Kokota Sandspit: When you travel north from Kaitaia along toe road to the cape you will see huge white sand dunes in the distance. These are the silica sands of Kokota Spit. The sane is pure white and unlike most other sand that gets hot - sometimes too hot to walk on, silica sand stays cool.
Spirits Bay Doc campsite: The bay is 12 kilometres in width. It is one of two bays (the other being Tom Bowling Bay) in the short length of coast that marks the tip of the North Island. A long walking path, about 8.5 kilometers (5.3 miles) long, runs beside the bay.
Mark works prodiminantly as a Moko artist he carved for over 23 years working on 7 meeting houses. During a 35 year long career in Maori art he has also worked in paint, pen and paper, weaving, and kapahaka. Mark has travelled extensively as an ambassador of Maori art around the world, educating about Ta Moko. He is respected for his contribution to this artform and has taught many new, emmerging and established Moko artists and carvers. His studio is at; 11 Jillett Street, Titahi Bay.
Eagles Nests five luxurious villas nestle into an extravagantly beautiful island-like peninsula along a ridgeline that drops into a valley -- reminiscent of a huge nest. Ancient eagles once soared in these pristine skies. As amazing architects and creative interior designers, they built their homes where now sit the ultra luxurious nests of the human variety, where gracious, unobtrusive yet attentive Kiwi staff cater to your every whim.