Everyone has one favourite activity that they indulge in on their trips and for Sidharth it was diving into the clear waters of New Zealand’s Poor Knights Island region with Dive Tutukaka, which is one of the top 10 diving destinations in the world!
The region has the largest sea cave of the world and is home to the only living dinosaur species; the Tuatara. Sidharth ensured that he took some time out to explore this region specifically to relax and enjoy the waters in the lap of Mother Nature.
About the region:
- The Poor Knights Islands are 23kms off the Tutukaka coast and are a total Marine Reserve and Nature Reserve – and pending World Heritage Site – the 11 million year old Islands’ volcanic origins provide myriad spectacular drop offs, walls, caves, arches and tunnels.
- Poor Knights is one of the top 10 dive sites in the world and lays claim to an astounding Maori history and the world’s largest sea cave as well as the only living dinosaur, the Tuatara.
- Tutukaka and Dive! Tutukaka is a 2.5 hour drive from Auckland City