Tapanui Country Home

Address: 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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      To the North! A road trip.

      A travel blog entry by vicki_howard on Feb 03, 2015

      15 photos

      ... it was a lot of fun (and adreneline!) Due to a massive underestimation of distances and driving times on our part, coupled with some navigational issues and a very long, windy road, the majority of Sunday was spent driving, in an attempt to get the car back to Auckland by 4pm. Despite our best efforts and almost no stops, we nevertheless failed in this endeavour, and so decided to stop at the coastal resort of Orewa for and ice ...

      Chapter Twenty-one - Waitomo Caves

      A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Oct 06, 2014

      3 comments, 40 photos

      ... down to the second level. We can start to see these tiny points of light as we descend to the underground river. At the bottom we accommodate ourselves on flat-bottom boats, are told to remain very silent while the guide whispers to us as he pulls the craft along gently by means of an overhead rope. This subterranean voyage has been unchanged for over a hundred and twenty years ...

      Volcano Valley

      A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Sep 23, 2014

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... white water sledging. This apparently involves going down a white water rapid river with your own little board (sledge) in a wet suit with flippers. Sounds a bit dodgy to me but Peter said he enjoyed it despite it being scary and him swallowing half the river.

      Te Puia is famous for its geyser Pohutu which is a bit erratic as to when it blows and to what height it blows - so not of much use for us tourists. We waited around for an hour but it didn't show. ...

      Making a splash!

      A travel blog entry by beaky on Sep 01, 2014

      15 photos

      ... stretches inbetween, then before we knew it we were at the waterfall. We had to wait at the top a short while to make sure the photographer was in place and to go over safety instructions (again!) - this gave us plenty of time to peer over the waterfall and appreciate how bloody big it looked from in the raft! I could feel the blood rushing around my head, my breathing getting louder - this couldn’t be good for my health!

      Then we were off!!!

      VetEnt Te Awamutu

      A travel blog entry by kalie on Aug 03, 2014

      32 photos

      ... wetsuits - which were complete with long sleeves, booties, and then wet boots that are specifically made for concrete - or, in this case, rock. We had full belts and all the safety stuff that I luckily didn't need to understand for this. They triple checked all our gear, gave us a lesson on how to attach ourselves to all the ropes, and then we went to the platform where we began our trip.

      The first part of the trip was abseiling. We were 100m above ...