Hahei Holiday Resort is located in the centre of a great selection of iconic New Zealand attractions. From stunning white sand beaches, to bush walks and the blue Pacific Ocean, the Coromandel Peninsula is an oasis for swimming, kayaking, boating and fishing. Our Resort is only one hour walk to the world famous Cathedral Cove and a ten minute drive (8km) to Hot Water Beach.
The Hahei Village has a small shopping centre with Cafes and Restaurants. For detail on these services see the Local Services page.
A journey to the Coromandel Peninsula would not be complete without a walk to Cathedral Cove. It’s a healthy one hour walk (3 km) from our Resort, along the Hahei Beach up and over a well formed coastal walking track maintained by the Department of Conservation. The track is undulating with some stairs and very well maintained. On the way is the Cathedral Cove Marine Reserve, a great place to get up close and personal with marine life!
For more information go to the Department of Conservation website.
The well formed walking track is at the East end of Hahei Beach. The track is maintained by the Department of Conservation. For great views of the wild coastal landscape, Castle Rock Island and the Aldermans Island group.
The Pa site was the home of the paramount chief of the Ngati Hei tribe, who named Hahei.
Coastal walks at sea level below the Pa reveal more caves, sea creatures and fish. This is a great family activity, close to Hahei Holiday Resort.
Hot Water Beach is a New Zealand experience, not to be missed - just a ten minute drive (8km) from the Hahei Holiday Resort. Tide times and digging spades/shovels are available from reception.
Cathedral Cove Kayak Tours are based in Hahei and operate off the beach in front of our property. This great local company operate half & full day tours, exploring sea caves and marine reserves. Enjoy bird watching, meeting orca and friendly dolphins.
Phone bookings are essential as sea conditions change often. Ph Mike 07 866 3877 or free phone 0800 529 5258. For more details visit www.seakayaktours.co.nz
Take the Hahei Explorer for a coastal boat trip from Hahei Beach. This one hour tour covers 14km of rugged coastal landscape, with sea caves, blowholes, bird life and sea creatures.
Bookings are essential as weather and sea conditions change often on the open ocean. Ph 07 866 3910
Visit Cathedral Cove Dive and Snorkel at their retail shop in the Hahei Village shopping Centre. See Wendy to hire dive equipment, surf boards and bikes. Fill dive bottles or buy new dive gear and fish bait. Want to see the coloured fish or have an underwater tour plus a PADI dive course to learn something new, ask for Russ at the front desk.
Ph 07 866 3955 to check the water clarity and water temperature.
Learn how to surf, how to stay safe and impress your friends at the same time! Call Sean on 027 7826 387
Eco-friendly transportation that enables riders to see/feel/smell our beautiful country side.
Check out local breweries, wineries, cafés, beaches, and historical points of interest, all at your own pace!
Ask at reception.
Ping the golf ball around a 9 or 18 hole course and meet the locals at Purangi Golf and Country Club. The club is located on Hepburn road, off Purangi Road, between Hahei and Cooks Beach.
Hahei Holiday Resort does not have a boat ramp. With a tractor or 4WD, you can launch small boats of up to 4 metres from the Hahei Beach at the Pa road end from the creek exit. Surf conditions and experience are the limiting factors. For larger boats or for a no-drama-style launch, the Purangi River mouth concrete boat ramp at Cooks Beach may be the choice.
Pack the fishing rods for your stay with us! Casting straight out from our resort is a popular past time.
Stay out of the Marine Reserve and bring your lucky lures!
Join Kaitlyn at sunrise for an invigorating Hatha flow, right on our beach front!
More details at Reception. Mats available for hire.