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Torrent Bay, Abel Tasman National Park
New Zealand

Abel Tasman National Park features many quiet coves and small beaches with golden or ivory-white sands and turquoise water that prove irresistible to many hikers and keen canoeists. Torrent Bay, not the prettiest one amongst the many others in the park is still a fine place to take a dip.

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Uploaded: 27/06/2011
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