Waitomo is famous for the glow worm cave, first explored by Tane Tinorau, a local Maori Chief. Millions of glow worms sparkle ... More
Waitomo is famous for the glow worm cave, first explored by Tane Tinorau, a local Maori Chief. Millions of glow worms sparkle above as visitors float through the cave on boats. Aranui cave is more of an adventure, with spectacular cave formations and huge chambers. The final cave, Ruakuri, is for adventurers on guided black water rafting trips and other rugged tours. To the north is the Otorohanga Kiwi House where you can see the elusive national icon in artificial darkness.
The glow worms were really cool, but so was the black water rafting in the cave and repeling into the cave. The water was really cold, so I must say summer is the best time to do this - we were a little early being there in Oct.
This small and elegantly understated dealer gallery overlooks the trees of lower Albert Park. Art here tends to be intellectual,
sophisticated and avant garde. Anna Bibby Gallery represents such well regarded artists as Emily Wolfe, Denys Watkins, Stanley Palmer, ...
Stretching from the cliffs overlooking Maori Bay and the Gannet Colony north to Kaipara Head, Muriwai Beach with its fine
black sand is popular with surfers, families, surfcasters and dune buggies. You can drive all the way north, some ...
This is the ideal excursion to take in a country famous for its clean green image. This company has access
to some of the more beautiful plant life on display in the greater Auckland area. There are three regularly ...
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