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Beaches of the Karikari Peninsula

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This long, thin stretch of land poking out from Doubtless Bay is known for its white sand and clear water beaches, including Tokerua, Karikari and Maitai Bay at the very tip, which has two crescent shaped beaches. Secluded bays and tiny coves are sandwiched between the sweeping beaches the peninsular is known for. Swim, sail, kick back on the beach or go fishing for snapper or tuna.

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“Journey's end”

By Charlotte Grimshaw for The Guardian. First published Saturday, October 18th 2008. ...The Karikari peninsula, on the western side of Doubtless Bay, reaches out into the Pacific Ocean. In 1769 James Cook sailed past the entrance to the area and noted … Read more...

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