Te Urewera National Park

Te Urewera is New Zealand's fourth largest national park, and it protects the biggest area of native forest remaining on the North Island. The ancestral home of the Tuhoe people, the park's main attraction is Lake Waikaremoana, which draws hikers, canoeists, and fishing enthusiasts from around the world.

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