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    Often abbreviated as BOP, this place was discovered by Captain James Cook, after he noticed abundant food supply when compared to the observations he ...
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    √ Mount MaunganuiIt is definitely worth the climb (252m), as you will have the best view of the town including the coast, and the Bay of Taur...
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    Waihi Beach Waihi Beach is a popular holiday destination thanks to nine kilometres of sandy white beach and a quiet lifestyle. Waihi Beach is a favou...
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    The Auckland metropolitan area, in the North Island of New Zealand, is the largest and most populous urban area in the country with over 1.4 million r...
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    √ Kelly Tarlton's Antarctic Encounter and Underwater WorldEast of Hobson Bay, in the Orakei district is Kelly Tarlton's Underwater World, a p...
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    Auckland Zoo This is the best chance to spot a real Kiwi, the native bird that is, although as it is nocturnal it is sometimes hard to spot. Auckland...
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    240-250 volts AC, 50Hz; flat three-pin plugs are used.
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    Summer average: 18°C Winter average: 11°C Average annual rainfall: 1250mm
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    Abundant wildlife, unusual kiwi and white heron (Kotuku), dolphins and a variety of unique native alpine flora, secure colonies, the rarest penguins...
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    Over 30,000
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    High rainfall during the cool winter months; mild summers with light winds. Average Temperatures 22°C in Summer, 11°C in Winter Average Rainf...
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    Whangarei, is the northernmost city in New Zealand and the regional capital of Northland Region. Although it is commonly classified as a city, officia...
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    √ Whangarei Museum / Northland Regional MuseumThis open-air museum lies 8km west of Whangarei on Highway 14 (the Dargaville road), in the gro...
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    Claphams Clock Museum Claphams Clocks - The National Clock Museum is a unique visitor attraction presenting one of the largest collections of clocks ...
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    Whangarei is a modern, vibrant and a lively city. Cradled among the green hills, this city shares its coastlines with some of the finest beaches of Ne...
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    Discover a paradise called Nelson an irresistible blend of lifestyle and stunning landscape and one of the most visited places in New Zealand. The p...
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    √ Cable Bay : - The lovely landscape is ample reward for the difficult drive from Nelson northwards to Cable Bay, with its fine beach, and on...
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    Cable Bay Walkway Cable Bay Walkway, Nelson is one of the popular tourist attractions in Nelson. The Cable Bay Walkway, Nelson begins from the Cable ...
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    Summer average: 17°C Winter Average: 6°C Average Rainfall: 988mm/year
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    The Otago region, which is bounded on the north by the wide Waitaki River and on the south by Catlins Forest Park, takes in a green and often mist-shr...
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    Hamilton is a beautiful city and a renowned tourist destination of New Zealand. It is situated in the Waikato region of New Zealand. Hamilton is New Z...
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    Hamilton Zoo Considered to be one of the country's best, the Waikato's award-winning wildlife park features Australasia's largest freeflight sanctuar...
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    Transportation in Hamilton comprises chiefly cars and trains. Transportation in Hamilton also includes the subway system of the city, which is current...
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    Central North Island, surrounding the lower and central reaches of the Waikato River.
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    115,700
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    Temperate with mild, wet winters and summers that are warm and dry. Temperatures Summer : 22-27C. Winter : 10-15C. Annual rainfall 1184mm.
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    Wellington, New Zealand's capital city, lies at the southwestern tip of the North Island in a supremely beautiful situation, surrounded by water and s...
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    240-250 volts AC, 50Hz; flat three-pin plugs are used.
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    1 New Zealand Dollar (NZ$1) = 0.39; US$0.57; C$0.71; A$0.81; 0.43 Currency conversion rates as of April 2009
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    √ Treat your senses with the lunch and dinner on Lake Rotorua to Mokoia on a cruise with customized menu. Dating back to 1350 AD lake Rotoru...
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    Life in the Bay of Plenty certainly doesnt come to a halt after hours. → Tauranga and Mount Maunganui in particular have a great variety of...
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    The Bay of Plenty was named so because of the abundance of fruits and foods and its fertile soil properties. The warm condition helps in growing any t...
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    Enjoy a bit of pampering, shop to your hearts content but until your budget allows you to. The region is also a shoppers haven, with homemade arts a...
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    ♥ Air Activities : - Enjoy all the sights of the region on a flightseeing adventure or try skydiving in one of the best drop zones in the cou...
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    Although buses connect many of the towns and villages, the best way to explore is by car. Most roads are well maintained and clearly signposted, and a...
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    → Whale and Dolphin Safari Cruise(Highlights)√ The sea plays a perfect host with an opportunity to view dolphins and whales in over ...
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    Auckland is a happening place with the most vibrant theatre, arts and club scene in the country. → With a million residents to entertain and...
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    Auckland will tempt your tastebuds with locally grown produce, seafood from its abundant harbors and award-winning wines to match. Many of the region...
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    Aucklands stylish heart is the home of many of New Zealands top fashion designers. The block around High Street, the Chancery and Vulcan Lane hosts ...
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    There's no shortage of activities when it comes to Auckland. From sailing in the harbour to bungy jumping off the Auckland Harbour Bridge, horse-ridin...
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    Buses, trains and ferries make it easy and convenient to get around central Auckland. √ Buses : - The Link bus connects Auckland city fringe...
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    √ Air : - Auckland's international and domestic airports are the number one transport hub in New Zealand. All of the world's major airlines f...
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    √ Zion Wildlife Gardens : - Here you can visit the big cats that include both the rare Barbary lion and the royal white tigers. √ ...
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    Whangarei has entertainment attractions to suit all tastes and budgets including theatre, opera, music, concerts, family shows, free events, movies, n...
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    With a variety of dishes to offer, try out some of the most sought after dishes which includes lamb, pork, sea food and a variety of the national dess...
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    At the Quayside Town Basin in Whangarei, theres a boat marina surrounded by restaurants, cafs and shops the perfect spot to relax for an afternoon...
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    → Walking and Hiking : - Whangarei ia home to beautiful bush walks and surprising hiking trails to explore. The Whangarei Falls which happens...
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    ∗ Bus and Coach : - Adams Bus Services operate City Link bus services Monday Saturday as well as the Summer Beach Bus and Midnight Movers N...
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    √ By RoadWhangarei is just 160km or two hours north of Auckland. State Highway One is a scenic route north with stunning views at the entran...
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    √ Paparoa National Park : - Explore the limestone caves and canyons located to the East of Hwy.6. √ History House Museum : - The ...
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    Catering to the needs of all the budgets, West Coast has got a variety of activities to offer that ranges from theatre, music, opera, pubs, casinos ...
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    Like the landscape, the food here is wild. In March, the popular Hokitika Wild Foods Festival offers extreme challenges, such as huhu grubs and fish e...
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    The West Coast is a haven for artisans who gain inspiration from the landscape and enjoy the relaxed lifestyle that exists here. An extensive range of...
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    √ Adventure Activities : - Tour operators in the West Coast offer white water rafting, underground cave rafting, jet boating, horse trekking,...
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    There are not enough shopping options in Milford apart from the few merchandising materials like postcards etc.
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    Thousands of glow worms lie hidden in the mountains of Te Anau. After the self satisfying tour of Te Anau on the cruise, the guides will take the tour...
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    West Coast is a sparsely populated town situated on the western coast of South Island in New Zealand. It is New Zealand's longest region with a vast s...
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    Cape Farewell is the most northern point of South Island in New Zealand. If you love to go for horse treks, then head towards Cape Farewell in New Zea...
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    Otago is the second largest region in New Zealand, situated in the southern side of the South Island. Hare Hill is a 60 acre farm located on the north...
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    Experience the beauty of New Zealand`s Franz Josef Glacier country on horseback. This is horse riding in paradise with a stunning backdrop of Mount...
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    Experience being at one with horse and environment. The spectacular scenery and tranquillity will leave you refreshed in body, mind and spirit. Our pr...
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    Fantail Falls sits to the south of Haast Pass not far from Thunder Creek Falls. During the spring, this 15m waterfall indeed can look like a fan as it...
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    Kitekite Falls is a scenic 3-tiered waterfall dropping a total of 40m. Found near Piha Beach not far from Auckland, it is a popular attraction yet sur...
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    Purakaunui Falls, South Island. The Purakaunui Falls are a vision of beauty in Otago on the East Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. The w...
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    The 580 meter high Sutherland Falls is the most impressive of the numerous falls encountered on the Milford Track. It is actually about a 45 minute si...
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    The Tarawera Falls are on the Tarawera River in the Bay of Plenty region in the North Island of New Zealand. Access is from the township of Kawerau...
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    Contrary to its name, Thunder Creek Falls is actually a graceful and narrow 28m waterfall tumbling across the powder blue Haast River. I think it is t...
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    Whangarei Falls is a satisfying 26m waterfall near the maritime town of Whangarei. It can appear as several parallel columns of water or a large recta...
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