Rent a car and drive to the west of Auckland. Go to the Visitor centre first and decide which one you will do. Half an hour to the fall. One hour a return.
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Worth it just for the trek itself - a nice loop through the native bush that brings you to a stunning waterful. Can get quite busy.
The parking was a bit difficult to find but in the end we found it. As in all Kauri forests in NZ we first had to clean our shoes. The walking path was well prepared, although the signposts could be a bit clearer for those...More
Some of the best Nikua Palm forest to walk in in NZ. Well laid out track and you can do a loop at the end. might get you feet wet after heavy rain but otherwise easy track.
The walk was enjoyable and not too hard. The website said its accessible for wheelchairs. I don't think so. The falls are great. Soooo high and the water in April was fairly chilly. But a good walk and great to get outside in nature.
While visiting Waitakere Ranges, after checking out the black sand beaches and Lions Rock, we hiked to KiteKite falls. You get a beautiful view about halfway to the top. It took us about 1.5 to get to the top and back to the car at...More
Nice walk and great to get there. Easy walk. good local terrain/. Accessible right form Piha parking area.
Don't miss out this walk and the waterfalls when you go to Piha. It's one of the places I show to all my friends when they visit me. About 30-45 minute walk to the waterfalls. Easy and relaxed walking. Go for it and not only...More
Really enjoyed Kitekite falls. This was the first waterfall we visited in NZ. The walk was a little longer than we thought it would be but it was worth it. It looks beautiful from far away and even better at the base. Walking there I...More
The day we walked was a bit rainy, but the scenery is just stunningly beautiful! Because of the wet weather, some areas of the trails were a bit slippery. It's a bit of an uphill climb but I'm 60 and I was able to manage...More