February 13, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Poronui in Taupo, New Zealand
Poronui is a New Zealand’s premier sporting lodge. Nestled in the secluded Taharua Valley on New Zealand's spectacular North Island, Poronui boasts some of the world’s best wilderness experiences, breath taking scenery, and genuine warm hospitality. Poronui is a paradise for outdoors lovers, with acres of timeless private wilderness by foot, horse or mountain bike. Poronui is also is an historic fly fishing lodge. To many, Poronui is the ultimate luxury wilderness retreat, a place where they can simply relax.
Your day in Poronui will be really different based on the accommodation that you choose. The lodge, the house, the luxury tent or even the sporty stable. The main Lodge and seven individually appointed guest cabins have evolved from what was once a rustic fishing camp into one of the world's finest sporting lodges. Whether its afternoon tea by the crackling log fire, après activity drinks and finger food around the bar or canapés and pre-dinner cocktails on the deck enjoying the setting sun the atmosphere is relaxed and informal.
Location of Poronui
Nearest Airport: ROT
Amenities for Poronui
- Bar & Lounge
- Dining Room
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Wellness Center
- Ecological Excursions
- Horseback Riding
- Active & Adventure
- Luxury Tents & Open Air
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Poronui
Our private bungalow was hospital clean with a deck view of the hundreds of Red Stags and thsheep herds grazing next to a crystal clear river that was home to monster trout that took flys readily. Dining with all guests and guides made it feel like eating with your family and the food and wine was as good a many Paris eateries. Quiet elegance on a 16,000 acre estate designed for its guests seeking adventure in splendor with impeccable sincere and authentic New Zealand old fashioned hospitality. Big trout take dry flys here.
kookoo48 - Vancouver, Washington
I have stayed at Poronui and the Blake House a number of times, and all stays without exception have been fantastic. The station is over 16000 acres so lots to do and see. I have visited on business (as well as with family) you are well catered for, and looked after by Eve and her team. Lots of different accommodation on the property from the cabins at the main lodge, the majestic Blake House, down to the camping by the Mohaka River at the Safari Camp. Unique experiences are something that the Poronui team exceed expectations on, my favorite would have to be private chef at the Blake House or dinner in the underground wine cellar. Poronui is pretty magical and if you are wanting once in a lifetime kind of experience - highly recommend.
travel7792 - Hamilton, New Zealand
You just can't get any better than Poronui Lodge for NZ trout fishing! The lodge is situated on a huge station that extends for miles in all directions and is bordered by national parks that offer a multitude of trout fishing streams accessible by vehicle or helicopter. The fishing guides and lodge staff take excellent care of the guests with great guiding and instruction, beautifully prepared and delicious meals, and for those wishing to see the extensive property from the back of a horse, expert wrangling. No need goes unmet and every amenity top-drawer. This is a place that is a fly fisherman/woman's lifetime dream.
martha d - New Haven, Connecticut
My family visited here in summer, and we had an experience that we will never forget. This was one of the highlights of our New Zealand trip for the whole family. The men took a helicopter to a private fly fishing reserve, while the ladies enjoyed a day of amazing horseback riding. The food was incredible, and the staff were wonderful.
This place is truly wonderful. It's like staying at some remote rich persons estate for a few days! The land is amazing and truly breathtaking. If you are in to hunting and fishing this is the place for you. Even if you are not there are still plenty of activities, horse back riding, foraging, walking. They have a cute little camp lodge or a house or the lodge itself to stay at. The staff are friendly accommodating and it really does feel like you are staying with friends.
Rachel L - Sydney