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Tauranga Yacht & Power Boat , Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

Tauranga Yacht & Power Boat Club is located at the entrance of Tauranga Harbor in the Bay of Plenty, on the North Island of New Zealand. The Bay of Plenty region is home spectacular beaches, juicy kiwifruit and New Zealand's only active marine volcano. The club is a convenient five-minute drive from downtown Tauranga and the Tauranga Airport. A ten-minute drive places you at the fabulous beaches at the foot of Mount Maunganui, that occupies a peninsula at the southern end of Tauranga Harbor. The peninsula is actually a huge sandbar, with a sheltered bay on the inner harbor side and a surf beach on the ocean side. Tauranga is the largest city in the Bay of Plenty, where you can go sailing, fishing or dolphin watching and enjoy the coastal environment. You can arrange to visit the active volcano White Island from any city in the Bay of Plenty. Guided tours will lead you right into the huge main crater. Since the volcano spews debris and toxic gas, you will be provided with hard hats and gas masks.

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Attractions in Bay of Plenty

Bay of Plenty is located on the North Coast of New Zeeland neighboring the Coromandel peninsula in the South and the Kaimai – Mamaku ranges in the East. Bathing in the deep waters of the Pacific Ocean, this area offers multiple touristic attractions for those who love sunbathing and water sports. Visiting these amazing land tourists have a chance to discover a complex and beautiful landscape including active volcanoes and numerous islands with both rocky and sandy beaches. The early inhabitants of this region were the Maori. Later, in the 18th century, this land was subject to European exploration which gradually led to the white’s man settlement and gave way to a continuous cultural blend process which lasted for several centuries. Today, the bay’s various influences are still present in the local cuisine, architecture, and customs. If you chose the Bay of Plenty as your next holiday destination there are dozens touristic s... more info