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Nature Preserve
“Cultural - Sightseeing, walks. Also check out the sand dunes on the way there. ”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“If you go to the far north then you must come out here to the very northernmost tip of New Zealand.”
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Nachbarschaft
“Sand Surfing on the Giant Te Paki Sand Dunes For those of us who are thrill seekers …. try Sand-surfing, its totally exhilarating, and very fast. You can hire sand boards on site. It is best to do this as these boards are specifically designed for sand, are easily controlled and can slide fast down the slopes.”
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Point of Interest
“A natural wonder, where the river is the road and the weather changes the dunes.... If your brave enough hire a sand board and ride the dunes...”
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Park
“Nice place t have a picnic and reflect after you have experienced the top of New Zealand”
  • 3 Einheimischen empfohlen
Store
“On your way up to Cape Reinga make sure you stop for an ice cream, just be warned they are large...”
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Locality
“Top of NZ and wekll worth the visist It can be done in a day return if you start early”
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Campground
“Spirits Bay. This remote bay is a must. It is spectacular and steeped in Maori myth and stories. It is well worth the trip along the gravel road and is the ideal place for a picnic lunch. To quote Wikipedia The bay is considered a sacred place in Māori culture as according to local legend, it is the location where spirits of the dead gather to depart from this world to travel to their ancestral home (or afterlife) from a large old pōhutukawa tree above the bay. The bay has two Māori names, Piwhane and Kapowairua, the latter meaning to “catch the spirit”, derived from a Māori language saying that translates into English as: “I can shelter from the wind. But I cannot shelter from the longing ”
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Natural Feature
“Great on high tide as the estuary that is on the side fills up and safe for kids to swim also beach is a great little place to swim bbq tables are there if you take your lunch down great day out also walks from the Cape or from Taputuputu Bay to Pandora bay if your keen trampers ”
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Natural Feature
Campground
“Last bay before Cape Reinga. Great place to camp - cold water, toilets available. Easy walk to Cape Reinga”
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Route
“Giant Sand Dunes are a great sight the only thing we are missing is the Camels this a great day for Adults and kids you can hire Sand Boards from Rose and Dave Spicer right there.”
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Point of Interest
“A place of very cultural significance. Top of NZ. All very unique to the Winterless Far North & the famous 90 mile Beach”
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