How To Spend One Awesome Day In Auckland
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How To Spend One Awesome Day In Auckland

Wild Kiwi Team
By Wild Kiwi Team
on  March 14, 2018

Auckland is a city with an incredible atmosphere. Whether you want to pack in as many activities as possible or take things at a slightly more leisurely pace, we’re certain that you’ll fall head over heels for this spectacular city during your Wild Kiwi Tour.

Soak In Stunning Panoramic Views Of The City

If spectacular views are your thing, you’re probably going to want to visit both of these stunning city vantage points. Mount Eden is Auckland’s tallest natural structure and this dormant volcano is guaranteed to provide you with some pretty special views of the city. Why not go in early in the morning and watch the city wake up.

At 328m, the Sky Tower is Australasia’s tallest building. Seeing the sunset from the Sky Tower is incredibly picturesque. And there’s also a restaurant up there, so why not dine among the stars!

 

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Explore Auckland’s History And Culture On Your Wild Kiwi Tour

Auckland’s art galleries and museums are well worth a visit. Auckland Museum is a firm favourite, offering a detailed look at the wider Māori culture of New Zealand. Auckland Museum also contains more than 1000 taonga, which are important objects varying from an original meeting house to smaller precious artefacts.

Get Active In Auckland

From kayaking to nearby Rangitoto Island, to adrenaline-inducing canyoning adventures and serene walking trails through waterfalls and the native bush, there are plenty of opportunities to get active in this bustling city.

After Sundown

The adventures don’t end when night falls! Explore Auckland’s lively night markets, which are full of food, stalls, and live music before making your way to the Stardome Planetarium for a stargazing extravaganza that will see you learning all about the constellations of the Southern Hemisphere.

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