Waikato

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The Waikato is a region of the North Island of New Zealand that lies to the south of Auckland and is named for the Waikato River that traverses its length. The Waikato River has several hydroelectric dams and the manmade lakes behind them are used for a range of water sports.

The Arapuni Suspension Bridge over the Waikato River

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This area of New Zealand is partly agricultural, with dairying being the major agri-industry.

Within the region there are also areas of incredible natural value - such as the Coromandel Peninsula, Mt Pirongia, Waitomo, and more.

Get in[edit]

Newmans Coach Lines operates a premium sightseeing tours throughout the North Island.

InterCity Coachlines is New Zealand's national coach company and operates over 150 services to more than 600 destinations nationwide.

NakedBus may be really cheap if you order in advance.

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  • Ruakuri Cave at Waitomo, offers a captivating blend of Waitomo's most compelling subterranean experiences you will enter and begin a spiral 1.6 km descent from ground level via an incredible drum entrance and walkway into the underground cave.

Do[edit]

  • Creative workshops. Take part in a creative workshop: Spend a day with local artists and learn their skills and passion.

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