Oasis Beach Resort

241 Lake Terrace, Taupo, North Island, 3330, New Zealand | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 241 Lake Terrace, Taupo, is near Tongariro Crossing, Mt Ruapehu Ski Resort, Taupo Bungy, and Wairakei Natural Thermal Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Taupo

    Day 4: Lake Taupo

    A travel blog entry by stacy.leckey on Jul 04, 2014

    2 photos

    ... were pretty hairy at times but definitely one of the better ways to get to the falls, which were spectacular. Feeling particularly energetic, we mosied on up to the Aratiatia Dam (a 20 km round trip). We timed it just nicely and got to see the dam opening its gates to flush millions of litres down the river over a few minutes, before heading back round to the lake. Feeling rather exhausted, we set off to Turangi to set up camp beside the lake. Lights out at 7.30pm! ...

    The Pilgrimage of Mount Doom

    A travel blog entry by filipmontberg on Mar 23, 2014

    57 photos

    ... have led thermally heated water in to a little basin and you can take a bath for free. It was quite bizarre as the water was around 40 degrees by the outlet and then if you went out into the river it was about 12... But as we're season Swedish sauna users we went back and forth to promote blood circulation.

    Today we went up at 5.00 to take the bus at 5.30 to the Tongariro National park to do the alpine crossing and climb up Mount Ngauruhoe or as most of ...

    A Memorable Valentine

    A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth on Feb 14, 2014

    10 photos

    ... so we went to nearby Huka Falls instead. The falls are fed by Waikato River, which emanates from Lake Taupo. Volcanic rocks channel the river, creating a chute like a water ride at an amusement park. These rapids then shoot out over rocks to drop 11 meters into the pool below. Although not particularly tall, the falls are very impressive for the massive volume of water, 220,000 liters per second, flowing through them. The resulting foam in the pool covered more ...

    Taupo (day 24)

    A travel blog entry by maria_devine on Jan 06, 2014

    35 photos

    ... eruption. Taupo is our destination for the evening and is a town situated next to a huge lake, the largest in New Zealand, which sits in the very Center of the north island. (Warning, History/ Geography lesson ahead) This lake was created when the Taupo volcano erupted, giving out 24 cubic kilometers of rock, debris and ash, covering much of the north island in a thick layer of pumice. Ash from the eruption was seen ...

    Extreme Taupo

    A travel blog entry by katandpete on Dec 12, 2013

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... and Pippin Merryweather! Total geek-fest :-) We were loving it! Watching the Hobbit in the country in which it was filmed, in the cinema owned by its director, in the seats reserved for two of the main characters. Shame the film was a bit disappointing :-) I have high hopes for the third one though :-) Our second day in Wellington was spent climbing Mt Victoria, which lies in the heart of the city. The 360 degree panoramic views from the top were almost ...