Pacific Coast Motor Lodge

41 Landing Road, Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 41 Landing Road, Whakatane, is near Ohope Beach, Whale Island Tours - Swim With Dolphins, and Whale and Dolphin Watch.
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    Travel Blogs from Whakatane

    Kawerau Thermal Motel

    A travel blog entry by edsutch on Jan 04, 2014

    5 photos

    ... back for feeding! Thursday, the weather was nice again after the rain from a few days earlier - the jobs today didn't involve any cleaning, just cutting the lawns all over. Nothing too strenuous just a few hours work and then we got the rest of the morning and day off to go and explore Rotorua, we had read that it was the final day of the New Years activities so would head down there in the evening to see what was going on. First up we went to the Blue Lake - Lake Tikitapu, as did ...

    Active marine volcano crater

    A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jul 13, 2013

    11 photos

    ... and we hopped on the large and beautiful boat and headed out to sea, past rocky islands that stood like guardians and frantically flying seagulls on the hunt for food. After a safety briefing and a hand out of the safety gear (a hard hat and gas mask) we were moored next to the spectacular and ominous White Island. The history of this savagely active volcano is long and detailed including several failed attempts at sulphur mining and a list of eruptions as long as may ...

    Bay of Plenty

    A travel blog entry by jessicalewin on Apr 03, 2013

    ... meet modern life. Seeing the village was interesting, but I definitely wanted to learn more.

    That evening we drove to Kerosene Creek, a river heated up by geothermal activity, known only to locals. We found the road where random cars were parked in the middle of nowhere and walked to the river (after locking/hiding our valuables, as its known for car break-ins!) Feeling unwell, I wasn't in the mood for walking 3km just to sit in a river, but it was worth ...

    Checking in

    A travel blog entry by travlguru on Mar 14, 2013

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... up lately so he needs to take it out much more often than what he has. I forget it if was Friday or Saturday night. I think Friday, we went into Whakatane to see this new Maori museum that neither Heather nor Craig had been too. It was a 10 minute video of how their main hand carved house (that took three years to build) was taken away as punishment by the English and it wasn't given back for 100 years but rather passed around the world and sitting ...