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A perfect day is the trip we went on.
That is also the best description.... no wait it wasn't perfect it was better than perfect! 😊The whole experience was just so well organized. The crew were 110% great. The trip is one to cross the...More
Took our adult kids out for the day and had a wonderful time. Have travelled to many countries and snorkled but still feel the Poor Knights is the best. Lots and lots of fish to see even if you can't dive down. Visibility is nearly...More
Poor Knights Islands have some amazing diving. Water temps are in mid-60s (15 to 17C) in October - bring gloves if you have them as the local dive operations may not rent them. Lots of different species of fish, lovely nudibranchs and other colorful invertebrates,...More
The Poor Knights are truly amazing. A wonderful marine reserve with some much colour and action. Fish everywhere, as well as loads of other marine life. It is beautiful. I would highly recommend even just snorkelling. And make sure you visit the Rikoriko sea cave.
The Poor nights is one of my all time favourite places to go, the fish are huge and plentiful, great for swimming, diving and snorkeling (no fishing as it is a marine reserve) be sure to check out the massive cave!
WOW ! What an amazing trip ! There is so much under water life , heaps of colourful fish . I had a few breath taking moments it was just so stunning ! The crew on board were very friendly and helped with getting snorkelling...More
The Poor nights is a fantastic group of islands off the Tutukaka coast. It is a reserve so you can't go on shore or even anchor to land. However, the trip out and tootling around the islands is fantastic, with very clear waters and an...More
Yes, lots of boats will take you out there and there is no compulsion to swim, although you might change your mind when you see how cool and easy it is. Did you mean are there boats that leave early afternoon? I don't... More
Yes, lots of boats will take you out there and there is no compulsion to swim, although you might change your mind when you see how cool and easy it is. Did you mean are there boats that leave early afternoon? I don't think there are, I think they all leave in the morning, but a bit of googling will prove me right or wrong.