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Marlborough truly is an outdoor paradise offering year-round sunshine and a diverse landscape of land and water. From cruising the sparkling waters of the Marlborough Sounds and swimming with dolphins, to wine tours.
Home to some of New Zealand's most serene farmland, lush countryside and sparkling waters, the township of Picton is located at the head of Queen Charlotte Sound and is a renowned tourist destination as well as the gateway to the spectacular South Island.
Sprawled on the eastern slopes of Lake Taupo, the township is considered a holiday town and as such, one would expect to find the standard souvenir shops and chain stores... but don't be fooled!
Located in the central North Island region, Taupo really is in the middle of the North Island, which makes it the perfect base for your North Island holiday! Taupo is situated at the crossroads of the North Island.
Labelled the 'Events Capital of New Zealand', the Lake Taupo region hosts an array of annual events, featuring some of the biggest in New Zealand, so no matter what time of year you visit.
The world’s trout fishing capital is also rich in Maori culture and well known for its many natural wonders, including the largest fresh water lake in Australasia, the best one day hike in New Zealand, as well as the largest ski area.
Lake Taupo and surrounding areas have gained international recognition for the areas diverse selection of award winning restaurants, cafes, food markets and unique deli's.
The moment you arrive in Taupo, either via coach, plane or vehicle, you will be impressed with the huge selection of holiday and corporate accommodation on offer.
Sprawled on the eastern slopes of Lake Taupo, the township is considered a holiday town and as such, one would expect to find the standard souvenir shops and chain stores.
Rotorua is situated in the central North Island of New Zealand, making it easily accessible from most parts of New Zealand and the world! As a popular tourist destination, Rotorua is part of The Great New Zealand Touring Route on the Thermal Explorer Highway and the Pacific Coast Highway.
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