on The Coromandel.

The Coromandel is a prime fishing destination and there are a number of wonderful golf courses close to Kuaotunu as well as other activities.

We have bikes you can use as well as kayaks - we are happy to take you out on tour or even a early fishing trip to see what we can find for dinner!