Point View Lodge

Address: 20 Chesham Ave., Taupo, North Island, 3330, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 20 Chesham Ave., Taupo, is near Tongariro Crossing, Mt Ruapehu Ski Resort, Taupo Bungy, and Wairakei Natural Thermal Valley.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Point View Lodge Taupo

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Travel Blogs from Taupo

New Zealand - accidentally climbing a mountain!

A travel blog entry by flipflopstop on Feb 25, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... the bus at 4:25! I have never been so happy to see a bus in all my life!!! The tour bus driver lady signed us in and enjoyed hearing this story of hell! And was very amused at our ***** hanging our of our ripped pants! I think we are pretty famous now. People who we have met who did the walk after us said how their bus driver spoke of two english girls who accidentally climbed mount doom! Apparently we are the first people to ever climb the mountain by accident! Thats just ...

Taupo

A travel blog entry by hippler on Feb 23, 2015

9 photos

... bit before heading inland to Taupo. Our first stop was the tiny town of Maketu, famous for the Maketu Pies. Hot Pies are big here. They're the savory kind usually, like a pot pie. We bought a few (they're small) and had a nice lunch on the beach at a park. We love that there are a lot of free public restrooms everywhere. And they're clean! Amazing. We got so tired of having to hunt places for bathrooms in Europe, only to find you have ...

Taupo to Rotorua

A travel blog entry by kas19 on Feb 22, 2015

... PM we regrouped to drive out to Hell's Gate another geothermal area with sulphur springs and mud pools that you could wade in. We abided the advice of the front desk and purchased some ammonia to wash our bathing suits with post soak. The mud pools were plumb full of asian tourists so we soaked in the sulphur pools gazing at the bubbling water and mud beyond the spas boundaries. While the natural pools and mud ...

That's what you call a lake too (2)

A travel blog entry by stevecherylmoss on Jan 26, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... t really exist to be truthful the All blacks rugby team have more shops dedicated to them than tourist shops. T shirts are mainly the same everywhere for adults and kids there is no tacky gifts, there are a lot of NZ themed T towels and there is a lovely shop " Simply New Zealand " which sells a lot of quality gifts. What is still amazing me is the cost of clothes and shoes especially. It is off the scale and we are not even talking designer stuff just ...

NZ Xtreme- bungy, cliff hanger and sky diving!

A travel blog entry by mckenna.simone on Jan 04, 2015

16 photos

... be the best one to start with as we were both a little nervous about the other activities. I was most nervous about the bungy and Scott with the sky diving. After getting our harnessed locked together and checked, they released us 40m above the ground where we swung over the clear blue water below us. It gave us both a massive adrenaline rush as it feels like you're going to hit the cliff before it actually swings you down over the water. We had a short ...