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Located in Coromandel on the west coast of New Zealand's Coromandel Peninsula. Set amongst magnificent native bush overlooking the harbour. Anchor Lodge provides luxury Spa Apartments, Suites and modern Motel Chalets with Harbour/Bush views from private balconies, only 400 metres from the town centre. Enjoy our heated swimming pool and spa, glow worm cave, free mountain bikes and DVD library.
Abaco on Jervois offers quality accommodation located in the unique and trendy suburb of Ponsonby. Take a short, easy stroll to nearby cafes, shops and restaurants. Enjoy our comfortable apartments, which have all the amenities provided to ensure an enjoyable stay. These include free internet (100 MegaBytes per day), free on-site parking, SKY TV and air-conditioning in every room.
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Just 400 metres from the Abel Tasman National Park, beaches, restaurants, cafes, water taxis and kayaking, the Lodge is the perfect base to explore it. Park and walk to everything. Private ensuite timber chalets with all day sun and stunning views. Spa pool, sauna, BBQ, guest kitchen, laundry, room service breakfasts, parking, information & booking service.
Abel Tasman National Park is the smallest national park in the country. It's world famous for its coastal walking track and has many golden sandy beaches. Established in 1942 it is 22,530 hectares in size and the nearest towns are Takaka, Motueka and Kaiteriteri. Tui, bellbirds and pukeko can be seen in this area.
Thrilling two-hour-plus quad bike ride with glacial views and the thrill of riding through West Coast dense rainforest, braided riverbeds and glorious mud to emerge at an ancient terminal moraine and an outstanding view of the Franz Josef Glacier. Two-seater "Can-am" 400cc automatic quad bikes, no experience necessary. Ask about our combos with Air Safaris and Franz Skydive.
Discover one of the world's premier military aviation collections at the Air Force Museum of New Zealand; from aircraft, engines and assorted parts to medals and personal war stories. Come marvel at our collection, fly a simulator, take a guided tour and enjoy our children's activities. FREE ADMISSION, open daily.
A modern motel with 16 studio units and great hospitality. Comfortable and affordable from only NZ$95.00 per night including Continental breakfast. 100-metre walk to beautiful Buffalo Beach and 300-metre walk along the main street of Whitianga township, on the Pacific Coast of the Coromandel Peninsula.
Alpine Jet will take you deep into the foothills of the Southern Alps through the breathtaking Waimakariri River canyon. We are situated only 50 minutes from Christchurch Airport. Breathtaking views, excellent mixture of scenery and excitement, our safari tour option doubles as an eco-experience with magnificent scenery, native bush and wildlife.
Near the shores of Lake Te Anau in spacious, colourful grounds, close to town centre, restaurants and cinema. Family and pet friendly. Selection of units with queen or king-size beds. BBQ area, children's adventure playground, wireless Internet available in all rooms and 12 channels of freeview and Sky TV. Can arrange travel in Fiordland National Park at no extra cost.
We are a New Zealand based consultancy (specialising solely on New Zealand) creating innovative and imaginative self-drive itineraries tailored to your own requirements. We can offer you great diversity to take you off the beaten track and away from the mass tourism wherever possible to see and experience the REAL New Zealand.
Style and comfort at an affordable price, this sparkling new affordable self-catering lodge offers 16 rooms with en suite bathrooms. Doubles, twins and family rooms—most with king-size beds and awesome views. Guests will be treated to modern appointments, warmth, comfort, friendly personalised service and spectacular views of Mt Cook and the Southern Alps. Located midway between Queenstown and Christchurch.
Aoraki Mount Cook National Park contains over 20 mountain peaks over 3,000 metres tall including the counties highest mountain - Aoraki Mount Cook (made famous by Sir Edmond Hillary). Many walking, tramping and climbing options start in the Mt Cook village. Stargazing is one of the highlights.
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It's well worth driving to the Aorangi Forest Park in the Wairarapa (east of Wellington on the North Island). This park features some of New Zealand's most striking landforms and spectacular views which can enjoyed after a short walk. These landforms include: the Putangirua Pinnacles, high slabs of rock known as Kupe's Sail and the coastal Whatarangi Bluff
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