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North Island glamping:
What you need to know

Why Choose Glamping on North Island?

New Zealand's land has been carved out over millions of years by glaciers and volcanoes, which has created a dramatic landscape perfect for glamping adventures. The North Island is no exception to that statement. Here you will find active volcanoes, Pacific island sanctuaries, famous movie sets, and rich Maori history. 

There are the Northland and the Bay of Islands with remarkable coastlines and stunning vistas. In Auckland, North Island you will find a cultural melting pot of food, wine, music, and art, with easy day trips to black sand beaches and volcanic cones. 

The Coromandel peninsula is one of the best places to go in New Zealand and is known for its pristine beaches with plenty of activities and attractions like fishing, hiking, diving, and more! Get out of the cities and off the beaten path and your exploring will bring you to the country’s heartland with lush forests, dramatic mountains, and steep gorges. 

Top Things to Do on North Island

After you’ve finished exploring cities like Auckland, Wellington, or Napier, make sure to check out some of these awesome North Island experiences. Get a different perspective of Auckland when you get out on the waters of the Hauraki Gulf. You can cruise, sail, or kayak around the many islands including the Rangitoto Volcano and Waiheke Island. 

Tongariro National Park was where the ‘Lord of the Rings trilogy’ was filmed and is home to one of the world’s best day hikes, the Tongariro Alpine Crossing. Below ground, these rocky outcroppings look like they belong to another planet. Comprised of a labyrinth of limestone caves, the walls are lined with glow worms and can be explored on a guided walk or boat tour. The North Island is also a great place for a road trip with the whole family! 

The Northland’s Twin Coast Highway traces kilometres of beaches and hidden harbours, finally reaching the secluded Cape Reinga, also known as Te Rerenga Wairua. Rotorua, in the central part of the North Island, has a volcanic landscape like nowhere else and is worth a visit if only for the Te Puai bubbling mud pools and the colourful ponds of the Pohutu Geyser. But, while you’re there, take advantage of the amazing spa and wellness services the city has also become known for.

When is the Best Time to Visit North Island?

Isolated in the Southwest Pacific, New Zealand weather can be fairly unpredictable and you may very well get all four seasons in one trip. With seasons opposite to the Northern Hemisphere, most people visit during the summer which is December through February. Summer on the North Island is warm and bustling with temps ranging from 20-24⁰C (68-75⁰F). 

March, April, and May are great months for hiking with fewer crowds and cooler temps around 17-22⁰C (62-71⁰F). Even in the winter, you can still spend time outside! The North Island is home to great winter hiking as well as ski and snowboard trails. Winter temperatures stay around 11-15⁰C (51-59⁰F).

Where is the best place to glamp on North Island?

There are many excellent places to go glamping on North Island, making it difficult to narrow it down. However, a visit to places like Napier, Taupo, or Raglan are great places to start when exploring New Zealand’s North Island.

Is there glamping with a hot tub on North Island?

There are some excellent glamping options on New Zealand’s North Island that also offer luxurious hot tubs. This is the perfect way to enjoy a glamping trip, all whilst immersing yourself in a little luxury. 

Is there dog-friendly glamping on North Island?

If you’re hoping to visit New Zealand’s North Island with your furry companion, you’re in luck! There are some excellent dog-friendly glamping types providing the perfect way to explore the island with your furry companion.

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