Not very surprisingly while moving further north there are more waterfalls and walks. Starting the day with the beautiful Rainbow Falls:
Next stop on the Mahinepua Peninsula for a nice walk along the cliffs:
And finishing the day on 90 Mile Beach with a sunset:
During the day the 90 Mile Beach reveals its featurelessness, which makes it very interesting for adventurous drivers to go down the ramp and drive on the beach. I would not do that of course, would I?
Anyway it's apparently a must-do to visit the northernmost point of NZ and that is Cape Reinga, where the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean crushing into each other. Impressive or so they say, I couldn't see much of it, maybe because it wasn't windy enough.
South of Cape Reinga are the Te Paki Sand Dunes:
Now which road can I take down again? The same highway would be quite boring, wouldn't it? Let's see in the next part...