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Once airborne, you can begin your journey to Waiheke, taking in the magnificent views of the clear waters, white beaches and local landmarks from a different perspective to what you may have seen before.
Upon disembarking your aircraft at the Waiheke Wings base, enjoy a short stroll up the hill to our neighbouring vineyard, Batch winery*. They will cater to your needs for lunch with a fabulous 3-course meal and premium winetasting overlooking the vineyards and views of Auckland from the highest point on the Island.
Enjoy the local scenery while transfer to Matiatia / Kennedy Point ferry terminal, where you catch a ferry back to downtown Auckland / Halfmoon Bay.
With the surrounding beauty of NZ, the views will not fail to impress.
The package includes:
- Pick up from downtown Auckland
- Scenic flight from Ardmore airport to Waiheke Island
- Lunch & Wine tasting
- Transfer to the ferry terminal
- Ferry ticket back to Auckland
*Lunch venue is subject to availability During the wintertime, the Batch winery only open from Thursday to Sunday. We will select an alternative venue for Monday to Wednesday.
*Flights require a minimum of 2 paying fares to proceed
*This package is designed to complete in three and half hours, however, and please let us know if you would like to stay overnight on the Island.
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The flight path shows you the most popular locations on Waiheke from a bird’s eye view. Heading out over the majestic beach and quaint town of Oneroa, you will see views of New Zealand’s youngest volcano – Rangitoto with the Auckland CBD in the background.
Flying from the southern side of the Island around to the eastern side, enjoy views of the local oyster beds and mussel farms that cater to the local produce. These delicacies can be enjoyed at many restaurants on the Island.
This flight also offers views of Ponui, Pakatoa and Rotoroa Island which is one of the Hauraki Gulfs dedicated conservation sanctuaries.