Experience the WHOLE of Waiheke, by sea and land! Start the morning exploring our spectacular coastline with a guided snorkelling tour, followed by a relaxed afternoon off the beaten track, visiting vineyards located down the rugged Eastern End of Waiheke.
Venture over to Waiheke Island and make your own way via local bus or taxi to Waiheke Dive and Snorkel in Oneroa, where you will take part in their PADI Discover Snorkelling Experience – A great way to explore the Waiheke coastline using a mask and snorkel! All your gear is included, so that's your mask, snorkel & wetsuit.
Just imagine - you put your face in the water and see all the marine life. There's fish swimming, starfish making their way across the rocks and crabs darting in and out of their hiding holes.
After your snorkelling you will be picked up by Ananda Tours to discover some of Waiheke's 'off the beaten track' vineyards located amongst the rugged and beautiful landscape found at the Eastern End of Waiheke.
The tour includes tastings at three boutique vineyards, a micro-brewery and an excellent platter lunch.
If you would like to linger a little longer on the island, we can arrange a dinner booking at a venue of your choice or drop off into Oneroa Village and enjoy the evening at leisure.
Why Choose Us
DEPART: 9AM FULLERS FERRY EX-AUCKLAND -
$299 per person
(maximum group size: 10) - Online bookings only.
Includes guided Snorkelling experience, all Snorkelling equipment, tasting charges and platter-style lunch but not your ferry tickets or transport to Waiheke dive.
Note: There are some medical conditions that may prevent you from snorkelling, unless you have clearance from your Doctor. Please check the PADI Snorkeling Liability form, found here, for further details but feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.
Please note that our group tours are not suitable for guests travelling with children under the age of 10 years. If you wish to make a booking, please contact us about a private tour.
You need to be able to swim to take part in this experience. Activities are conducted in English, so understanding of spoken English is also required.