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WIN! A family trip to Otehei Bay on Urupukapuka Island with Explore Group


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Otehei Bay on Urupukapuka Island

Otehei Bay is an island paradise just a short ferry ride from Paihia or Russell. 

As one of the few accessible islands in the Bay of Islands, Otehei Bay offers a unique opportunity to explore an uninhabited island; walk, kayak and swim or simply relax and revive taking in the prolific bird song.

Jump on a quick ferry transfer with Explore Group to Otehei Bay on Urupukapuka Island from Paihia or Russell. With multiple departures daily you can spend just a few hours or a full day exploring this island paradise at your leisure. 

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Win a family trip to Otehei Bay with Explore Group

PLUS: All correct entries for our Kiwi Gems Quiz automatically go in the draw to win one of three fantastic We Love You New Zealand Travel Prize Packs! Find out more.


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Prize is a return ferry trip for two adults and two children.

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