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"Tauranga Shore Excursion: Maori Culture
"Tauranga Shore Excursion: Maori Culture Kiwis and Geo-Thermal Valleys in Tauranga""I specialize in a 7-hour tour to Rotorua the Maori Culture capital of New Zealand and the centre of the Geo-Thermal region of NZ.You will be met at the Port gates by your driver/guide in a minivan and take a drive along the waterfront of Pilot Bay Mo then along the picturesque Marine Parade Mount Maunganui's surf beach with its many luxurious homes.Afterwards
From NZD190.00
 
Lake Rotorua Paddle Boat Cruise with Breakfast or Lunch
"Let your imagination float to the days of steamboats and luxury travel with a breakfast or lunch cruise on board the only paddlewheel boat in Rotorua! This authentic replica of the American boats made famous in Mark Twain’s yarns blends authentic 19th-century details with modern conveniences to create an unforgettable Kiwi pleasure cruise - you’ll find a large dining room two bars and plenty of spots to soak in the sights! You’ll dine on a gourmet meal made from the finest New Zealand-grown produce enjoying the world-famous Kiwi hospitality and the elegant comfort of this unique replica from a bygone era. As your captain steers you in sight of the majestic Kawaha Point Sulfur Bay and mystic Mokoia Island he’ll provide an entertaining narrative about the lake and picturesque Rotorua Town. Take in the lake’s magnificent scenery and keep an eye out for wildlife! Bring your cameras
From NZD44.00
 
Full-Day Waitomo Caves and Kiwi House Tour from Auckland including Lunch
"You will be picked up from your hotel and driven approximately 2.5 hours south of Auckland following the mighty Waikato River. This river is New Zealand’s longest river and winds some 425 kilometres throughout the centre of the north island. Th where you will see deep limestone shafts stunning stalactites stalagmites and a soaring subterranean cathedral that will leave you speechless before you hop aboard your little  boat and are enchanted by the thousands of magical glow-worms above as you glide gently and quietly through these world famous&#x with ample time after to browse the on site gift store.After lunch at a local cafe we visit the small country town of Otorohanga and it's Kiwi House to view New Zealand’s national bird
From NZD338.00

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Go Kayaking up the Raglan Harbour

The benefits of Raglan are that it has both an ocean beach for surfing as well as a quiet inner harbour that can be explored in small boat or kayak.One of the things to do is hire a kayak off Raglan...
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Model plane and glider flying

The lookout overlooking Ocean Beach is a fabulous spot for model plane and glider flying. The day we were there a group of guys had a mix of planes and gliders they were putting through there paces....
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Manu Bay Surfing - Raglan - NZ's West Coast

Manu Bay which is also known by its local name of Waireke is primarily a surfing beach and is world famous for its left-hand break. This picture was taken when the break was quite small. Apparently...
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Estuary Swimming

Te Kopua Beach is right next to town across the footbridge. This is a popular family swimming spot as you can swim in the calm waters of the estuary. It is close to the motorcamp as well as the point...
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Swimming - Ocean

Raglan’s Ocean Beach provides spectacular views of the Raglan Bar and is a wonderful picnic spot as well as good for swimming (if the surf isn't too big). Lifeguards patrol the western end of the...
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Long romantic walks

Raglan's Ocean beach is a fabulous place to take a long walk. You can access the beach by the surf club and walk towards Raglan heads and the famous bar (sand bar not the other kind). Lots of lovely...
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Surfing

Raglan's Ocean Beach has a fabulous reputation for surfing as well as bodyboarding. If you don't have your own board there are plenty of places to hire one. Even on the days when the swell isn't that...
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Raglan Classic Car and Rock n Roll Festival

If you time your arrive in Raglan at the right time you will be able to either participate in or view the Raglan Classic Car and Rock n Roll Festival. In 2010 it is being held on 13th and 14th...
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Raglan and Bridal Veil Falls

Raglan is a quaint little surfing community located on the west coast of the North Island about an hour west of Hamilton. It's a small town with a few shops and restaurants but it's biggest attraction...
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Visit Bridal Veil Falls

Take a drive out of town and see these waterfalls. It's worth the trip, and doesn't take too long. Around a 20 min drive out of Raglan, and a 15 min walk to the bottom of the falls. Several views,...
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Learn to Surf.

You can take surf lessons here at Raglan. And this is the place to learn in NZ, as the surf is great and the surfies live here.Even the High School does a course in surfing and surfy kids from around...
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7 Bankart Street, Raglan, New Zealand
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