Ninety Mile Beach

Renowned for spectacular sunsets and boasting one of the best surf breaks in the world, Ninety Mile Beach is an almost never-ending paradise.
On the Western Coast of the far North Island, Ninety Mile Beach, official Māori name Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē Ninety Mile Beach stretches from Ahipara Bay, to Scott’s Point and is actually just 88 kilometres long.

Beach activities range from surfcasting and swimming to bodyboarding down the sand dunes. A special treat is digging for tuatua (a native shellfish) in the sand at low tide. Flanking the beach is the Aupouri Forest, which provides a green escape from the hot summer sun this place is a tropical paradise with white sands and palm trees.

Whenever I visit this iconic beach I am reminded of our Palm Tree Pendant

Paua Palm Tree Pendant - Ariki New Zealand Jewellery

Palm trees evoke pleasant memories of good times spent whiling away sun filled days and relaxing vacations on golden sandy beaches with their fronds bursting out of the top of the tall majestic trunks like the rays of the sun or an expansive fireworks display. Our stunning Palm tree pendant can be worn as a reminder of these idyllic times.