Join Coromandel Paddle Boarding for a fun scenic SUP tour, following the calm coastal waters to Lonely Bay.
Meet your friendly guide in Flaxmill Bay where the tour begins.
Paddle along the crystal blue waters, following the coast around Shakespear's Cliff, to Lonely Bay, then to the sea cave at Cooks Beach.
The tour finishes at Purangi River and takes between 1.5 to 2 hours depending on fitness and conditions.
This SUP tour allows you to see the area from a different perspective and in a totally sustainable way.
Location: Flaxmill Bay, and the Purangi Reserve in Cooks Beach.
** Free pick up from Ferry Landing can be selected as you proceed through the checkout**
All prices are shown in NZD ($)
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