Pukenui Lodge Motel

Address: 3 Pukenui Wharf Road, Pukenui, Northland, North Island, 0484, New Zealand | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 3 Pukenui Wharf Road, Pukenui, is near Te Puia and Wai Ora Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from Pukenui

    Geothermal day

    A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Jun 17, 2015

    3 photos

    ... as the ground is hot and may just give way under your feet. We were hoping to get to see Orakei Korako,said to be one of the finest thermal areas in New Zealand. We arrived probably too late in the day to fully appreciate it so we were allowed to park up and camp,our first time off grid. It's a bit weird looking at the car park and just seeing steam seeping out of the ground next to the ...

    Powhiri - A Maori Greeting to New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on May 04, 2015

    6 photos

    ... it feeds off when they become trapped in their snare, a long shot like thread dangling down from the roof of the cave. The bi-product of all of this is a wonderful, starry night type scene to watch as you are drifting down the underground stream in the cave. To top it off we even sung 'Wonderwall' together as we floated along in the blackness! (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arachno campa_luminosa). There are eels in the caves and we saw evidence of rats and some of the group ...

    Roto(n)rua

    A travel blog entry by dave.lau.travel on Apr 10, 2015

    6 photos

    ... world and was a great way to spend a drizzly few hours. Our time here happened to coincide with a night food market, sweet as. Pretty much all the food options were less than $10 and there were free samples! There was a singer playing a guitar, singing mainly Jack Johnson, and we bumped into our fellow Strays so it was a good spot to spend a few hours eating, swapping travelling stories and mainly going back for more free samples. Our afternoon has ...

    A walk on the wild side

    A travel blog entry by rich070 on Feb 09, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... consumed I hit the road to find the start of the path. It took me a little while, as I'm still used to things the uk way. Big signposted, developed infrastructure at all landmarks, where as here, it's more like someone sneaks out in the night, hand paints a sign on a bit of driftwood, and leans it up against a tree! Anyway, once parked up I hit the trail! The first 20 mins or so was fine. Nice little path, a few gates and some ...

    Chasing waterfalls.

    A travel blog entry by mckenna.simone on Jan 08, 2015

    20 photos

    ... down. Next we went to the fire pit to see how they would prepare for the hungi which when translated means feast. The lamb and chicken was cooked underground in a massive stone pit, heated by volcanic rocks and then the vegetables were put on top and covered in dirt for about 5 hours. It was awesome to see how our meal was cooked for tonight. But before we got to feast, we watched the cultural show where up to 20 Maori men and women danced and sang to show their culture ...