Copthorne Hotel & Resort Hokianga
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... further down the coast.
We stopped at Waipoua Forest to view some of the huge kauri trees, some of which are 4000+ years old. We saw Tane Mahuta, the "Father of the Forest", the largest tree in the southern hemisphere. All the big kauri trees are named. Very impressive, The forests themselves had a variety of vegetation ...
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 ...
Nous avons decide de prendre la route sur la cote Est pour voir Hokianga Harbour et la foret Waipoua et ses arbres majestueux Kauri. C'etait vraiment une belle route à travers la foret, que Fra aurait faite encore et encore ;)
Les arbres Kauri ne se trouvent que dans cette region de la Nouvelle-Zelande. Ce sont les plus grands arbres dans le pays et sont censes etre parmi les plus anciens arbres dans le monde. Nos promenades nous ont amenees a ...
... to drink a cup of tea on the ferry which we had made in our camper. We’re beginning to think this is THE way to travel.
After getting back on dry land we had more driving to do and fading light. In the last of the light we reached Waipoua Forest and did a short walk to see a giant Kauri tree. Standing at 51.5m tall and 13.8m in girth it was pretty impressive. It seemed all the more impressive as it was that much bigger than all it’s neighbouring ...
... and camping throughout New Zealand and Australia. However, they had to climb into their wet, tiny tents after eating their macaroni and tomatoes from a pot, whereas D & I sat in dry, warm comfort, eating chicken, creamy mashed potatoes, green beans & carrots at the table that would soon become our cozy bed in the MH...the joys of old-age and retirement as opposed to youth!