Voted by Conde Naste Magazine as one of the top beaches in the world, Kaiteriteri has been loved by generations of locals and visitors alike.
Named Kaiteriteri by local Maori for it’s plentiful food resources, the area is still home to some excellent fishing and award winning adventure tourism businesses.
For those more interested in a “land based” experience, a selection of cafes, accomodation and an excellent Mountain Bike Park will appeal.
With it’s picture-perfect beaches, easy scenic walks combined with family-friendly swimming and boating, it’s no wonder that Kaiteriteri still holds the imagination of those who visit.
We asked residents what they ranked as the Top 5 Things to Do in Kaiteriteri, and here’s what they told us:
♥ Swim and sunbathe at Kaiteriteri Beach
♥ Visit Split Apple Rock by kayak
♥ Explore Kaiteriteri Mountain Bike Park
♥ Walk from Kaiteriteri and past gorgeous Dummy Bay to Stephens Bay along the coastal track
♥ Snorkel off Little Kaiteriteri Beach