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Second only to the USA for the number of McDonalds Restaurant per head of population, Tauranga actually supplies the mozzarella cheese for the worldwide chain of Pizza Huts. A harbor-side city sitting in the Bay of Plenty on the north island of New Zealand, the name "Tauranga" translates to "safe anchorage" as it was a landing place of the early Polynesian settlers. Bay of Plenty was so named by Captain James Cook upon his seeing the Maori villages with perfectly manicured gardens. If you happen to love kiwifruit, you will be in heaven, as Tauranga has been growing them for over 100 years. The Port of Tauranga established in 1873 is New Zealand's largest port in terms of volume of export cargo.
Over 300,000 visitors flock to the hot salt-water pools at the base of Mount Maunganui close to the city. Head to the Te Waikoropupu Springs in Golden Bay where there is enough fresh water - the purest natural water outside of Antarctica - produced in a day to keep all of New Zealand slurping on this pristine liquid. It is so clear that you can see 63 meters down when looking at the water. Go to the Waitomo Caves to see glow-worms (aka fire flies) at play, or go looking for the world's smallest dolphin in the shallow waters of the ocean. Go for a swim in the sheltered water of Pilot Bay or take a scenic flight, if the wallet is thick enough. Take a walk around the Strand waterfront area for caffeine hit or fill up on some more decadent food. At night this is where you will find funky bars and nightclubs to party at until the wee hours of the morning.
If you want to get out of town for a day, head to Mount Maunganui, one of New Zealand's most popular beachside towns and only 15 minutes away by car.
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