Auckland, New Zealand - Auckland, New Zealand 13 days trip

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Auckland, New Zealand

0 nights Sat. Dec 28

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Whangarei, New Zealand

2 nights Sat. Dec 28-Mon. Dec 30

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Paihia, New Zealand

2 nights Mon. Dec 30-Wed. Jan 01

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Piha, New Zealand

2 nights Wed. Jan 01-Fri. Jan 03

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Coromandel Town, New Zealand

2 nights Fri. Jan 03-Sun. Jan 05

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Rotorua, New Zealand

2 nights Sun. Jan 05-Tue. Jan 07

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Waitomo Caves, New Zealand

1 night Tue. Jan 07-Wed. Jan 08

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Auckland, New Zealand

1 night Wed. Jan 08-Thu. Jan 09

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Things to do in and around Auckland

  • Auckland skyline
  • Sky Tower above the CBD
  • Auckland view
  • Auckland War Memorial Museum
  • Twin Oak Drive - Cornwall Park - Auckland - New Zealand
  • Waiheke Island
  • Tiritiri Matangi Island off the Whangaparoa Peninsula
   
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Auckland

New Zealand, Auckland region

CultureFoodNight lifeHistoric0 nightsSat. Dec 28

Famed for its cultural diversity and vibrant energy, this metropolis boasts parks and museums, two harbors, and great restaurants.

Auckland in the North Island of New Zealand, is the largest and most populous urban area in the country. Auckland has a population of 1,454,300 - 32 percent of New Zealand's population. It is part of the wider Auckland Region, which includes the rural areas and towns north and south of the urban area, plus the islands of the Hauraki Gulf, resulting in a total population of 1,570,500 that is governed by the Auckland Council. Auckland also has the largest Polynesian population of any city in the world. In Maori, Auckland's name is Tamaki Makaurau and the adaptation of Auckland, to suit Maori phonetic rules, is Akarana.
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Things to do in and around Whangarei

  • Whangarei
  • Whangarei Quarry Gardens
  • Whangarei
  • Walkway
  • Whangarei
  • Whangarei Falls
  • Goat Island, NZ
  • Elusive Kiwi
  • Whangarei
  • Tiritiri Matangi Island off the Whangaparoa Peninsula
  • Schooling Koheru, Poor Knights, NZ. I love scuba diving!
  • Altaic Warrior
  • Ruakaka beach. Northland, New Zealand.  #ruakaka #northland #newzealand #seascape #landscape #android #snapseed  #samsung #i9300 #cynogenmod
   
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Whangarei

New Zealand, Northland region

ActiveCultureNature2 nightsSat. Dec 28 - Mon. Dec 30

With a great arts scene, pristine beaches, and lovely hikes through the nearby forests and mountains, this northern city is a gem.

Whangarei is the northernmost city in New Zealand and the regional capital of Northland Region. The Whangarei Art Museum is located in the Town Basin. There are also artisan markets held at the nearby Canopy Bridge. The Quarry Arts Centre is located on the edge of the Western Hills in the Avenues. Other attractions include the nearby Whangarei Falls, the National Clocks Museums, the memorial park, and others.
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Things to do in and around Paihia

  • Paihia
  • Paihia
  • The Rock at anchor
  • Mangrove forest in the Bay of Islands
  • IMG_5419 Bouncy Slide part 1
  • Whangarei Falls
  • Waipoua Kauri Forest
  • St. Paul's Anglican Church
  • Rainbow Falls, Kerikeri
  • Schooling Koheru, Poor Knights, NZ. I love scuba diving!
  • Altaic Warrior
  • Sea Arch
   
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Paihia

New Zealand, Bay of Islands region

BeachesActiveNature2 nightsMon. Dec 30 - Wed. Jan 01

The best town for exploring the Bay of Islands, this town is known for its stunning scenery and array of water sport opportunities.

Paihia is the main tourist town in the Bay of Islands in the far north of the North Island of New Zealand. It is located close to the historic towns of Russell and Kerikeri, 60 kilometres north of Whangarei. Missionary Henry Williams named the mission station Marsden's Vale and eventually the Paihia became the accepted name of the settlement. Nearby to the north is the historic settlement of Waitangi, and the residential and commercial area of Haruru Falls is to the west. The port and township of Opua, and the small settlement of Te Haumi, lie to the south. The population of Paihia was 1770 in the 2006 Census, a decrease of 69 from 2001.
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Things to do in and around Piha

  • Stunning Morning in Paradise
  • Busy Town of Clyde
  • Waiheke Island
  • Tiritiri Matangi Island off the Whangaparoa Peninsula
  • Auckland skyline
  • Waitakere Ranges
  • Layered Sunrise
  • Bethells Beach
   
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Piha

New Zealand

2 nightsWed. Jan 01 - Fri. Jan 03

An off-the-beaten-path destination with authentic New Zealandian atmosphere.

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Things to do in and around Coromandel Town

  • Coromandel Town
  • Coromandel Town
  • Waiheke Island
  • Tiritiri Matangi Island off the Whangaparoa Peninsula
  • Auckland skyline
  • Layered Sunrise
  • Bade- und Grabespass am Hot Water Beach
  • Cathedral Cove
   
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Coromandel Town

New Zealand, Waikato region

BeachesNatureFoodActive2 nightsFri. Jan 03 - Sun. Jan 05

Feel like you're in paradise in this gorgeous town, known for its beautiful bays, majestic waterfalls, and delicious fresh seafood.

Coromandel is a town on the Coromandel Harbour, on the western side of the Coromandel Peninsula, which is on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand. It is 75 kilometres east of the city of Auckland, although the road between them, which winds around the Firth of Thames and Hauraki Gulf coasts, is 190 km long The town was named after the peninsula, which was named after HMS Coromandel, which sailed into the harbour in 1820.[2] At one time Coromandel Harbour was a major port serving the peninsula's gold mining and kauri industries. An old gold stamper battery is still in fully operational working order. Today, the town's main industries are tourism and mussel farming.
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Things to do in and around Rotorua

  • Looking Down At Rotorua
  • Maori Performers, Tamaki Maori Village, Rotorua
  • Rotorua - Hells Gate
  • Whakarewarewa Thermal Village, Rotorua
  • Geyser, Te Puia, Rotorua
  • Huka Falls 7
  • Devil's Bath, Wai-o-Tapu, North Island, New Zealand.
  • Rotorua Government Gardens
  • Mountain Biking in Rotorua, New Zealand (c) TRAILSOURCE.COM
  • Kuirau Park, Rotorua
  • museum
  • DSC00022
  • Waitomo Cave
  • green & blue
  • Ohinemutu Maori meeting house
  • Rotorua
  • St. Faiths church, Rotorua
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  • Lion cub at Paradise Valley Wildlif Park
   
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Rotorua

New Zealand, Bay of Plenty region

NatureActiveCulture2 nightsSun. Jan 05 - Tue. Jan 07

Famed for its geothermal activity, this city is favored by travelers and offers an array of geysers, hot springs, and mud pools.

Rotorua, ("The second great lake of Kahumatamomoe") is a city on the southern shores of the lake of the same name, in the Bay of Plenty Region of New Zealand's North Island. Rotorua is a major destination for both domestic and international tourists; the tourism industry is by far the largest industry in the district. It is known for its geothermal activity, and features geysers – notably the Pohutu Geyser at Whakarewarewa – and hot mud pools. This thermal activity is sourced to the Rotorua caldera, on which the town lies. Rotorua is home to the Waiariki Institute of Technology. The Lakes of Rotorua are a collection of many lakes surrounding Rotorua.
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Things to do in and around Waitomo Caves

  • Waitomo Cave
  • Waitomo Caves Hotel
  • Huka Falls 7
  • The Aranui limestone cave
  • Conifer leaf
  • Blue Damselfly – Kekewai
   
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Waitomo Caves

New Zealand, Waikato region

NatureActive1 nightTue. Jan 07 - Wed. Jan 08

A web of popular limestone caves, offering a range of tours from easy to extreme, famed for its glow-worm colonies and stalactites.

The Waitomo Caves is a village and solutional cave system forming a major tourist attraction in the northern King Country region of the North Island of New Zealand, 12 kilometres northwest of Te Kuiti. The community of Waitomo Caves itself is very small, though the village has many temporary service workers living there as well. The word Waitomo comes from the Māori language wai meaning water and tomo meaning a doline or sinkhole; it can thus be translated to be water passing through a hole. The caves are formed in Oligocene limestone.
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Things to do in and around Auckland

  • Auckland skyline
  • Sky Tower above the CBD
  • Auckland view
  • Auckland War Memorial Museum
  • Twin Oak Drive - Cornwall Park - Auckland - New Zealand
  • Waiheke Island
  • Tiritiri Matangi Island off the Whangaparoa Peninsula
  • New Zealand 2011
  • Auckland Art Gallery
  • Rangitoto
  • Friday Ride
  • Waitakere Ranges
  • Layered Sunrise
   
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Auckland

New Zealand, Auckland region

CultureFoodNight lifeHistoric1 nightWed. Jan 08 - Thu. Jan 09

Famed for its cultural diversity and vibrant energy, this metropolis boasts parks and museums, two harbors, and great restaurants.

Auckland in the North Island of New Zealand, is the largest and most populous urban area in the country. Auckland has a population of 1,454,300 - 32 percent of New Zealand's population. It is part of the wider Auckland Region, which includes the rural areas and towns north and south of the urban area, plus the islands of the Hauraki Gulf, resulting in a total population of 1,570,500 that is governed by the Auckland Council. Auckland also has the largest Polynesian population of any city in the world. In Maori, Auckland's name is Tamaki Makaurau and the adaptation of Auckland, to suit Maori phonetic rules, is Akarana.
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