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Top 50 places for travel & vacation in New Zealand. 41-50

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41.Mount Taranaki
Taranaki is a volcano in the western part of the North Island, New Zealand. The height is 2518 m. The volcano is very similar to the Japanese Mount Fuji. The mountain is a part of the Egmont National Park along with such volcanoes as Kaitake and Puakai. Mount Taranaki / Egmont is geologically young, began its activity about 135,000 years ago. The volcano itself sleeps and does not go out, so at any time Taranaki can wake up. In North Egmont and Dawson Falls on the southeast side there are centers for park visitors.
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42.Lyttelton
Lyttelton is a port city in New Zealand. The port serves a large number of cruise ships and merchant ships. Lyttelton is on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand on the shore of the eponymous bay. Protected by the Foundation for the Protection of Historic Places of New Zealand. Lyttelton is not only the oldest railway tunnel in the country, but also the longest road tunnel in New Zealand. Famous landmarks of the city are the port facilities and the former Holy Trinity Church.
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43.Emerald Lakes
Emerald Lakes are located in Tongariro National Park and is one of the most spectacular hiking trails in New Zealand and is considered the most popular. Emerald lakes, explosive craters filled with mineral-rich water draining from the Thermal Zone of the Red Crater. One of the most popular places for camping and camping. This is a magical place to visit, especially on a foggy day. Next to the ridge is a beautiful waterfall, which makes a picturesque recreation point.
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44.Cape Reinga
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Cape Reinga is the cape of the Aupouri peninsula, the northwestern extremity of the North Island of New Zealand, the boundary between the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean. At the cape ends a 90-mile beach, stretching along the entire western coast of the peninsula Aupouri. The picturesque cape is visited by many tourists. According to Maori beliefs, the Reing Cape is the place where the souls of the deceased descend to the bottom of the sea, travel along it to the islands of Three Kings, they climb up Mount Ohau and throw their last glance at their earthly home. Cape Rheing is in the preliminary list of UNESCO, awaiting the status of World Heritage.
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45.Te Whanganui-A-Hei
Te Whanganui-A-Hei is a bay on a beach stretch in Mercury Bay on the Coromandel Peninsula on the North Island of New Zealand north of Hahei. Despite its classification in the field of marine protection, the cave, as well as some bays in the area are easily accessible. On the beach of Hahei you can also take a small boat. A few kilometers south of Haeia is a tourist beach with hot water. This site was used by Disney, for filming the movie "The World of Narnia: Prince Caspian" (2008).
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46.Kahurangi National Park
Kahurangi National Park is a national park located on the northwestern tip of the South Island in New Zealand. The park is surrounded by a network of 500 km of pedestrian routes. In a vast area there are many diverse forms of relief - plateaus, valleys, mountains, caves and stony coasts. In the south the park is bordered by the Marine Reserve of Kuhuranga, one of the largest in the country. The park is an important tourist area, its rivers attract numerous fishermen and rafting enthusiasts. Visitors can order a variety of tours in Kahuranga, including fishing, hunting or hiking, as well as visiting the caves. In the park there are many huts and cottages, some of them equipped with gas stoves for cooking.
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47.Piha
Piha is a coastal village on the west coast of Auckland, on the North Island in New Zealand. This is one of the most popular beaches in the area and the main area for day trips. The area is known for unspoiled nature and two beaches for surfing. Two Surf Lifesaving clubs provide patrols in a pair in the summer. Piha Surf Life Saving Club, home of the Piha Rescue series, patrols a beach site south of Lion Rock. The brightest moment on the beach of Piha is a rock called Lion Rock, which is about 16 million years old.
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48.Punakaiki coast
Punakaiki is a small community in the west of the South Island on the edge of the Paparoa National Park in New Zealand. Very popular tourist destination. Known for its dolomite and limestone mountains. Pancake Rocks (in Spanish "pancake rocks") is one of the main tourist centers in the region, located in Dolomite Point, south of the city. Pancake Rocks can be explored along the paths, some of which are accessible to wheelchairs.
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49.Whangarei Falls
Whangarei Falls is a 26 meter high waterfall on the Hātea River in Whangarei, New Zealand. The waterfall itself is excellent and picturesque. It's easy to get there, you can even get under the waterfall, though it's a little harder. The highest mountain in the vicinity of Fangarei is called Parihaqa and is located to the east of the city. At the top of the mountain there is a military memorial and an observation deck. A little further is the park named after A.Kh. Reed (A H Reed), a famous New Zealand writer and defender of Fangarey forests. The park is famous for hanging paths at an altitude of 5-10 meters.
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50.Huka Falls
Huka Falls are located in Wairakei, a tourist park, just north of Taupo. The Huka Falls are a set of waterfalls on the Waikato River that flows into the Taupo Lake in New Zealand. The most spectacular is the last stage of the 11-meter-high waterfall. The waterfall falls from a cliff about 35 feet high into a deep round basin. The waterfall has several fantastic viewing platforms that allow visitors to admire the beautiful view of the Huka waterfalls. There is also a pedestrian bridge that covers the Waikato River.
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