There is a place out west on
our great lake that is a little harder to get to.
Its authentic, untouched, and waiting to be explored.
Not many experience its magic
You have to go a little further.
You have to venture beyond.
“We had such a fun adventure!! Can't imagine a better guide, we will definitely be back. Our stay in Taupo would not have been the same without this little outing with Ian. Thank you so much!”
The Western Bays
Ian pushes the throttle forward propelling the boat toward the western headland keeping watch over the outer reaches of the bay. You are heading to explore a wilderness beyond. A wilderness where waterfalls tumble into the lake and cliffs rise majestically from the depths,high above as if keeping watch over a place that time seems to have forgotten.
Unbeknown to most people, some twenty minutes west of Taupo Township is a sleepy little holiday town known as Kinloch. It harbours a well-kept secret.
Kinloch sits at the head of Whangamata Bay. A place often referred to as the gateway to a hidden treasure known simply as the western bays of the mighty Lake Taupo.