Solar-Powered Bell Tent in a Majestic Forest near Waipoua Forest, North IslandDonnellys Crossing, Isla de North (Nueva Zelanda)
Solar-Powered Bell Tent in a Majestic Forest near Waipoua Forest, North Island
"What an awesome experience. Absolutely loved my stay here. The night sky full of stars was breathtakingly beautiful. The hot tub was my highlight i..."
- 1 Cama queen-size
- Barbacoa de uso privado
- Agua caliente
- Cocina de uso privado
- Ropa de cama
- Ratio de respuesta: 80%
- Tiempo de respuesta: Within 1 day
- Nuevo alojamiento
3 accommodations in Glamping Hub
Llegada de 15:00 a 20:00
Check out: 10:00
No apto para bebés Menores de 2 años
No apto para niños 2-12 años
No se admiten mascotas
This property is located in the country with no shops nearby. The nearest town for stocking up on required food and beverages is Dargaville, about 30 minutes away.
There is no cell phone coverage or power points for appliances so guests should plan accordingly.
New Zealand is snake free and there are no large threatening wild animals anywhere within the vicinity of the property.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Donnellys Crossing, Isla de North (Nueva Zelanda)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Deportes acuáticos
- Paseos en bici
- Paseo en barco/velero
- Cata de vinos
- Meditación en la propiedad
- Observación de aves en la propiedad
Glampers will enjoy total serenity and the bliss of having nowhere to rush to but instead just relax and be present with their incredible surroundings. For those interested in venturing beyond their glamping oasis to explore, there is an abundance of easily accessible natural attractions to visit, including wonderful stretches of pristine beaches offering every activity under the sun, mystical clear water swimming lakes, a kauri park, a kiwi sanctuary, wine tasting, eco-tours of the ancient forests, and much more.
The Trounson Kauri Park is just five minutes away from the property, a mainland island and 586-hectare reserve featuring an impressive stand of kauri trees. The Tane Mahuta, or “Lord of the Forest,” is an iconic giant kauri tree in the Waipoua Forest, just 20 minutes away from the property. There are also guided eco-tours of the giant trees in the forest, highlighting the fascinating ancient history of the Waipoua Forest and its earliest inhabitants.
Guests are a 20-minute drive from Kai Iwi Lakes, part of a recreational reserve, with their crystal clear freshwater and dramatic scenery. These lakes are great for all ages to spend fun-filled days swimming, kayaking, windsurfing, fishing, diving, boating, water skiing, wakeboarding, and more. The deep dune lakes are rimmed by warm shallow water making it pleasant for a lazy afternoon float and safe for kids to run and splash around. Those more inclined to get some exercise on land can cycle or hike around the lake perimeter over farmland to the ocean. The lakes are a fisherman’s dream, teeming with rainbow trout, kōura, crab, freshwater mussels, native, and exotic fish.
Guests can travel about one hour and 15 minutes to Whangarei to visit the breathtaking Whangarei Falls, which tumble over a cliff into a natural pool, or check out the volcanic Mount Parihaka, a war memorial overlooking the city and showcasing the remains of the Maori villages.
Beach lovers will be pleased by the exquisite coastline that awaits just a short drive away from the property. Baylys Beach, about 35 minutes away, is a highly coveted beach for swimming, sunbathing, walking, surfing, golfing, and horseback riding. Baylys is also the gateway to Ripiro Beach, New Zealand’s longest driveable beach, spanning 112 kilometers.