We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We were driving the north west coast which winds around a lot with lots of forest to see. From the south, you first come across the forest station about half a km from the main road. Unfortunately it was shut so we didn't get to...More
A Maori guide took us into the forest and explained the ecological system that keeps the giant trees alive and happy.Agreat experience as he both prayed and sang to this giant tree of the forest,well worth a visit.
Very interesting visit - it is amazing to see trees so big, they almost don't seem real. There was a Maori guide there to tell us all about them. There are washrooms here and a picnic area but not a lot of parking spaces.
The park and it's paths are spotless and very well maintained the area is very impressive and the forest is amazing with the end coming to the falls which are most amazing it is a gem of a place and I would recommend it to...More
A tour through this old growth forest is really awe inspiring. The trees are the second largest in the world. They have been preserved in ancient forests. The walk is worth every minute and every dollar to learn about the forest plants and animals. It's...More
We've been for the second time here recently and still find it fascinating. There are 2 places close to each other. One with car park and toilette where you can find the biggest kauri. Second place its less the 1 km away and you can...More
These giants are as old as Christianity, think on that as you stand in their shadows and feel humbled by their enormity. Father of the forest is so wide it looks like a cliff face at first glance. amazing nature.