Mokohinaus Islands

Mokohinaus Islands

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Lying off New Zealand’s north east coast between the Poor Knights Islands and Great Barrier Island is a group of volcanic islands called the Mokohinaus Islands. They are rarely visited by divers but offer some of the best diving in New Zealand. The Mokohinau Islands are exposed to the same East Auckland current that sweeps through the Poor Knights and down the coast, bringing with it a rich diversity of life and at times, outstanding visibility.  This northern group of islands has spectacular offshore diving, with steep walls, colourful invertebrate life and good fish schools, including snapper, blue and pink maomao, trevally, kingfish and the occasional bronze whaler shark.

Book a charter the Mokohinau Islands with New Zealand Diving to have some unforgettable dives!

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