Coca Cola Lake

Coca Cola Lake

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5 Rankers Reviews

3 Face-to-Face

55 Scenic Attractions

26 Kaitaia

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Location

North IslandNorthlandKaitaia

Categories

  • Walking
  • Scenic Attractions
  • Free

Reviews

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Larissa

Germany

Ranking: 7/10

Water has the colour of Coca Cola, good for a swim.

Reviewed about 3 years ago and experienced in March 2016

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Nina Rittmann

Ranking: 7/10

Nice and kinda funny spot, but nothing special.
A big brown lake next to a nice beach!
The lake is called Roto Po Kaka and a bit hard to find. Park at the marked spot, where the toilets are, and walk along the beach where the motorhomes are in the freedom camping zone. There's a sign, which shows the lake on the right.

Reviewed over 3 years ago

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Tina Rust

Slovenia

Ranking: 10/10

Non-touristy spot, great for a swim.

Reviewed over 3 years ago

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Sebastian

Germany

Ranking: 6/10

Lake really looks like Cola, but for me only smelt like normal water. A little hard to find.
Do not miss Doubtless Bay nearby.

Reviewed almost 4 years ago

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Kristine and William

Norway

Ranking: 8/10

Place only known to locals, hardly signposted. Lake looks and smells look it is coca cola. Swimming in it is supposed to have healing powers.

Reviewed over 6 years ago

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Nick Morrison

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