Bethells Beach—also known as 'Te Henga' or sand in Māori—is a coastal town set in the Auckland Region of New Zealand's North Island. Along with its outrageous sunsets and sprawling beaches, this town is set in the popular Waitakere Ranges Regional Parkland which is made up of a bounty of hills, waterfalls, and reservoirs. Take on the surf at Bethells Beach or enjoy a quiet dip in Lake Wainamu, a tranquil lake just behind the sand dunes. This area is full of water activity including parasailing, hang gliding and fishing. Among these activities, glampers can explore the lush terrain of Auckland Centennial Park, just south of Bethells Beach and the Waitakere Ranges Regional Parkland. Luxury camping is certainly taken to another level when glamping here.