With the advent of the Pearl Harbor Tour, there’s more to be seen and experienced at the world famous Pearl harbour in New Zealand.
If you’re new to this world, we’ve put together a guide that walks you through everything you need to know to see the world’s oldest inhabited island.
Read more:The Pearl harbor is located in the New Zealand North Island and is accessible via ferry from Auckland.
It’s a short boat ride to the ferry terminal in the city of Toowoomba.
From there, take a taxi or Uber to the harbour.
It takes about 15 minutes and takes about 30 minutes to reach the port.
From the ferry, you can hop aboard the Pear Harbour Discovery boat, which can take you down to the Peirce harbour, which is about 1km further inland from the ferry.
It’s about a 1.5-hour drive from Toowong to the tour’s destination, the historic island of Peirckere.
The Peirces are one of two historic islands in New New Zealand, the other being Toowoa.
They were first discovered in the 1800s by British sailors and were renamed after Captain John Peircean, who was one of the first European to make the crossing in the 1840s.
The islanders have been an important part of New Zealand’s history, and the tour guides will show you the original village and the island’s history.
We have a great guide on hand to help you plan your journey.
The tour guides have a lot of experience and know what they’re talking about, so it’s a good idea to have a seat with them on the boat.
This is the first time we’ve had such a great time on Pearl and they’re really keen to share their experience.