Walk on a beach where yours are the only footsteps, hike through a forest where all you’ll be surrounded by is trees.
Get ready to catch the big one! Listen for the scream of the reel and feel the adrenaline surge as a fish strikes your line.
Seat yourself in a kayak for a unique surface level view of this pristine marine environment.
Places to Go
Our friendly towns and villages are charmingly relaxed, pleasingly civilized and within easy reach of the area’s many special wild places. Once unpacked, you’re free to experience the North Island at your own pace. Spend your days out at sea, exploring magical coastlines, or immersed in our inland wilderness.
Things to Do
Explore the North Island on your own with go-anywhere impulsiveness. Fish for wild salmon or watch orcas spy hop across ocean waves. Ski world-class powder at crowd-free Mount Cain, photograph black bears, scuba dive,or hike the impossibly scenic Cape Scott Provincial Park at the island’s northern tip.
Trails to Roam
Many people come to the north Island not so much as visitors, but as explorers. The road less travelled and the path less worn is an invitation to curious adventurers to unveil the rugged beauty that is revealed with each remarkable step.