Six Insta-Approved Glamping Spots In New Zealand You'll Want To Visit ASAP


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Mermaid Pools, Matapouri Bay - Northland

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Blue Spring, Te Waihou Walkway - Putaruru

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Piroa Falls - Waipu

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The Pinnacles - The Coromandel

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Te Mata Peak, Hawke's Bay

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Bioluminescence - Mahurangi

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Kitekite Falls - Piha

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Whangarei Heads - Whangarei

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Inferno Crater - Waimangu Volcanic Rift Valley

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Pouakai Circuit - Taranaki

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Gannet Colony, Muriwai

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Waitomo Caves - Otorohanga

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Emerald Lakes - Tongariro National Park

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Cathedral Cove - The Coromandel

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Waiotapu - Rotorua

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Elephant Rock - Taranaki

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Wildernest, across NZ - Wildernest takes glamping to another level with a selection of private holiday options using New Zealand’s great outdoors to set the stage.

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Wildernest can install and set up their large bell-tents in unique and inspiring locations for luxury holiday experiences.

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Including everything from arranging travel, to food and personal chef, luxury fittings, and pamper suite.

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Pagoda, Kerikeri, Bay of Islands - Luxury meets romance meets nature at Pagoda Lodge in northern New Zealand’s beautiful Bay of Islands.

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Guests can stay in either the main lodge or a converted boatshed, steamboat cabin, gypsy caravan or enjoy a romantic getway-for-two glamping in a safari tent mounted on a deck with garden and river views.

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Solscape, Raglan, Waikato - Nature inspired tipis at Solscape - located in the hills above the surfing mecca of Raglan in the Waikato region - offer a more down-to-earth version of ‘glamping’.

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Each of Solscapes four tipis are set in native bush with optimum privacy. Floors consist of poured earth or natural timber and have traditional smoke flaps that open for a night-time view of the stars.

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Poronui Safari Camp, Taupo - Poronui is heaven on earth for those who want to hunt, hike, horse trek, fish, explore or simply relax in one of New Zealand’s best wilderness spots.

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Canopy Camping Escapes, multiple regions - Canopy Camping has several glamping sites located in easily accessible & unspoilt areas. Including Kawakawa Station, Hurunui Jacks & the hobbitesque Underhill Valley Earth.

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Minaret Station, Lake Wanaka - At the head of a glacial valley in the heart of the majestic Southern Alps - and only accessible by helicopter - Minaret Station offers an unrivalled experience in a remote alpine environment.

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