Copthorne Hotel & Resort Hokianga
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCopthorne Hotel & Resort Hokianga Omapere
Great hosts, comfy rooms, lovely food and a truly superb view!
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We started early on our journey north along the Kauri Coast. A quick stop at the Auckland Domain gave a good view of some of the city sights. Then it was north on SH1 before turning off to go to Matakohe. We were headed to the Kauri Museum to meet our guides for the next couple of days. A wrong turn along the way took us down to Pahi; a scenic town …
Everyday continues to blow my mind. I keep thinking that I've got to be at the pinnacle of this amazing undertaking, but each day keeps showing me that I’m not there yet. We left the small town of Russell behind this morning and headed on northward. Instead of going for a hike, all but 3 of our group decided to go kayaking, and I’m pretty sure it had something to do with how tired our legs still are from yesterday. We met Richard (our kayaking guide) at ...
Left James Sarah and Poppy at 9.30am and headed North on State Highway 16 to Wellsford, then picked up State Highway 1 to Maungaturoto the taking SH 12 to Waipo Forest. We stopped to visit the Lord of the Forest Tane Mahuta, a giant Kauri tree. The road through the forest was v steep, v twisty and v dark in places. We came out of the forest and round ...
... point was housed. Beautiful, beautiful 360 degree views over the
harbour, the sea and mountain coastline. From there we headed along twisty,
twisty, twisty roads to the Waipoua Forest and ‘Tane Mahuta’, the largest
living Kauri tree in New Zealand, around 2000 years old it’s girth was 13.7m and
height 51.5m. We then went to the visitor centre to get some info before making
our way along more twisty roads to our home for ...
... specially made tracks, to be milked in what seemed very small milking parlours. One queue was about 2 kilometres long!
We planned to camp in Helensville, but when we drove through, we thought no! We proceeded up the sand bank in Kaipara Harbour and found a campsite at Shelly beach! Called because it is full of shells!! We had the feeling they did not allow tents but the shop was shut so we just went in and set up! It was lovely and a beautiful evening. White ...