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A Photo Diary of Rangitoto Island, Auckland

Rangitoto Island is the largest and youngest volcanic cone in Auckland.

Due to its last eruption being around 550 years ago, this island is still very much in a rustic state. Black lumps of rock stand tall in scattered mounds, diverse birds chirp from its flourishing trees, scenic forestry stretches across most of its land and authentic lava caves weave throughout.

Also a sanctuary for the country’s protected wildlife and having zero houses or shops, Rangitoto Island is a peaceful yet, active day out and is one of those places best described by photos.

Therefore, I have compiled this photo diary to give you a taste of the tranquility and peacefulness this island has to offer…

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Sky Tower - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Water - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Volcanic Rock - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Woodland - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - View - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - View from Island - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Lava Track - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Island Life - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Trees - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Forest - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Scenery - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Boat - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - View from Summit - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Protected Wildlife - My Culture Craving

Rangitoto Island Photo Diary - Ocean View - My Culture Craving

Have you ever been to Rangitoto Island? I’d love to see your favourite pictures from your day of exploring…

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