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 .

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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

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TripAdvisor Reviews Ahipara Backpackers And Motor Camp

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Travel Blogs from Ahipara

Endless Summer Lodge

A travel blog entry by laurenandhannah on Dec 09, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... proceeded to pass out and start seizing with us being the only other two in the kitchen. Thankfully this lasted all of 15 seconds in total and he was fine after a rest, some water and a glass of red wine later in the evening. There was also a traveller of 4 years from England called Giles. Spending an evening in his company was educational. He made friends with a bumblebee and we'll leave him at that. We needed our Morgans that ...

Up into the Winterless North

A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Sep 12, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... used were recycled, even the vegetation removed for construction was replanted on the building's roof. I had to wait for a local to vacate the facilities before I could get a good photo. She didn’t seem at all fazed by someone standing outside the cubicle with camera poised, must happen quite regularly.

The following day we took a boat trip around the Bay of Islands. The whole area is volcanic dating back 2 million years. Since then it has been ...

Waipoua Forrest

A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout on Feb 27, 2014

7 photos

... trading points , but over the other side were the biggest sand dunes I have ever seen! These are hills made of sand not much smaller than the Purbecks I shouldn't think? The sea was pretty wild in the entrance. We had coffee and bit to eat up here then dropped down through Omapere to Oponoi . Couldn't find anywhere suitable so went back to Omapere where we booked in to " the international Backpackers" Very nice place met a German guy and an ...

Opo, People and Kauris

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jan 04, 2014

46 photos

... 8217;s son, who said that it was time to repay the debt and invited Hilary and her husband to live on their family land in Omapere (where we are now). Hilary explained that in Maori custom, they view themselves as stewards of the land, but not actual owners. They were welcome to stay on the land until the end of their life. But, at age 59, the son unexpectedly died. And as is typical, there are lots of family members ...

Houhora 29th Sep-2nd Oct Priya

A travel blog entry by priyaandpeter on Sep 29, 2013

25 photos

... addicted to jelly beans!), cereal bars and the glorious sunshine.

Lack of amenities aside, there was plenty to keep us occupied: signs for walks along the coast seemed to be pointing in all directions, ranging from short walks to tramps that would take several days. The signs informed us that ‘freedom camping’ is allowed, although I think alternatives to this would be few and far between: this certainly felt like a remote part of the world, despite the peppering ...