Ninety Mile Beach

Ninety Mile beach is on the western coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Many have said it possesses the “best left hand surf breaks in the world.” But surfing isn’t all this beach has to offer. This seemingly never-ending strip of soft, white sand cloaked in frothy, white waves is stunningly beautiful. Its sheer size creates the opportunity to surf, swim, snorkel, waterboard, or any other beach activity you’ve dreamt of. At the end of each adventurous day of your visit be sure to catch the sunset while still at the beach. The orange and pink hues appear to melt into the horizon, creating an image you’ll never forget.

Getting There

Regardless of where you are flying from, your initial flight will be to Auckland, New Zealand. This international airport is host to hundreds of flights per day and it is not difficult to find round-trip flights at convenient prices and times. From Auckland, you can either drive or hop on a shuttle bus. The drive is about four and a half hours. However, if you would prefer to skip the ride and take a flight, Air New Zealand offers flights from Auckland Airport to Kerikeri Airport which is just not far from the beach. Using flight search engines, you can find the best prices and the best times to book your journey from Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Calgary, Las Vegas and many more destinations around the world.