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

    Skip to main content Home »Off the Beaten Track »Karamea Off the Beaten Track to. Karamea Well worth a visit for outdoor adventurists and keen hikers, Karamea is a small coastal town located 100 kilometres north of Westport on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island. The one and a…

  • Bay of Plenty New Zealand | Travel Tourism & Accommodation

    …the Bay of Plenty make it a place to have fun. Laugh with the locals while you sample the easy-going lifestyle, explore the 125 kilometres of white sand beaches, visit an active marine volcano and much more. The main centres in the Bay of Plenty are Mt Maunganui - with one of the best beaches in New…

  • New Zealand Lakes, Lakes of New Zealand

    …turquoise coloured lake and is surrounded by the mountainous drama of the Southern Alps. Kai Iwi Sand Lakes - Northland Sunset over Lake Taupo Photographer: James Heremaia (www.jamesfoto.com) The Kai Iwi sand lakes are a natural playground and fantastic recreation reserve. Lake Rotorua - Rotorua…

  • Nelson New Zealand History, Historical Places in Nelson New Zealand

    …Māori name for the spit is 'Onetahua', meaning 'heaped up sand'. Farewell Spit has been a bird sanctuary since the 1930s and provides a home for over 90 bird species. Bar tailed godwits, knots, curlews, whimbrels and turnstones fly around 12,000 kilometres every northern hemisphere autumn to…

  • New Zealand Scenic Flights, Flightseeing New Zealand

    …silent white world surrounded by towering mountains. * Fiordland with its towering peaks, deep valleys and plunging waterfalls offer magnificent flying senery. * Queenstown, named because '...it was fit for Queen Victoria' is blessed with some of the world's most exquisite geography. Queenstown…

  • Gisborne Regional Information New Zealand

    …views from the summit. A popular holiday destination, Gisborne offers surfing, camping, diving, fishing, hunting, swimming and beautiful white sand beaches. Here you will find garden attractions, excellent bush, farm and wilderness walks, New Zealand best fly-fishing rivers, award winning wineries…

  • New Zealand Eco Tourism, New Zealand Nature

    …North Island you'll find long sandy beaches perfect for swimming, surfing and sunbathing. The North Island's west coast has dark sandy beaches, with sand heavy in iron. The north of the South Island has some beautiful sandy beaches, while the coastline around the rest of the South Island tends to be…

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