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Poor Knights Islands Dive Charter

by New Zealand diving Duration 7h Non-refundable No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is A$242

Described by Jacques Cousteau & rated as one of the top ten dives in the world, the Poor Knights Islands are the remains of a group of ancient volcanoes. Beneath the waves the volcanoes have been hollowed & shaped by the ocean into a web of caves, tunnels & cliffs which provide a stunning environment to dive & explore.

Because of their incredible form and bio-diversity, the sea surrounding the islands has been a marine reserve since 1981.

The Poor Knights offer a huge array of marine life that can be seen over long distances because of the spectacular visibility. There are sponge gardens and gorgonian fields inhabited by a myriad of fish, shellfish, urchins and anemones. The islands’ famous arches are fascinating to explore, with countless animals competing for space on the walls. In the warmer months, squadrons of stingrays can be seen cruising the waters of the archways. Many of the subtropical fish living in the marine reserve are found nowhere else in New Zealand. They include subtropical species such as spotted black groper, mosaic moray and Lord Howe coral fish. The fish are known for their friendliness and make visiting the marine reserve a very memorable experience.

New Zealand Diving offers a two day charter to the Poor Knights for only. Personalised tours and away from the crowds. Get to see the real Poor Knights

Our all inclusive package includes 2 x dives, tank fills, gear hire!

Described by Jacques Cousteau & rated as one of the top ten dives in the world, the Poor Knights Islands are the remains of a group of ancient volcanoes. Beneath the waves the volcanoes have been hollowed & shaped by the ocean into a web of caves, tunnels & cliffs which provide a stunning environment to dive & explore.

Because of their incredible form and bio-diversity, the sea surrounding the islands has been a marine reserve since 1981.

The Poor Knights offer a huge array of marine life that can be seen over long distances because of the spectacular visibility. There are sponge gardens and gorgonian fields inhabited by a myriad of fish, shellfish, urchins and anemones. The islands’ famous arches are fascinating to explore, with countless animals competing for space on the walls. In the warmer months, squadrons of stingrays can be seen cruising the waters of the archways. Many of the subtropical fish living in the marine reserve are found nowhere else in New Zealand. They include subtropical species such as spotted black groper, mosaic moray and Lord Howe coral fish. The fish are known for their friendliness and make visiting the marine reserve a very memorable experience.

New Zealand Diving offers a two day charter to the Poor Knights for only. Personalised tours and away from the crowds. Get to see the real Poor Knights

Our all inclusive package includes 2 x dives, tank fills, gear hire!

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8:30 AM, Poor Knights Islands Dive Charter

Duration 7h Non-refundable No booking or credit card fees
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A$241.06

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Poor Knights Islands Dive Charter

Activity Location

Poor Knights Islands

Poor Knights Islands

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Tutakaka Boat Ramp

    Tutakaka

    Tutukaka 0173


Highlights

  • Described as one of the top ten dive sites in the world

  • Unspoiled marine reserve full of life

  • Stunning topography

  • Includes gear hire & 2 x tank dives

  • Personalised tours, additonal training available


Inclusions

  • Boat charter

  • Full Dive Gear Hire

  • 2 x tank dives


Exclusions

  • Transport to/from departure site

  • Food


Know Before You Book

  • All divers must be certified min Open Water

  • Minimum may vary with the required proof of advance diving certification

  • Must be medically fit to dive

  • Minimum group size 4 persons, maximum 8 persons