With 15,000 kilometers of coastline, New Zealand is paradise for beach-enthusiasts. Its shores dish up everything from laid back days and bursting nightlife, to adventures, for instance, swimming, kayaking and surfing. Discovering an incredible shoreline has been made easy with our pick of the 5 best of them.
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Ninety Mile Beach
It's no more a secret that Ninety Mile Beach is in fact just 88km, however it’s impossible that you'll feel scammed here. Beginning close to Kaitaia and ending near to Cape Reinga – it’s an epic field of sand and unending sea, sponsored by gigantic dunes that are bound to place sand in your jeans. Just short of the Cape is Te Paki Stream parking. A walkway from here unveils the shoreline and northwards to Scott Point.
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New Chums Beach
Excellent shorelines proliferate in the Coromandel Peninsula, yet New Chums gloats about its tranquility. It's really just thirty minutes stroll from Whangapoua car park, but the route is quite rugged and requires a bit of patience so most people lack the courage to undertake it. The outcome of all the pain which you bear is a brilliant shoreline, an ocean so sparkling, pohutukawa trees so twisted, that its magnificence can take your breath away. Moreover, you may have it all for yourself.
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Picking the best shoreline in Abel Tasman National Park isn't simple, for its coastline brags one seductress after another. Harbor stakes a solid claim not just for its sheer magnificence – a delicately slanting bend of brilliant sand, bordered with dense woods – additionally for its entrance to a dazzling stretch of the waterfront Great Walk. It's pragmatic to overnight in the preservation camping area or cabin, which permits time to take the short outing to supernatural Cleopatra's Pool.
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The waterfront crescendo of Kahurangi National Park's multi-day Heaphy Track, this remote shoreline can likewise be attained from the northern limit of the West Coast Road. Also, what a voyage is, the seriously beautiful commute through Karamea to Kohaihai, the end-of-the-line outdoors in a grand estuary setting. From that point you can wander into the national park, over a low slope to Scott's Beach. Prone to be covered in a salt fog, the overwhelming scene highlights rugged rocks, nikau palm woodland, and effective waves mauling at the driftwood-strewn shoreline.
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Tucked around the corner, the splendid and blustery waterfront suburb of Sumner is a perfect recipe for an epic day at the shoreline. It's a well known spot for local people, who turn up as huge mob carrying with them a playful, cerebral vibe. The sandy shoreline clamors with swimmers and surfers (and lifeguards), while the town's bistros and eateries produce dessert, espresso and burger.
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