- The Coromandel Township is famous for being a vibrant, creative community proud of it's goldmining heritage and beautiful surrounds. It also has New Zealand's only narrow gauge railway that travels through regenerating kauri forest.
- You must make a trip to Hot Water Beach where, as the name suggests, hot springs bubbles up through the sand two hours on either side of low tide. You can dig your own personal spa pool!
- Fancy a bush walk? Kauaeranga Valley near Thames has hiking tracks, historic kauri dams and the most beautiful scenery. There is a three-hour walk to the 80-bed Pinnacles Hut and the restored Dancing Camp Dam.
- At Hahei on the East Coast you can surfcast, swim or go boating within the Hahei Marine Reserve. You'll find islands, reefs and
sea caves to explore as well as beautiful Cathedral Cove with its famous rock arch.
If you want to get back to nature near the Coromandels beautiful beaches or lush countryside then choose from Jasons' list of Coromandel camping grounds and holiday parks. Options include camp tent sites, caravan/campervan sites, cabins, self-contained units and motel-style accommodation. Coromandel holiday parks are famous for being a fun and friendly way to get away from it all and you can check availability and book right here on this site!