Whangamata Walking & Hiking Guide

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Here’s our pick of the best walks & hiking tracks in Whangamata

Below are our favourite walks & hiking tracks in Whangamata for your enjoyment. Walks are listed randomly and include full details along with stunning photos taken by us. You’ll find points of interest, track highlights, history, track quality, elevation and a personal run down on what we think about the walk. Whangamata is an inspiring place to explore with plenty of great walking trails.

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Luck at Last Mine Track||||Luck at Last Mine Track|Luck at Last Mine Track Bay of PlentyNorth Island

Luck at Last Mine Track

2 km • 2 Hour • Easy

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Start of the Wentworth Falls Walk ||||||Wentworth Valley Falls Bay of PlentyNorth Island

Wentworth Valley Falls

3 km • 1 Hour 10 Minutes • Easy

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Jucy Rentals are definitely the cheapest with a really big range of camper-vans. If you’re looking for a van you can stand up in or with a bit more room then try MightyBritz and Maui are very popular, they cater for small and really big campers.

Find accommodation near your hike

I always use Booking.com instead of Airbnb for all my accommodation now. It works out cheaper, they don’t have those extra “Service Fees” or extra “cleaning fees”. Looks cheap until you get to pay. Plus Booking.com have a lot of holiday homes now, pretty much the same selection as Airbnb. You won’t miss out on the range.