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Day 2 - Waitomo Glow Worm Caves and Tongariro National Park

NEW ZEALAND | Mon, 9 Apr 2012 | By mudskipper | Views [1666]

Day 2 - Monday 31st October, 2011 15 minutes drive south from Otorohanga is Waitomo Village. We stocked up on food at the Countdown (Woolworths) store at Otorohanga before meeting our 10am tour at Waitomo. There are approx 400 cave in the Waitomo region, ... Read more >

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