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With the Tasmanian Sea to her left and the Pacific Ocean to her right, this famous little lighthouse on a northern tip of New Zealand stands witness to the tidal clashing and mingling of these two bodies of water.

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  1. DBCoop says:

    Whether you start your travel with a visit to Cape Reinga's lonesome little lighthouse or end a memorable vacation there with the awe-inspiring views, it's hard to match the rugged beauty of New Zealand's northland coast. The scenery is spectacular and the coastline is dotted with an ever-changing, richly colored subtropical landscape of picturesque isles, nearly-deserted sandy beaches and pristine bays perfect for sunning, swimming or snorkeling. Groves of towering Kauri trees forest the slopes and rocky cliffs.

    Along the Tutukaka Coast, Daisy Bay is a popular beach for surfers. The Bay of Islands offers a labyrinthine marine paradise favored by boaters for calm anchorage and sublime aqua-blue waters where you're likely to find your own private beach.

    When you live in paradise surrounded by a wealth of natural splendor, no wonder the Kiwis are a friendly, fun-loving and adventuresome group.

  2. USKiwi says:

    It's the Tasman sea to Cape Reinga's left.

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