Te Paki Coastal Track. © David Kirkland

Te Paki Coastal Track: a taste of the Far North


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Following the rugged coastline of Cape Rēinga, the Te Paki Coastal Track takes in some of the best beaches in the Far North Region. 

A 48-kilometre route that takes between three to four days to complete, the Te Paki Coastal Track provides the opportunity to immerse yourself in an incredibly scenic and spiritual part of the country. 

Take in deserted white-sand beaches, pōhutukawa-clad coves, dramatic headlands and sites of cultural and archaeological significance. 

Beginning at Spirits Bay on the north-eastern coast, the track crosses past Cape Rēinga Te Rerenga Wairoa and follows the west coast down to Te Paki Stream.

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