Step aboard the Aquador and experience the magical underwater world of the Goat Island Marine Reserve from a completely new perspective!
Experience the thriving ecosystem of New Zealand’s first marine reserve through our glass bottom boat on our 45-minute fully commentated “around the island” tour.
Located just 1 hour north of Auckland, Goat Island enjoys lush fauna, sandy beaches and flourishing reefs.
Learn about the fascinating bird and marine life, as well as the history and preservation of this unique and protected area.
Have your camera at the ready as dolphins, orcas, whales and sharks sometimes make an appearance as they migrate through the reserve.
A fun and memorable eco tourism adventure suitable for guests of all ages.
Duration: 45 Minutes
Departure: From the beach at Goat Island Marine Reserve
Check in: On the beach, 30 minutes prior to departure
Location: Just 80 km north of Auckland
All prices are shown in NZD ($)
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