Natural Feature

Rangitoto Island

155 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Cathy
Cathy
June 27, 2021
Ferry ride, Walks, interesting volcanic topography
Ariane
Ariane
January 7, 2021
Have you ever watched the sunset and had a BBQ on Rangitoto island? Auckland’s most iconic island, Rangitoto is a dormant volcanic cone that sits just off the coast from the central city. Take a short ferry from the city to walk to the summit for spectacular views, or glide across the harbour via…
Alec
Alec
May 8, 2021
A dormant volcano island just off the harbour from Auckland. A short ferry ride away for an incredible adventure.
Ric
Ric
June 22, 2021
A short ferry ride and about an hour's hike to the summit of Auckland youngest volcano, for magnificent views across the harbour and city!
Simone
Simone
November 5, 2019
This is a lovely way to spend a calm overcast to clearing day. you need to BYO water and food. Climb up the island for a breathtaking 360 degree view.
Barry & Bryony
Barry & Bryony
May 14, 2021
Fun day trip - catch a ferry from downtown Auckland and walk up the volcano. Amazing views back to Auckland city. Take a picnic or snack, plus water, sunblock and a jacket.

Rangitoto Island by Airbnb Experiences

Get to know this iconic landmark through Airbnb Experiences, small group activities led by locals
Walking a volcano with photoshoot!
  1. Photoshoot
  2. 1.5 hours
From Price:$113 CAD/person

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Location
Auckland, 1010