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Auckland’s Dolphin & Whale Safari Experiences

New Sunset & Wildlife Cruise Added To Auckland’s Dolphin & Whale Safari Experiences

Auckland, New Zealand …. Auckland’s Dolphin & Whale Safari now departs from downtown Auckland Viaduct Harbour twice each day, 9.30am and 4.00pm. One of New Zealand’s most successful marine wildlife cruises the new evening option is ideally timed for Auckland itineraries. An outstanding experience with knowledgeable crew both Day and Evening Cruises are the most comprehensive gulf explorations.

Auckland’s Dolphin & Whale Safari introduces visitors to Auckland’s world-class marine park, the Hauraki Gulf, with over 22 species of marine mammals recorded. Evening passengers can see the best of the cityscape in daylight, discover Auckland’s marine environment and enjoy BBQ on board then take in sunset over the city, experience an on-harbour view of the city lights and return to nightlife-hub the Viaduct Harbour. Contact Explore NZ www.explore.co.nz

Auckland’s Dolphin & Whale Safari – outstanding experience
 One of New Zealand’s most successful marine wildlife cruises
 Hauraki Gulf marine park, recognised world-wide
 Over 22 species of marine mammals recorded
 Comprehensive gulf exploration and experiences with knowledgeable crew


Auckland’s Dolphin & Whale Safari – essential details
 Two choices every day, daytime or evening cruises
 Departure times 9.30am and 4.00pm
 Departs from Viaduct Harbour, downtown Auckland
 BBQ lunch or BBQ dinner included
 Day cruise island stop-over and when conditions permit, swimming with dolphins
 Most stable and comfortable whale watching vessel in New Zealand
 Cruise aboard luxury 20m high-speed catamaran

Two cruises every day provides two choices for your Auckland itinerary
 Day cruise 9.30AM – 3.30PM including BBQ lunch, possible dolphin swim
 Sunset cruise 4.00PM – 8.30PM including BBQ dinner


Group Activity:
Auckland’s Dolphin & Whale Safari including BBQ lunch or dinner is the perfect activity for groups and tour series. Interactive wildlife viewing, comprehensive gulf cruise, knowledgeable crew and space to relax on board. Exclusive charter options (Up to 100 people). Enquire for group rates.

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