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  • Karamea, New Zealand: Karamea, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand

    …Karamea–Leslie tracks * Swimming - There's no safe sea swimming here, but there is plenty of river swimming in good holes in the Wanganui, Karamea, Oparara and Kohaihai Rivers. View more information about the Karamea and West Coast region. West Coast Information To help plan your West Coast holiday…

  • Rafting in New Zealand, New Zealand Rafting

    …Rangitaiki River (grade 3 - 4) * Motu River (grade 3 - 4) * Tongariro River (grade 2 - 3) * Rangitikei River (grade 4 - 5) * Wanganui River (grade 5 * Mohaka River (grade 2 - 5) * Mangahao River (grade 4 - 5) * Otaki River (grade 2 - 3) * Hutt River (grade 3) South Island Rivers: * Karamea River

  • Nelson New Zealand Scenic Highlights, Places to See in Nelson New Zealand

    …days from the Aorere Valley across to the northern West Coast and Karamea. Remote, wild rivers are a feature of Kahurangi. Most are suitable for experienced kayakers only. Commercial rafting tours are available. The Karamea River is prized internationally for its trout fishing. Some of the deepest…

  • Bellbird Motels - Reefton Motel Accommodation near the West Coast

    …Regional Info Bellbird Motels Introduction Bellbird Motels offers arrange of warm, affordable Reefton motel accommodation located beside the Inangahua River in park-like surroundings and handy to the local swimming hole. Our Reefton accommodation on the West Coast is only two minutes' walk from the…

  • West Coast New Zealand Activity Highlights, Things to Do in West Coast NZ

    …Coast Photographer: Tom Hall Creative Commons * Discover the Oparara limestone arches and Honeycomb Caves (complete with preserved Moa Bones), at Karamea * Relax at Maruia Springs Thermal Resort, on the Lewis Pass Road (State Highway 7) to Christchurch * View the seal colony at Cape Foulwind near…

  • Caving in New Zealand, Canyoning in New Zealand, New Zealand Caves

    …deepest caves, as well as the three longest - the Bulmer, Ellis Basin System (28 kilometers/17.39 miles), and Nettlebed, both at Mount Arthur. Karamea in Westland features the 13 kilometers (8.07 miles) Honeycomb Hill Cave, with 70 entrances, plus New Zealand's largest limestone arches. The deepest…


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