- Visit Rewa's Village and the Ake Ake Reserve. The village is a working model of a Maori pa; the reserve shows the reinforcements taken by the tribe to ensure their safety. And it's an incredible view.
- The oldest building in New Zealand are in Kerikeri - The Stone Store and The Kerikeri Mission House. Both are restored and available for you to visit. Fascinating!
- Love chocolate? You will LOVE Makana Confections in Kerikeri. Delicious handmade chocolates just waiting for good homes.
- Did you know that when the very first humans set foot on what we now know as New Zealand, there were only two land mammals? Both were bats and still live in small number in the Puketi Forest.
If you want to get back to nature near Kerikeri's beautiful beaches then choose from Jasons' list of Kerikeri camping grounds and holiday parks. Options include camp tent sites, caravan/campervan sites, cabins, self-contained units and motel-style accommodation. Northland 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!