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The Bay of Plenty is a region of New Zealand, situated around a bight of the same name in the northern coast of the North Island. The bight stretches 260 km from the Coromandel Peninsula in the west to Cape Runaway in the east. The Bay of Plenty Region, governed by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council, incorporates several large islands in the bay, in addition to the mainland area. Called Te Moana-a-Toi in the Māori language after Toi, an early ancestor, the name 'Bay of Plenty' was bestowed by James Cook in 1769 when he noticed the abundant food supplies at several Māori villages there, in stark contrast to observations he had made earlier in Poverty Bay. Wikipedia

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Coromandel Peninsula Day Tour

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Bay Of Plenty, North Island

This is the private tour service to Coromandel Peninsula for a day. Coromadel peninsular is the most popular place for Aucklanders for their holiday season. It's not far way from Auckland but it's good place. There are lots of attractions with natures, camping sites. holiday parks and beautiful scenery. Coromandel Peninsular is located in East side of New Zealand, next to the bay of Plenty.

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The Coromandel Day Tour

Bay Of Plenty, North Island

You’ll enjoy a Two and half-hour drive through the Waikato Region then Bay Of Plenty with a scenic stop on the way for amazing photos and any other stops if needed. Then we head down to Visit the Driving Creek Railway that will take you on a 1-hour train ride that includes 2 spirals, 3 short tunnels, 5 reversing points and several large viaducts as it climbs up the hill to the Eyefull Tower. At the top, you will be fascinated by the panoramic views over the island-studded Hauraki Gulf. After that; you will go to the White Sandy Coromandel Beach where you can enjoy a walk, Swim, or just Relaxing. Then you will visit the Coastal Walkway Cathedral Cove and the natural Thermal Mineral Pools of The Hot Water Beach.

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