"Your trip will take you from the Taupo Marina along the northern shores of Lake Taupo and on to Wharewaka Point (4 mile bay). From here we cross the main bay of Tapuaeharuru out to Rangatira Point and on to beautiful Mine Bay where we will see the famous but must hold a valid Taupo fishing license (see Additional Info for more details).The Lake is 25 miles (40 km) long 18 miles (30 km) wide and 610 feet (186 m) at its deepest point. The surface area is 388 square miles (625 square km). Many hot water areas can be seen along the northern and southern ends of the lake and a natural hot water beach runs along the lake fro we return back to the Lake Taupo Boat Harbor.""""Daily Scenic Cruises – Maori Rock Carvings Our daily departing Scenic Cruises leave from the Taupo Boat Harbour on the Cruise Cat. You’ll enjoy cruising in comfort and style aboard a launch with fabulous views from both the top and bottom decks. and there are large outdoor decks to enjoy close up views of the Maori Rock Carvings. Children are welcome
12000ft Skydive"On the day of you skydive you will arrive in style in the free limo or drive yourself to the drop-zone. Upon your arrival the wonderful reservations team will walk you through check-in and your safety briefing. After you have chosen your video and photo options it’s time to gear up and meet your Tandem Instructor. You are almost ready to board the plane but before you do your tandem Instructor will film an interview with you which will appear on your chosen video option. The scenic flight to altitude takes around 20 minutes. You will get to see the stunning views below of the great Lake Taupo
"No matter which combo you choose for your fun-filled multi-thrill experience of the North Island’s natural spoils rest assured you will have the time of your life. With knowledgeable friendly and professional guides you’ll see all angles of Taupo
Most people head for the ski fields of Whakapapa. However, don't forget your golf clubs, as there is a very pleasant golf course in Turangi, 4km from Lake Taupo on its southern side. It is very near...