The Ngaruawahia region of North Island is a significant place to visit due to its lush natural features and rich Maori history and culture. Not only is it where the Turangawaewae Marae lies, but also it’s where the Maori King lives. North of Hamilton, Ngaruawahia is based between the Waikato and Waipa Rivers, offering ideal conditions for water lovers looking to enjoy activities like kayaking, swimming, and paddleboarding. Foodie can get a taste of the region through its quaint cafes that use local produce; the town is home to several dairy farms and factories that produce butter, cheese, and casein. Those looking to visit Turangawaewae Marae should know its only open once a year during the annual regatta (March 17), so be sure to visit the town during the right time; you won’t wanna miss the traditional war ceremonies that take place.
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