Discover the magical underwater world of Goat Island Marine Reserve and snorkel amongst a vast array of fascinating marine life!
Goat Island, just 1 hour north of Auckland, is New Zealand’s first marine reserve and boasts dark, sandy beaches, flourishing reefs and lush fauna.
Hire our snorkel gear and explore this thriving ecosystem by getting up close to reefs and swimming amongst the marine life.
Keep an eye out for Monkey Face and Charlie Lip – the reserves famous snappers who measure in at a massive 1 metre long!
Check in: On the beach, Goat Island Marine Reserve, Leigh, 10 minutes prior to departure
Location: Just 80 km north of Auckland
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