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All reviews sand dunes great fun cape reinga te paki car park slide down hard work unique experience a lot of fun coming down surf boards gravel road beautiful nature en route worth the effort during summer boogy board
If you are going up as far as Cape Reinga then you need to stop at the Te Paki sand dunes. Even if you don't choose to sand surf the dunes are spectacular. There are hills of varying heights and angles for every surfer. It...More
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Most of the tourist go overthere in order to enjoy the slide sand dune
It s true it s look like funny but if you walk little bit further you ll discover a natural masterpieces, walking through those sand hills...More
It is a very cool experience to see these sand dunes and learn how they were formed. Sandboarding is a unique experience. Hold onto the board so you don't wipe out at the end! Highly recommend, especially if you are on the North Island.
We took the little detour to visit the dunes on our way back down from Cape Reinga. They were well worth a visit and far larger than expected. There were surfboards to hire, but we decided against sand-surfing even though it looked like a lot...More
We went to see these dunes whilst going to Cape Reinga. A mountain of sand rather than a dune, a sight to behold.
We hired a sand toboggan which was great fun coming down but hard work climbing back up again.
The climb up the dunes is tough - very tough - but flying down them is amazing fun. I would really recommend using a board - we tried using cardboard and a foil screen, with mixed success. When it worked it was great, but a...More
It is free and you can bring either your own boogeyboard or rent one for $10 a day nzd. And it is really fun going on the big ones I would highly recommend the te paki sand dunes. It is worth the climb!