Suncourt Hotel & Conference Centre

14 Northcroft Street, Taupo, North Island, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 14 Northcroft Street, Taupo, is near Tongariro Crossing, Mt Ruapehu Ski Resort, Taupo Bungy, and Wairakei Natural Thermal Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Taupo

    South to taupo

    A travel blog entry by vivford on Feb 18, 2014

    9 photos

    Sad to leave coramandel on Sunday as it was so beautiful and we would happily have spent longer there. there were several places we would have liked to have seen but ran out of time.
    We drove south to lake taupo which is the biggest lake in New Zealand. it is very hot here and from the look of the dry brown grass they haven't had rain in a long …

    Cape Kidnappers

    A travel blog entry by jnofria on Sep 29, 2013

    4 comments, 5 photos

    Hi family and friends! We are having a blast in New Zealand! It's day 3 for us and we have been on the move! Our first adventure took us to Waitamo Caves. We went tubing down rapids in caves surrounded by little glow worms! We were too cheap to buy the photos, but let's just say I stayed in my tube, but Jimmy not so much! :) Also the 3-piece wet …

    New Year's Eve- Skydiving!

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Dec 31, 2013

    79 photos

    ... have not quite felt before. The ground approaches more quickly than you expect, but the views are still truly amazing, and in only 60 seconds you have dropped nearly 10,000 feet and it is time to deploy the parachute. You maneuver your body to a slightly upright position, and the chute is pulled. Immediately, you shoot upward very quickly (a guess would be that you rise 200 to 300 feet, but that may be a misperception), and then you are floating, ...

    Water at its best and not so best

    A travel blog entry by julesyscott on Dec 19, 2013

    1 photo

    ... through various types of forest, mostly plantations which were started in the early 1900's. We continued our journey again towards Lake Taupo, NZs biggest lake. We stopped at Huka Falls, which were spectacular from a distant look out and incredible close up. They are a result of the longest river in NZ being squeezed through a gap in the rocks 15m wide. Some 9000litres per second and enough to fill 5 Olympic sized ...

    Old faithful

    A travel blog entry by alexobt on Nov 25, 2013

    To my intense delight, I get the last seat on the bus down to Taupo. The fellow one spot below me on the list is not amused. The bus breaks down, sure, but gets us there in the end. On the way we stop at an exhibition centred around Rotorua's largest exploding geyser, which satisfyingly blows just as we're about to leave. We also see variosu handicraft demonstrations, and get to boil an egg in the notorious egg-boiling pool. The créme of the exhibit are ...