Haruru Falls Resort

Address: Old Wharf Road, Paihia, Bay of Islands, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Old Wharf Road, Paihia, is near Treaty House, Haruru Falls, Paihia Harbour, and Carino Sailing & Dolphin Adventures.
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    Travel Blogs from Paihia

    From volcanic Rangitoto to the Bay of Islands

    A travel blog entry by 17penwortham on Dec 18, 2014

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    ... steps to the top of the island. The visibility had cleared a little and from the top we could see the beautiful view of an archipelago of islands. We enjoyed the views and retraced our steps to board the trailer for the descent to the jetty. During this time the skies cleared a little and revealed an even more beautiful view from the sea including the Aukland Museum. We returned to Aukland and walked back to the hotel captured in ...

    Bay of islands boat ride

    A travel blog entry by skylarker on Oct 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... pictures that you can't get on the internet and are somewhat unique.

    Along the way we saw dolphins which are kind of hard to take pictures of. Once you see them emerge you have to be fast with the picture because they come up and go under in about 2 seconds. We weren’t able to swim with them because there were baby dolphins around and you’re ...

    Going up north

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Mar 30, 2014

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    ... the Maori chiefs ceded sovereignty to Britain. In the Maori version, they did not. They are still discussing it today. However what it did succeed in doing was in recognising the Maori's land rights and in recognising the Maori as British subjects. Having said that the land rights have not always been respected. While we were there we saw a huge canoe which the Queen had seen when she had visited and she had apparently asked to be ...