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Ninety Mile Beach

By Kyle, USA, November 2012

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The Northland of New Zealand is a vast expanse of rolling green pastures, windswept sand dunes and sheltered turquoise coves which all help to create one of the most scenic regions of the country. Thrusting northwards to its dramatic terminus at Cape Reinga, the Northland serves as the pointy end of the fishhook the demigod Maui mystically used to pull the islands from the sea. An area steeped in cultural history and natural wonder, one of the most popular visitor attractions in the area is the stretch of coast known as Ninety Mile Beach.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our New Zealand Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in New Zealand.

Photo courtesy of Nick Bramhall via Flickr.

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