Waikato Visitor Information
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Maaori Guided Bush Walk to Bridal Veil Falls, Raglan. Experience New Zealand’s stunning natural bush at twilight with our local Maaori guides as they take you back in time and share the stories of their Tainui peoples’ connection with this special place, Bridal Veil Falls (Waireeinga). A cultural experience that will touch the heart and spirit of people.
Freedom camping is permitted in many places in New Zealand but the rules vary in each community. To be certain about local camping regulations, we recommend you check out the freedomcamping.org website and get the Camping NZ or Camper Mate app. You can also ask at an i-SITE or Department of Conservation visitor centre or holiday park. #explorerespectNZ
Mobile-friendly - We are the closest motel to the world-famous glow worm caves. Warm, affordable motel accommodation in a picturesque location. Range of fully self-contained ground-floor units with modern facilities. Friendly hosts keen to assist you in enjoying this world-acclaimed area. Close to many recreational activities and venues.
Think 1950s and go back in time when you visit Kawhia, a sleepy, quiet and isolated coastal town on the North Island's west coast (about two hours drive from Auckland). The local population of about 650 increases by up to 10,000 people who come to the annual Kai Fest held in February, but for the most of the year, Kawhia is
Waitomo is situated in the King Country of the southern Waikato region in New Zealand's North Island and whilst predominantly a dairy farming region, it is also known for its beautiful cave systems. The Waitomo caves are a popular destination for visitors because of their stunning stalactites and stalagmites, colonies of glowworms and caving activities. The Waitomo caves.
The Karapiro Section of the Waikato River Trails is wide and smooth, ideal as a one day cycling or tramping adventure. It is an intermediate grade track, with a couple of short, steep areas.
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