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Truly excellent trip, well worth going, over 100km traveled mostly on metal roads, with Barbara as good driver you get time to really see the scenery & she tells of history etc as you go. Tea or coffee supplied at beginning & end of walk, reasonable level of fitness req'd but no rush to get to end. Considering the distance & road conditions, good value for money for a whole days outing.
Wonderful day trip. Particularly liked the excellent driving, anecdotal and historical commentary and the superb scenery. Also enjoyed accomplishing the walk and delighted in the picnic-style afternoon tea which rewarded the walkers. Got some super photo shots. Well done, Barbara.
Did the all-day Coastal Walkway Tour, which includes a bus to the north of the peninsula, a 7.8 km self-guided walk then bus back to Coromandel Town. Excellent day out. Guide was very informative about things along the route, explained the walk clearly and gave us each a map of the route. Provided a picnic before and after the walk. Don't see how it could have gone any better. A nice touch is that the guide waits till all walkers have gone past the first hilltop, about 15 minutes into the walk, to make sure no one wants to turn back.
What an amazing experience. The Coromandel Coastal Walkway is a wonderful Tour from start to finish. The scenery is stunning & we are so lucky to have such an awesome place right on our doorstep. Barbara is a very professional driver & guide & her knowledge of the area made the journey so special. I always knew this was a great trip & this was proved beyond a doubt. Thoroughly recommend it.
wonderful scenery and brilliant guide/driver
We did the Coromandel coastal walkway. It was a nice tour to do but found it was a little expensive for what it was. A bus to one end of the walk and a pick up at the other end. Stunning walk though.