Settlers Motel

Address: 24 Te Arahori Street, Turangi, North Island, 3334, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 24 Te Arahori Street, Turangi, is near Rafting New Zealand, Stratford Clock Tower, and Tongariro River.
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    Travel Blogs from Turangi

    Taranaki to Tongariro & the Chateau

    A travel blog entry by glesme on Apr 21, 2015

    22 photos

    ... of credit cards??? Next a stroll around Mount Repaheu including the wonderful silica rapids…….that had no water running through them, NONE! Esme then fancied a game of snooker in the hotel lounge, watching her use the rest was hilarious and I apologise for not filming it for all of you. Another night of the Spa bath and lush restaurant food, hellish I’m sure you’ll ...

    Walks on Waitangi - Tongariro Crossing Take II

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Feb 06, 2015

    15 photos

    ... in Coffs Harbour though!

    As we had an afternoon to ourselves, Mattijs and I decided to go for a warm-up walk in preparation for our mammoth hike the following day. Half an hour’s drive away was Whakapapa village where day walkers can take a two hour loop track to Taranaki Falls. A pleasant amble across the scoria plains, the landscape was littered with volcanic rubble from the imposing Mount Tongariro and Ngauruhoe looming ominously ...

    Tongariro Alpine Crossing

    A travel blog entry by ryanstark on Feb 03, 2015

    18 photos

    ... of the crater and realized that I had to go up a bit more, but could not tell how far because of the clouds

    - one I started climbing, the winds became more of a factor, and were blowing clouds over me, making me wet, thankfully I had my rain jacket on at this point

    - I climbed up to the ridge at the end of the crater and found out that I had to keep climbing up the ridge, but I still couldn’t see how far I had to go ( hint: I never knew how far I had to go ...

    12 miles is a long way in rented boots

    A travel blog entry by jroe on Jan 07, 2015

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    ... with some success. (2/3)

    Luckily the last 9km of the hike was pretty much all downhill down the mountain by large switch backs. After about 6km our feet were starting to hurt a bit from the rented boots. At this point, my feet were definitely hurting. I didn’t feel hugely physically tired because we had taken lots of breaks during the hard parts, but my feet were killing me. Halfway down we made a pit stop at ...

    The Countdown begins...

    A travel blog entry by gskleingeld on Dec 14, 2014

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    Sitting in Turangi, exactly one week before we are in Queenstown. We are all exhausted from the major cleanup we had to do to our little house. The idea that we are so close to our holiday keeps us energetic enough to keep going. Really starting to feel the excitement ...