Rangitoto Island is the largest of the volcanic cones scattered across the Auckland region and is home to the world’s largest pohutukawa forest. The shortest and most popular walk is directly to the summit – the spectacular 360-degree views reach across the Hauraki Gulf. It is just a 25-minute ferry ride across the harbour and frequent ferries run daily. There are alternative routes to the summit (allow extra time), including a track that takes in the fascinating lava tunnels and caves – bring a torch if you want to explore.
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