Yha Ahipara

Address: 168 -170 Takahe St., Ahipara, North Island, 449, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 168 -170 Takahe St., Ahipara.
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Travel Blogs from Ahipara

On to Kaitaia

A travel blog entry by janandandrew on Apr 03, 2015

Another lovely late summers day. After a simple breakfast and a little shop we headed out to Kaitaia. First stop just up the road for a short visit to Haurura Falls (not as high as Whangerei) where we were greeted by the local chooks who insisted on trying to get under the car - not so good as we have no means to cook them. Then on to Kerikeri, …

Opononi via the Ferry

A travel blog entry by janandandrew on Apr 05, 2015

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We left Kaitaia on the scenic drive headed towards Ahipara turning South just before. The route took us over hills and round more bends with plenty of scenery. We found a little cafe in Kohukohu by the northern shore of Hokianga harbour inlet, a very tranquil spot for Easter Sunday even with a group of bikers that departed. While we had a coffee and macadamia cookie between us, others arrived, "doing the loop" and tucked in to fush ...

The giants of the forest

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Nov 20, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... try and save the Kauri's from the disease, it's not a lot of effort really, scrubbing and spraying your shoes, 20 seconds work. Sadly some people feel this is too much effort and walk in and out without doing it. Hopefully the remaining Kauri's will be OK, but I suspect ignorance and laziness of some people will see these great trees catch the disease and be lost to future generations.

We continue up the coast, leaving the forest behind. As we pass ...

Ahipara Motor Park

A travel blog entry by delclark on Oct 30, 2014

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... van, although the tip tropic box helps keep in the right gear for the bend/slope/sudden drop etc. very, very pretty, but as we have found before, very few places to stop for a viewpoint.
We had lunch in the old boathouse at Rawena, this jutted out into the river we had a pizza and coffee on the terrace overlooking the river. We then moved on toward the Waipoau Forest to see the the largest indigenous tree in New Zealand called the Kauri. ...

Up into the Winterless North

A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Sep 12, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... south was to 90 mile beach which is actually 55 miles long. The origins of its name are unclear. The most common theory stems from the days when missionaries travelled on horseback, and a horse could travel 30 miles a day. As the beach took three days to travel the missionaries deemed it to be 90 miles long. But they didn’t take into account the slower pace of horses walking in sand. Whatever its length it was still very impressive and again not a pebble in ...