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

    Northland Road Trip!!

    A travel blog entry by kalie on Aug 24, 2014

    31 photos

    ... of them, and we had brought sand boards with us from the hostel. It was an amazing time going up and down. The climb was tough - the hill was steep and for every two steps you took the sand dragged you back another. See the pictures! It was just like tobogganing, only instead of snow you got sand everywhere :) After sandboarding we stopped at Henderson Beach, which was pretty but uneventful.

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    The end of the world!

    A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on May 18, 2014

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    Caught the ferry across from Paihia to Russell, a small quaint town that reminded me of some of the villages in Cornwall. It claims to be the birthplace of New Zealand as it was the first colonials and Maoris that lived here. Shortly after the first Brits settled, they had all the sailors staying there which meant 50 liquor stores and numerous brothels were existed to cater to the men's needs! They were the days. We walked up to flagstaff hill, famous because it's where ...

    Oh we do like to be beside the seaside!

    A travel blog entry by barbaramorse9 on Feb 11, 2014

    6 comments, 4 photos

    ... reason for visiting the area. Not that it takes a lot of finding. We are going off for a spot of tree-hugging, though you'd need mighty long arms to hug these trees. The Waipoua Forest is home to the ancient Kauri trees. The oldest one is called Tane Mahuta and is thought to be about 2000 years old. It has a girth of 13.8m and stands 51.5m high. After visiting this one, we go on a walk through the forest to find some of its not ...

    Waitangi Treaty Grounds - Friend or Foe?

    A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jan 03, 2014

    30 photos

    ... Zealand actually is – the Treaty of Waitangi was drawn up in 1840. We were told that today 20-25% of the population is Maori and that many of the old ways have been lost. When the Europeans came the Maori’s lived in tribal communities that were fighting among themselves. It was their understanding that with the treaty the British government would help ...

    Exploring the Far North

    A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip on Oct 18, 2013

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    ... and the kids even did some rolling and sliding down, great fun. Rorke said that "this is what traveling is all about! " Roxton and Rorke decided to go back up, Paige joined them. Rorke decided about a third of the way up to slide down but the other 2 kept going. Roxton came running down and had a royal wipeout he totally went helter skelter but picked himself up and dusted himself off! We then continued our drive stopping at Rawara Beach to feel and see the whitest sand, ...