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Situated at Waitiki Landing, 20ks south of Cape Reinga, this restaurant & takeaways is part of the Waitiki Landing complex and the most northern one you will find in Aotearoa (New Zealand).
Favorite Dish: The seafood is great :-)
Updated Mar 26, 2006
Address: Main Road North, Waitiki
If you have your own car, the best way to see the cape is to aviod all of the tourist buses.
Decide what day you are going to go up and ring any tour company that does trips to the cape. Ask them if they are going UP to the cape via the road. If they are going up via the road, time it so you reach the cape in the mid afternoon. If they are not going up via the road, time it so you get to the cape in the mid morning.
This way you can have the place nearly to yourself!
Written Mar 24, 2006
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Clothes that cover most of your skin at night if you want to sit outside or walk around when the mossies are out.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Calamine or an anti itching cream in case you get bitten. If you are allergic to mozzies, a supply of the creams to deal with it.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Tents with mozzie nets. Citronella and mozzie coils.
Miscellaneous: Mozzie repellent for yourself .
Updated Oct 31, 2012
While you can not fish at the cape itself, the surrounding areas offer some great land based fishing spots.
There is easy access around the rocks at low tide at Tapotupotu - about 10kms south of the cape, as well as in Kapo Wairoa - Spirits Bay, about 40kms from the cape. Both of these beaches are between the cape and Surville Cliffs - the most northern point of NZ.
For those of you who do not mind a bit of a hike, go to Te Paki then up to the end of 90 Mile Beach, walk up the cliffs - there is a staircase and along there you will find some great spots.
Here is a map of the area
Equipment: Fishing Gear.
Written Nov 17, 2012
Address: In the Cape Reinga Area