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Mountain Valley Adventure Lodge & Camping Ground

Other Rural Hawkes Bay
Prices from $70 to $130

Off SH5, 80km East of Taupo; 60km West of Napier

Mountain Valley Adventure Lodge & Camping Ground is a hidden gateway to the landscapes and legends of the Mohaka Valley; a magical rural retreat set on the banks of the Mohaka River, overlooked by the legendary Te Waka peak. Just 5 mins off SH5 between Napier & Taupo, Mountain Valley is an accessible and secluded piece of NZ wilderness in which to relax, refresh & recharge.

We pride ourselves in offering some of the finest horse treks in the country. Ranging from novice treks through the farm and along the river, through to experienced treks which are longer and into the bush, f

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Phone: +64 6 834 9756
Freephone: 0800 6856343 (MVLodge)
Address: 408 McVicar Road, RD2, Napier



Ocean Breeze Trekking Waimarama

Other Rural Hawkes Bay

Waimarama Hawke's Bay

Experiece our beautiful beach by horse back.
we offer you a magical horse ride along the golden sandy beach and through streams with spectacular views of the unique Bare Island.

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Phone: 027 215 8844
Freephone: 027 215 8844
Mobile (and SMS): 027 215 8844
Address: Gilray Place




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Mountain Valley Adventure Lodge and Camping Ground

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Ocean Breeze Trekking Waimarama

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