New Chums beach; Picture courtesy – creativelunatics.com
With 15,000 kilometers of enigmatic coastline, New Zealand is heaven for shoreline devotees. Its shores dish up everything from laid back days and blasting dusk, to adrenaline pumping; for example, swimming, kayaking and surfing. Finding an unfathomable shoreline has been made simple with our pick of the 5 best of them.
Ninety Mile Beach
Ninety Mile Beach; Picture courtesy –nzstatic.com
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Te Paki Stream; Picture courtesy –mygola.com
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Truth be told, Ninety Mile Beach is only 88km; on the other hand, it's no way that you'll feel misled here. Starting near to Kaitaia and finishingclose to Cape Reinga – it's an epic field of sand and unending ocean, supported by massive rises that are sure to place sand in your pants. Barely shy of the Cape is Te Paki Stream parking. A walkway from here divulges the shoreline and northwards to Scott Point.
New Chums Beach
New Chums Beach; Picture courtesy – lowcostairlines.com
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New Chums Beach; Picture courtesy –img.over-blog-kiwi.com
Choices of incredible shorelines abound in the Coromandel Peninsula, yet New Chums gloats about its peacefulness. It's truly only thirty minutes walk across Whangapoua parking lot; however the course is truly tough and obliges a touch of perseverance so a great many people do not have the courage to attempt it. The result of all the agony which you bear is a splendid shoreline, a sea so shining, pohutukawa trees so twisted, that its heavenliness can blow your mind. Additionally, you may have it just for yourself.
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Anchorage Hut; Picture courtesy –govt.nz
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Picking the best sbeach in Abel Tasman National Park isn’t a cakewalk, for its coastline gloats one enchantress after another. Harbor stakes a strong claim not only for its sheer greatness – a smoothly inclining twist of splendid sand, flanked with thick woods – furthermore for its passage to a stunning stretch of the waterfront Great Walk. It's good to stay overnight in the protected range (in a lodge), which allows time to take the short excursion to ethereal Cleopatra's Pool.
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Kohaihai Camping ground; Picture courtesy –rankers.co.nz
Scott’s beach; Picture courtesy –karameafarmbaches.co.nz
The seaside crescendo of Kahurangi National Park's multi-day Heaphy Track, this secluded shoreline can also be accessed from the northernmost edge of the West Coast Road. Additionally, what a voyage it is: the truly wonderful drive through Karamea to Kohaihai, the end-of-the-line outdoors in a fabulous estuary setting. Starting there you can meander in the national park, more than a low slant to Scott's Beach. Mostly secured in a salt mist, the mind-boggling scene highlights tough rocks, nikau palm forest, and viable waves fondling at the driftwood-strewn beach.
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Nestled around the corner, the mind blowing and swirling waterfront suburb of Sumner is a flawless formula for an epic day at the shoreline. It's a surely profound spot for nearby individuals, who turn up as tremendous crowd carrying with them a perky, cerebral vibe. The sandy shoreline bustles with swimmers and surfers (and lifeguards), while the town's bistros and diners produce desserts, coffee and burger.
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