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All reviews volcanic rock lava fields day trip summit track crater rim tractor tour great hike lots of water bring water ferry ride walking shoes takes about an hour fullers ferry worth the climb auckland city walk up well worth the effort
How many people can say they walked up a volcano? Okay maybe a few-but this is a great walk. You will need walking shoes with good grip, but the paths are good. Not a lot in the way of facilities, so use the bathrooms at...More
My friend and I visited on a Saturday. $36 for a return ferry trip to the island. We spent approx 3 hours there and did the summit track, did the lava caves and a general wandering of the popular areas. It was quiet and the...More
I have done this day trip a few times over the years and enjoy the ferry ride over and the gorgeous views from the ferry as well as the top of the volcano. It's an interesting hike with lots to see and learn.
I hiked this island with my two 20 year old sons, and we loved it. It is a short ferry boat ride from the Aukland pier. The weather was slightly overcast, but cleared up as the morning went on. Make sure that you check the...More
We took a mid-morning ferry and did the classics hike to the top of the island. The trail is clearly marked and fairly steep especially at the top. No facilities on the island so do be sure to bring enough water especially in warmer months!...More
Rangitoto is the youngest Volcano in NZ and is one of the pest free islands. It starts off with catching a ferry to reach the place. Please bear in mind that you have to take your own food and water as there is none available...More
If I had the opportunity again I would probably choose something else. It’s great if the enjoyment is the hike in remote location not far from city, but the effort in comparison to the what you actually view on the summit was disappointing. Not like...More
Every year I try to make at least one visit to Rangitoto because it is just such a beautiful, tranquil, pristine place to be. And those views! The walk to the top delivers fantastic views and it isn’t too strenuous. There’s nowhere like the summit...More
We took the Fullers ferry out to Rangitoto, making sure to clean our shoes first so as not to take any pests across...make sure you follow the signs in this.
The ferry ride was fab, quick, with gorgeous views. We then boarded the tractor tour,...More
Response from 1962Eduardo | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely! You will have enough time to climb to the summit and return to the pier if your pace is slow. With a brisk pace you would get to the small beach at the other side of the island beyond the crater, and return to... More
Absolutely! You will have enough time to climb to the summit and return to the pier if your pace is slow. With a brisk pace you would get to the small beach at the other side of the island beyond the crater, and return to the pier in time to get to the ferry.