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In Maori legend, the North Island of New Zealand was an enormous fish, caught by the adventurer Maui. For this reason, Northland is sometimes known as "The tail of the fish", Te Hiku o Te Ika. Northland Maori claim that Kupe made landfall at the Hokianga (although others claim this was at Taipa) in Northland.
If the Maori regard the region as the birthplace of the country, there can be no doubt that it was the European starting-point for modern New Zealand. Traders, whalers and sealers were among the first arrivals, and the gum and timber of the mighty kauri trees brought the early colonisers.
Today you can enjoy a leisurely tour choosing your accommodation in Northland from a huge range of hotels, motels, motor inns and luxury boutique accommodation, or experience Kiwi hospitality in homes offering Bed & Breakfast, farmstays and homestays.
Here are some highlights of Northland not to be missed:
Tutukaka Coast B&B, Homestay
Prices from $135 to $185 per couple
Near Ngunguru, 20Km East of Whangarei. 5 Km from Tutukaka
PLease note that visitors must be triple vaccinated prior to visiting. Melva & Hilton welcome you to The Riverbank at this gorgeous setting among the fantails and warblers in a peaceful bush environment near to Ngunguru and Tutukaka in Northland, New Zealand. One large room with Queen bed, single a
Phone: 64 9 946 0074
Address: 12 Old Mill Lane, Ngunguru, Northland