Tapanui Country Home

1714 Oparure Rd, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1714 Oparure Rd, North Island.
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    Travel Blogs from North Island

    Volcano Valley

    A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Sep 23, 2014

    22 photos

    ... is famous for its limestone caverns.

    We popped to the Otororhanga Kiwi House, which is involved in Kiwi conservation and yes we saw them, 3 different species. They have them set up in large pens that are dark as they are nocturnal. They also keep their public appearances short so they don’t get stressed by us gawping tourists. They are the silliest of birds and I am not surprised they are endangered as they have little sight, no feathers only a hair ...

    The Glow Worms Cave

    A travel blog entry by clyde90s on Jun 13, 2014

    ... We inquire around for accommodation first and were pointed out to a village just a few miles away through a highway. The Waitomo Village, much like a resort, is spectacular by the cleanliness as well as the surrounding environment, with big playing fields. It was 11am so we got a cabin room at Top 10 as well as the admission to one of the cave ride, Tube-In.

    After putting down the belongings, the van came to pick us up at ...

    The Shire and The Cave

    A travel blog entry by handytravels on Apr 10, 2014

    13 photos

    ... for the feeling to return to our feet) it was time to lose something else we held dear – light, as we journeyed into the caves. We did get one last glance at the beautifully untouched landscape around us, as well as the opportunity to pose for a silhouette photograph prompting Andy to exclaim “I didn’t expect to be Bruce Forsyething today”. The cave walk was really good fun although walk would be an injustice to it, it ...

    Hamilton / Cave exploring / Gardens

    A travel blog entry by groteboze on Mar 05, 2014

    6 photos

    ... along the course). Some more climbing brought us to an abseil area, followed by a hop-over path that went back and forth on the left and right side of a cliff. Every once in a while, a group of tubers (people on big inflated tires) floated down the rapids below, maybe 20m down, at most. Our attempts to scare or surprise them didn't really work. Even when shining a light right down at them, No one seemed to notice or look up. One of the guides did a good impression of a night owl at ...

    We're Spelunking, We're Spelunking!

    A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth on Feb 06, 2014

    ... Nick called "fishing lines of death." Insects fly up to the ceiling thinking they are seeing stars, not glowing maggot poop, and are caught in the strands. The maggots then reel them in and suck out the insects' insides while they are still alive. That story put a serious dent in the romance of seeing them. Nick pulled us back to where we started tubing, letting us turn off our headlamps. Except for the light from the glow worms, it was like being in a ...