Nau mai, haere mai. Nga mihi mahana, nga mihi aroha!
Warm Welcome to Aroha Waiheke Island Tours!
Becoming known the world over as a “must do” when in New Zealand Waiheke Island offers the perfect destination for a short break or a day tour from Central Auckland. The island offers a stunning array of scenic vistas, beautiful beaches and bushland. As a centerpiece the seaside village of Oneroa provides for a great leisurely stroll through the many shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants and wine bars.
To round it all off the delectable New Zealand cuisine on offer is complemented by a range of award-winning wines produced at the island’s many wineries.
Nau mai haere mai! Waiheke is calling you.
Aroha mai, aroha atu
Love given is love received
Experience the wonders of beautiful Waiheke Island at a leisurely pace on our small group,
half and full day tours.
Take a tour with us!
Discover stunning scenery, pristine beaches and the Island's key attractions.
We share the mauri (spirit) of the Island's culture past, present and future.
Love Waiheke Island
- Half Day Tours
Our half day morning and afternoon tours incorporate vineyards, stunning scenery and rich Island culture.
Aroha Tours visits the shores of Te Huruhi Bay the focal point of the Māori community (Piritahi Marae). We perform a small Maori greeting to welcome our visitors in a traditional manner.
Then we take in spectacular views of Oneroa beach, Hauraki Gulf, native bushland, Enclosure Bay, and an Onetangi beach walk and visit.
We take in just one exclusive boutique winery tasting. You’ll love the very special in depth wine tasting experience!
At our olive farm stop you’ll be able to taste the oils and see the many products for sale made from olive oil.
On our return journey we pass back through the seaside village of Oneroa the main hub of the island with its many shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants and wine bars. Tour only guests depart here or book a lunch to the famous Cable Bay Vineyard with its magnificent views for a sumptuous “Taste of New Zealand” 2 course lunch with seasonal salads.
- Full day experience
This magnificent full day tour offers you all the features of the half day guided tour, including the Wine Tasting PLUS it gives you time to enjoy a leisurely, delicious Taste of New Zealand winery lunch and 11⁄2 hours to explore the delights of Oneroa.
After all the morning’s activity we head for the renowned Cable Bay Vineyard. Sit back, relax, take in the magnificent views as you work your way through a superb Taste of New Zealand ‘2 course’ lunch served with seasonal sides.
Following lunch Aroha will transfer you back to the seaside village of Oneroa the main hub of the island with galleries, shops, restaurants and wine bars. We’ll provide you with all the local info and then you are free to explore at your own pace.
Your driver/guide will advise you where to meet at 3.30pm for your return to the ferry or accommodation at the end of your wanderings.
Aroha Private Tours
Island Adventure Tour
Take a breath taking tour of the islands main attractions then add adventure to your tour
Eco zip Adventure
Wild on Waiheke Island with archery, laser, clay electric shooting, petanque, giant chess
Art, History and Cultural Tour
This tour provides an opportunity to explore Māori art works and monuments located around the Island.
Their locations and the message they speak
Maori pathways while walking through native bush and beach
Plant lore and their amazing healing and functional qualities
Flax weaving and waiata (singing)
An art studio, the design process, the artwork and opportunity to finish your own piece of maori art!
Love 360 degree Island Tour
Why not circumnavigate the whole Island and discover:
Spectacular coastal vistas
Rolling country side
Stoney Batter and ancient rock formations
Famous Man O War Bay Vineyard
Poderi Crisci Winery
Unique individually crafted pieces of art made from 40,000 year old kauri and other natural materials. Our art is a fusion of my Māori heritage and colonial settler ancestry from the far far north of New Zealand
(Te Hiku O te Ika).