New Zealand is widely spread and has more than 9,000 miles of coast and hundreds of pristine beaches. From rough, stony shores to offbeat black and white sands, turquoise lagoons to turbulent surf, natural hot springs to vast dunes, there’s a beach for every personality in the land of the Kiwis. Whether you are looking for adventure or relaxation, we will guide with the best options to choose from in New Zealand.
New Chums Beach, Coromandel Peninsula
Located in the scenic Coromandel Peninsula on New Zealand’s North Island, New Chums Beach is less crowded yet a tranquil land to enjoy your peaceful beach getaway. Surrounded by white sand and clear blue water, the beach looks like a paradise. Getting in there could be challenge for you as one has to hike for almost an hour through the dense palm forest, and then wade through a shallow lagoon to finally reach to the beach. Little hectic but worth the sweat!
Hot Water Beach, Coromandel Peninsula
Hot water beach located in the Coromandel Peninsula is a mineral rich water body that is good for health also. At the southern end of the beach, there happens to be a naturally heated water bubbles that emerges through silky olden sands and creating a natural spa during the summer season.
Awaroa Beach, Abel Tasman National Park, Nelson
Sited inside Abek Tasman National Prak, Awaroa beach is famous for its seclusion and can only be reached by walking across the Awaroa inlet or by water taxi or by seaplane, during the low water tide. Surrounded by the turquoise water, dense forest and bright shining sand, Awaroa is a photographer’s dream
Koekohe Beach, Otago Coast
Koekohe Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in New Zealand. Take a dip in its cool crystalline waters, enjoy sunbathing over its soft sand or hike up to its viewing platform to experience the most stunning views of the entire beach.
Onetangi Beach, Waiheke Island
Not just wineries, craft breweries, restaurants and cafés, Waiheke Island is also famous for housing some of the finest beaches in New Zealand and Onetangi is one of them. Stretched over 3- mile long, the beach boasts shallow water and golden sand which creates a perfect setting to enjoy a peaceful time on the beach.
Bream Bay, Whangarei
Offering something to every kind of traveler, Bream Bay is an excellent beach spot to enjoy picnic with your family and friends. There is even a campsite tucked behind the sand dunes towards the northern end of the bay along with number of beachfront accommodations for a perfect night stay at the beach.
Allans Beach: Dunedin, South Island
A drive to the outskirts of Dunedin takes you to the number of beaches flooded with wildlife. Allans Beach is among the remotest yet the prettiest of all. Surrounded by the jagged cliffs and bright green moss, the beach remains less crowded and perfect to enjoy some serene ambience.
Ninety Mile Beach: Cape Reinga, North Island
The longest stretch of sand in New Zealand, Ninety Mile Beach is lined with big sand dunes, piney forests and clear blue water. Swim or surf at the southern end at Ahipara, Ninety Mile Beach is simply perfect to choose. The region also hosts annual five-day surfcasting competition in the end of the February.
New Zealand has over 15,000km of pleasing, pristine beaches with crystal clear water for you to enjoy. Each area of New Zealand has something to offer to you. Book your New Zealand Holiday Package now and get the best travel experience. Lets us help you with everything. Call/whatsapp at 990980980 to get your every travel query answered.