If you are a connoisseur of fine wines, it is time to explore your hidden treasure, Waiheke Island. Enjoy a vineyard tour with Waiheke Island wine tours, and learn about the different varieties of Waiheke Island wines. The main Waiheke Island vineyards are Poipu, Waiheke Hills, Waiheke Valley and Waiheke Edge. Each of these vineyards have their own charm, providing a different taste of Waiheke Island's best Wines. This beautiful island lies at the tip of Waiheke Island, with stunning scenery and Waiheke Harbour. Waiheke Island is an ideal holiday stop for a week long family vacation, with everything you could ever want from Waiheke, such as scenic views, fabulous accommodation, great food and Waiheke Island wine tasting tours. If you are looking for the perfect Waiheke Island honeymoon break, then Poipu is a must do. Start your day by having lunch on Poipu Beach, then visit Waiheke Edge for spectacular views over the Waiheke Island coastline. Afterwards, return to Waiheke Island for dinner and fun on the beach. This four-night stay comes with superb Waiheke Island Wines, buffet services, beachfront accommodation and leisure activities like swimming, boating, kayaking or surfing. Waiheke Island wine tours include a variety of vineyard tours, from the Classic Waiheke Vineyard tour to the Waiheke Winery tour. The Classic Waiheke Vineyard tour includes a visit to the estate of Waiheke Estate, where you can view the daily growing process as well as tasting the wines. Waiheke Winery tours include private tastings and wine tasting at various vineyards throughout the Waiheke Island. Waiheke Island's famous Waiheke Tree Farm is a must for a stroll along the Waiheke Coast. The farm offers tours, food and wine tasting, and also hosts a luncheon with Waiheke Island celebrities. Poipu is one of Waiheke Island's most popular attractions, but it's not for the faint of heart. For this reason, many visitors opt for the more relaxing Waiheke Island wine tours instead. These tours include lunch, wine tasting, and a boat cruise down the Waiheke Island. You can also choose to have a picnic lunch in Poipu, which will help you heal after the Poipu tour. Waiheke Island's two villages, Waiheke and Te Puna, are also popular places for Waiheke wine tours. Waiheke is the quaint administrative capital of the Waiheke Island. Waiheke Village is perfect for those who like to shop, and there are many quaint little boutiques located here. Waiheke Village is also home to several state parks and nature preserves, which makes it a perfect place to take your kids for a day of outdoors fun. If you are looking for a gift voucher to give to someone in Waiheke Village, there are many shops and gift shops where you can purchase gift vouchers. The Waiheke Winery Tours include private tastings at five local vineyards. Some of these vineyards offer tours that include wine tastings and private dinners. Other vineyards have private tours only, or tours that are more generalized, such as a day of golf on Waiheke Island. Most vineyards offer wine tastings in the afternoon and evening, with optional dinner service afterwards. These tours usually last about three hours and allow the attendees to tour the vineyard buildings and tasting rooms. These wine tastings are a great way to learn more about Waiheke Island winemakers and to see firsthand how Waiheke Island's local winemaking is done. Waiheke Island's famous Iron Age architect Rembrandt is responsible for building many of Waiheke's most distinctive architecture. While at Waiheke, plan to visit the Rembrandt House museum, built in 1916. Built from the ground up as a home for the architect, the museum exhibits a wide variety of his works including some of his most famous, like The Viticultural Garden and The Garden of Remembrance. Tour the interior of the home, including the kitchen and bedroom, and see Waiheke's beautiful art gallery. You'll be also thrilled by a guided tour through the garden, which allows you to see firsthand the fruits and vegetables that Waiheke Island and its people have grown over the centuries. If you'd prefer an easier way to get to Waiheke Island, consider taking a Waiheke Island ferry ride. The Waiheke Island ferry terminal is on the North Island's West Coast, about twelve miles from Waiheke. Passengers can board ferries that depart daily to get to several popular Waiheke Island cities like Akaroa, Tekapo, Napier, and Waiheke. However, ferries don't run regularly so you may want to plan a trip that takes the weekend. A weekend trip can be the perfect opportunity to see more of Waiheke Island and give you a chance to experience the island in all of its glory. Waiheke Island wine tours are a great way to explore the wineries of the Waiheke Island region.