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Manawatu

Manawatu TRAVEL GUIDE

Manawatu, a local government district and tourist attraction is located in the Manawatu- Wanganui Region in the North Island of New Zealand. In the history of Manawatu, a great Maori explorer came here to search his wife, but he was not able to cross the broad river. And he said; "Ka tū Taku Manawa". Manawatu district includes both hills and plains. It is favourable for cyclers and travellers come to explore the views of Central North Island volcanoes during bright days. The western coast has massive dunes and swimming beaches. Ruahine ranges have terrific walking tracks and spectacular views over the mountain Wharite or from Saddle Road in the east. Fielding with sales yards, motorsport and equestrian venue, shopping and boutique landmarks. Manawatu, the heartland of New Zealand offers an authentic Kiwi experience. At Te Apiti – Manawatu Gorge, tourists discover a land steeped in legend and ancient native bush. The urban town of Palmerston North is home to the New island rugby football repository, Te Manawa – Museum of Art, Science and History, and an outstanding assortment of art galleries. Sit back and luxuriate in the internationally recognised theatre scene that gives diversion for all genres - all of that go hand in hand with the colourful array of cafes and eating choices. If you're a garden lover, their square measure some fabulous public and personal gardens to envision, together with one amongst the highest rose gardens within the world. And a touching manner down the road around Horowhenua you'll notice such unconventional attractions as associate degree hooter park, a farm dedicated to Clydesdales and a completely operational Dutch windmill. Exploring Manawatu is straightforward through The Country Road expertise - routes that take you off the crushed track, through majestic landscapes and past rural villages.

LOCATION

Manawatu-Wanganui Region in the North Island

BEST TIME TO VISIT MANAWATU

November 26th to April 1st

WHY VISIT MANAWATU

Cycling, mountain biking, trekking, walking on tracks, bungy jumping, horse trekking, white water rafting, kite surfing, explore the beautiful scenery of Kiwi fields, up close with nature, experience iron gates, learn the history of selling livestock, experience unusual thrills and wild rides.

PLACES TO VISIT

Te Apiti – Manawatu Gorge, The Country Road, Te Manawa culture and art museum, New Zealand Rugby Museum, Himatangi Beach, Kimbolton, Taihape, Woodville, Dannevirke's Fantasy Cave, Tui Brewery, Bulls