Flights to Kerikeri

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What are the best things to do in Kerikeri?

Kerikeri River Track

The Kerikeri River Track is a scenic spot just north of the city. It’s made up of four interconnecting walking trails that border the Kerikeri River. Enjoy a portion of the Kerikeri River Track, or tackle all four trails, which add up to 10.8 kilometres (6.7 miles) total. It takes visitors holidaying on flights to Kerikeri through a beautiful native forest, five waterfalls, and several other local landmarks like the Stone Store, Kemp House, and Wairoa Stream.

Aroha Island

Although this spot is called Aroha Island, it’s actually part of the mainland and is only a 15 minute drive from the CBD. It’s a great place to experience nature in between return flights to Kerikeri, with walking tracks making their way through forest and mangroves. Aroha Island is also a bird sanctuary that’s home to a variety of native birds. Aroha Island is your best bet if you’re hoping to catch sight of the elusive brown kiwi while holidaying on flights to Kerikeri. Visitors can enjoy evening walks through the sanctuary for a good opportunity of spotting one.

Waitangi Treaty Grounds

Step into one of NZ’s most important historical sites when you book cheap flights to Kerikeri. The Waitangi Treaty Grounds are about 20 minutes from central Kerikeri by car. The grounds are famous as the spot where the Treaty of Waitangi was signed in 1840. The British Crown and Maori chiefs signed the treaty, coming to an agreement that New Zealand would become a British colony, but Maori landowners could retain rights over their land. Learn about this historical event and the forming of New Zealand through exhibits, guided tours, and Maori cultural performances.

 

When is the best time to visit Kerikeri?

The majority of attractions in Kerikeri and the Bay of Islands are located outside and based around nature. Make the most of these sights by booking tickets to Kerikeri when the weather is nice. Summer is the driest and sunniest season, with average daytime temperatures of about 23°C. This is the perfect time to book return flights to Kerikeri for exploring national parks and trying water sports. However, summer is also the busiest time to book airfare to Kerikeri, and many hotels increase their rates to keep up with demand. Look into cheap flights to Kerikeri during the early autumn or late spring months for a quieter and more budget-friendly hotel stay. Temperatures average between 18° and 20°C during the day, so you can still spend the majority of your time outdoors.

Winter is cooler than the other seasons, with temperatures of about 16°C during the day and 10°C at night. It also sees about twice as much rain as the warmer months. There’s a small spike in tourism at the beginning of winter, but July and August are fairly quiet in Kerikeri. This is a great time to book tickets to Kerikeri to see the area like a local while also escaping the colder weather further south in New Zealand.

 

What is the cost of visiting Kerikeri?

Once you’ve found some cheap flights to Kerikeri, continue using Webjet to plan other aspects of your trip. Webjet collects the best rates from around the web to make sure you get the best deal on flights to Kerikeri but also on hotels and rental cars. Hotel rooms are available across a range of prices with an average of about $150 NZD per night. There’s no public transport in Kerikeri, so it’s important to reserve a rental car if you’re hoping to leave the centre in between return flights to Kerikeri. Rental cars start from about $65 NZD per day and can be picked up from Kerikeri Airport (KKE).

Taxis are available across Kerikeri, and you could catch one into the city if you won’t be renting a car from the airport. The taxi ride from Kerikeri Airport (KKE) to the city takes about ten minutes and costs between $15 and $20 NZD.

There are plenty of free nature-based attractions to see when you book airfare to Kerikeri, such as Aroha Island and Akeake Reserve. However, there are a few paid attractions that will add an unforgettable element to your Kerikeri trip. Visit Rewa’s Village for $10 NZD, or take a diving tour in the Bay of Island for around $180 NZD. The Waitangi Treaty Grounds is one of the most iconic places to see when you visit the Bay of Islands on flights to Kerikeri. There are a few ticket types, but the most popular is a day pass that includes a guided tour, interactive museum, and Maori cultural performance. Day passes cost $25 NZD for NZ residents, $50 NZD for international adults, and are free for children.

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