Cathedral Cove (Hahei) along the Coromandel peninsula was put on the map through it’s inclusion in the second Narnia movie – Prince Caspian. We visited as the seasons were turning from winter to spring, so it was still a quiet and sleepy place. Dinner options available during our stay were the local fish and chip shop open for two hours between 5.30-7.30pm or DIY options from the local store with it’s selection of three tomatoes, tinned food and frozen items.

DespiteĀ intermittentĀ rain, we did have a few days of beautifully sunny weather which allowed us to head out for some walks to explore the coastline shaped by volcanic activity, and then into the bay for paddle in sea kayaks – which we loved! We enjoyed hearing about the Maori history of the area, and checking out stingrays in the crystal clear water. Here are a few photos from this part of our holiday:

 

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

Travel Photography New Zealand Cathedral Cove

 

 

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