Maungatautari Lodge

Address: 844 Maungatautari Rd , Cambridge, North Island, 2351, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 844 Maungatautari Rd , Cambridge.
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    Lazy day

    A travel blog entry by rusty21 on Oct 07, 2015

    As a lazy day we did washing and got up late and had breakfast out. Very cloudy at first but then sunshine, been so lucky with the weather, just cross our fingers for a couple of more days. Camera in shock as no photos taken and the GPS is getting charged for ...


    A travel blog entry by laurenz on May 01, 2015

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    ... Just somewhere in the wild. With two cows one dog and a cat. Love it!!! Although I'll never gonna find out of here.
    Next week we are heading forward to the South Island. Queenstown is waiting for us. We'll gonna show them how we celebrate in Austria. Of course without any alcohol. We don't want to get arrested.
    Hope you guys doing fine! See you soon!

    Black water rafting in Waitomo

    A travel blog entry by jmanjezza on Mar 07, 2015

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    ... there was awesome bro! It was just like a hobbit hole. Can you tell what we are going to do next....? <b>Sybilla</b> When I woke up I got dressed, Had breakfast, cleaned my teeth and packed up the beds then left to Waitomo to go black water rafting. I love it, it was so fun. I wanted dad to go first because I was scared but I got the hang of it so I wanted to be in front all the time. While we ...

    Kiwi Experience - Taupo, River Valley

    A travel blog entry by btrant on Feb 03, 2015

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    ... some games including the animal game! It was a very good evening. This morning we woke up and got prepared for some white water rafting. We all got our kit and jumped into the minibus to head up the river. We got into threes and fours, it was me Annabelle and Clara in our boat. Our instructor/guide was called Derek. At the begging he was quite intense but after that once we had done all the learning for it he was very good. It took about two ...

    To cave or not to cave, that is the question

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Nov 11, 2014

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    ... traveled further. Waitomo is most famous for it's cave's. It does have some other attractions too, like the natural limestone bridge and waterfalls, but the caves are the big draw.

    When we reached Waitomo the rain had well and truly set in. It meant that outside activities would see us becoming drowned rats, so whilst we wanted to do the walks to see the natural bridge, we thought better of it.

    The caves were on our to do list, but since we wrote that ...