Ahipara Backpackers And Motor Camp

Address: 164-170 Takahe Street, Ahipara, North Island, New Zealand | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 164-170 Takahe Street, Ahipara.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAhipara Backpackers And Motor Camp

    Reviewed by teresaingreece

    Great spot!

    Reviewed Dec 18, 2013
    by (1 review) London Ontario , Canada Flag of Canada

    The facilities are excellent, property is well kept. I would recommend the motor camp . We stayed in a double room with bath in the lodge. Less than a mile from 90 mile beach. 75 nz dollars for a double room with bath.The television wasn't working in the room (Unit 1 )shower and toilet where clean .The kitchen had everything you need with a nice lounge area .

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by jus.sim.2013

    90 mile beach

    Reviewed Dec 15, 2013
    by (9 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Camp site at the beginning of 90 mile beach

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Ahipara Backpackers And Motor Camp

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    Travel Blogs from Ahipara

    Ahipara Motor Park

    A travel blog entry by delclark on Oct 30, 2014

    16 photos

    ... one is named "Tane Mahuta" (named after a Maori Forest God). We filled up with diesel at a little hick filling station and there were three old cars parked inside. I showed a bit of interest and was invited to take pictures of them. One if the punters wanted to if I would like to him pose alongside his Proton, but said I will leave it for now! We stopped at a viewpoint at the mouth of the inlet to the river, there was some wild water where the ...

    Chapter Nineteen - Touring the Northland

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Oct 04, 2014

    3 comments, 55 photos

    ... the little town of Kawakawa, and are almost run over by a steam train. Needless to say we utilize the facilities of the world-famous Hundertwasser toilets.

    Then it’s a drive back through the lovely green New Zealand countryside to our little cottage in Mangonui.

    Why ...

    The end of the world!

    A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on May 18, 2014

    6 photos

    ... clear, defined by a line with different colours on either side (Tasman lighter blue, pacific dark grey) that ran off into the horizon where it met the fiery sunset. The short pretty lighthouse standing 10 metres high on the headland is an iconic symbol that we've seen on postcards and adverts all over NZ. Only a few other people were there and they left early on leaving just Ed and I. Completely worth the long fast drive up! Went in search of a hostel for the night. ...

    North is North

    A travel blog entry by danandlawontour on Mar 24, 2014

    307 photos

    ... 2 hours and boarded the ship almost straight away. Great service! There are 2 types of ferry to cross islands, Bluebridge and Inter-islander. We have had opportunity to use both, but much prefer Bluebridge. We ordered a greek salad, and a couple of burgers for a pleasant change from Pasta and Sauce. The ferry seems to drag on forever and although I watched Rio in the cinema room, time seemed to stand still! Eventually we arrived at Wellington, having parted ways (sadly) with the ...

    Sandtrails, Yaka and Realization

    A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jan 06, 2014

    32 photos

    ... with an incoming tide to meet Pete and our return ride on the Hokianga Express. An exhilarating morning!


















    Now contrast that big wide open expansive feeling from the morning discovery of Sandtrails and walking in the Waipoua Forest to see the Cathedral Grove and Yaka (a specific tree). For roughly one hour one way, we had the meandering path through tbe Kauri ...