Get away to an untouched, subtropical land where tranquil waters, towering dunes and magnificent views are complemented by modern comforts. Welcome to Hokianga.

Hokianga's original Maori name is Te Kohanga o Te Tai Tokerau ("the nest of the northern people") or Te Puna o Te Ao Marama ("the wellspring of moonlight").

Tourist attractions include the kauri trees of the Waipoua Forest (see New Zealand's tallest tree, Tane Mahuta), and the historic waterfront villages of Kohukohu and Rawene. Cafes, the Horeke basalts, beaches, historic architecture, nature walks, horse treks, boat trips, and fishing are increasingly popular.

When you require hospitable, welcoming Hokianga hotels, look no further than Millennium & Copthorne Hotels.

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Popular attractions


Natural Indulgence

Indulge in a massage, facial or therapy treatment at Natural Indulgence, only minutes from your Hokianga Hotel.

Hokianga Bone Carving Studio

Enjoy warm hospitality and magnificent views of the Hokianga harbour from this welcoming home studio, from which the sights may well include orca and dolphins.

Footprints Waipoua

Experience a spiritual journey through the magical Waipoua Forest, and see some of the largest remaining Kauri trees in the world.