Yha Ahipara

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

Northland Road Trip!!

A travel blog entry by kalie on Aug 24, 2014

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... Cape Reinga, so we started our journey the next day. The drive to the top of the North Island is about 3.5 hours, and we went straight to the top. There we saw the lighthouse, and a couple of Germans that we had met in Whangeri. We stopped for lunch just south of there, on a beach with white sand, and then started on our journey back.

On the way back from Cape Reinga, we stopped at the sand dunes - there are ...

Over the hills to Ahipara

A travel blog entry by dawn.turner.1 on Mar 20, 2014

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... washing and taking in the vista we headed to the bar. David, one of our gang, was celebrating his birthday so we gathered for drinks in the bar before dinner.
Dinner was lovely, most of us opting for the stonegrill menu (we call it a pierrade) which is a stone slab heated to 400 degrees on which you then cook your own fish or meats.

Another great day and evening was had by all.

Tomorrow is our longest day so it's an early night for ...

Oh we do like to be beside the seaside!

A travel blog entry by barbaramorse9 on Feb 11, 2014

6 comments, 4 photos

... sensitive creatures, they had obviously felt our distress and disappointment that morning and laid in wait for the very ferry we were on. Someone tells us that they visit gthe area once every three years and eat the stingrays; so unlucky for the poor old stingrays, but a result for us. (We used to be sensitive vegetarians, you know...)

All things considered, we are sorry to leave Opononi, it seems like an enchanted place. ...

Waitangi Treaty Grounds - Friend or Foe?

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jan 03, 2014

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... American. It's one of those visits that everyone at some time in their lives tries to make. Here the indigenous Maori tribes and the British government’s representative signed a treaty and the country of New Zealand was formed. There is lots of history here which you can read on the internet – what stands out for me from this visit is how young a ...

Empty beaches, forest camping and surf

A travel blog entry by shengandbine on Nov 22, 2013

3 comments

Hey family, For the first time in 3 days we have WiFi again so here is a new post :) The past days have already been so eventful, it feels like we've been here much longer. I also think we both have a bit of a jetlag because we get up around 7 every morning - not something I would usually do on vacation. ;) But at least this way we make the most of our days here... On tuesday we picked up our camper - a super super new mercedes van of about 7 meters ...