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Kerikeri Cruising Club Marina, Northland, New Zealand
Kerikeri Cruising Club Marina is located on New Zealand’s North Island, in the Kerikeri inlet of the Bay of Islands. This is an ideal cruising and sailing area, with 140 islands of which the largest, Urupukapuka, is the only one accessible to the public. An all-inclusive destination, the island features beaches, historic and archaeological landmarks, snorkeling and kayaking, restaurants and bars. This region of New Zealand is called Northland – stretching from the Auckland region to the top of the island – and is known for its diverse natural beauty that includes white-sand beaches, forests of giant Kauri trees, picturesque islands and huge sand dunes. It has a subtropical climate all year-round, making it an ideal vacation spot. Discover the Ninety Mile Beach, renowned for spectacular sunsets and boasting one of the best left hand surf breaks in the world. This beach is officially a highway (suitable only for 4x4 vehicles) with activities ranging from surfcasting and swimming to bodyboarding down the sand dunes.
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Attractions in Northland
Northland is a region located in the Northern part of New Zeeland. It is also nicknamed the Far North because it’s the furthest area on the north of the island. The most prominent city of the region is Kerikeri. Northland is surrounded by waters on both sides, in the East, it bathes in the Pacific Ocean, while the Western coast is bathed by the Tasman Sea. This privileged position allowed the local tourism to flourish and nowadays hundreds of tourists visit this region regularly.
Northland was originally inhabited by the Māori population. This region boasts some of the oldest Māori settlements in New Zeeland and local legends sustain that Northland was the birthplace of what is now the country of New Zeeland.
The complex relief of the region and the land’s resources made living possible for hundreds of years.The relief is mostly made up of hills and forests, and a large surface of the region comprises fertile land. One of ... more info
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