Ski Haus

Cnr of Carroll and McKenzie Sts, National Park Village, North Island, New Zealand | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from National Park Village

New Zealand: North Island

A travel blog entry by bjornrosier


Now we are on the way to the natural beauty for which New Zealand is known. We´ve been told by the locals that at this moment they have the biggest drought in 70 years. It hasn´t rained since 2 months and the otherwise oh so green land is now only yellow and brown. There is hardly any food left for more then 8 million sheep and even for the people …

Ascent of Mount Doom!

A travel blog entry by mark_lisa_baxby


After finishing our river trip we planned to do what was, according to the guide book, 'the finest one day walk in New Zealand' - the Tongoriro Crossing - a 8hr walk past volcanoes, craters and crater lakes. However, we'd found out that there had been a recent eruption close by which meant that some of the track was closed. When we arrived at the …

Who'll stop the rain...

A travel blog entry by supergrobi


One of the highlights on the North Island is definitively the Tongariro Crossing hiking trail.
If the weather is nice...

On our way from Taupo to National Park, a small town at the feet of the mountains, we stopped by the Waitomo Caves to have a look at the famous Glowworms. They are not really Glowworms, rather larvae of flies, who …

Our Volcanic Hike

A travel blog entry by simon-rosie


The whole point of going to New Zealand isn't to live in an eggy town, it is to see the country. So when Simon got some time off work we set out on our first break in New Zealand. The Tongariro Alpine Crossing appears on some lists of the best walks in the world and isn't far from Rotorua.also, as we are heading into winter the weather is only …

Mount Doom and more Glowworms

A travel blog entry by keithandkim


... while back paddling our tubes through the cave tunnels. Suddenly, we were stuck in the back of a cave with no exit. Kim and I both thought. "Do we dive under and swim a bit? or what is going on" Well, he told us to put our feet under the persons shoulders in front of you, and we linked up to be a giant human worm. We all shut off the headlamps and bam, there were hundreds of glowworms all around us in the 8 foot high curved ceiling of the cave tunnel. It was so ...

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