Take a break away, stay and play in Taupo, New Zealand

The picturesque town of Taupo is situated along the shore of the great Lake Taupo, the largest freshwater lake in Australasia.

The picturesque town of Taupo offers its visitors a welcoming Kiwi spirit, fantastic parks, fine dining, international events, many attractions, sporting events, and great shopping.

The Taupo region is known for its land based adventure activities such as bungy jumping over the Waikato River, mountain biking in the forests and skiing on a volcano. To appreciate the stunning views of Lake Taupo and its surrounding volcanoes, forests and mountains head up into the air via a floatplane, airplane or helicopter. Charter a boat, hire a kayak or take a cruise to enjoy the lake and get out on the water. A sunset cruise to the Maori Rock Carvings is a must do!

Lake Taupo and the surrounding area is part of the Taupo Volcanic Zone and the Thermal Explorer Highway. Here you will see incredible steaming cliffs, geysers, boiling lakes, bubbling mud pools and floating rocks called pumice. And don’t forget to relax and visit one of the many thermally heated hot pools that Taupo has to offer.

If you care for luxury and elegance, magnificent lake & mountain views, free Wi-Fi, spa pools and fantastic service, then The Reef Resort in Taupo is the place to stay.

The Reef Resort is a 4 star motel situated on Lake Terrace, only minutes from the city centre. Accommodation options include Luxury Apartments, One Bedroom Units and Studio Suites. All are spacious, modern, and complimented with a private spa bath to top off any day of traveling and sightseeing. The Reef Resort sits right on the lake edge overlooking the calm waters of Lake Taupo, New Zealand.

So, whatever your reason for heading to the Lake Taupo region, The Reef Resort is the ideal home away from home. Central, Luxurious & Lake Edge, Brian & Keren look forward to welcoming you to their Taupo Motel.

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