Te Kopi a Top Spot

The Department of Conservation’s Te Kopi bach at Palliser Bay has been named one of the five best state-run lodges and cabins in the world by the Guardian. “Light-filled and well equipped, the cottage and two cabins sleep 10 just behind the briny with good fishing and hiking near the Putangirua rock pinnacles.” Sossus Dune Lodge (Namibia), Grövelsjön Mountain Lodge (Sweden), Green Point Cottage (Sydney) and Didima Camp (South Africa) rounded out the list.


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