The Hot Water Beach is an unique beach situated on the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand. The beach is named 'Hot Water’ beach because of the underground hot springs. The beach is famous for digging the sand and soaking up yourself in your hot water own pool!
Hot Water Beach is a tourist friendly location where you are provided with various tourist facilities and services. The tour operators are easily available here and will also suggest you to simplify your trip and inform you about the do's and don'ts of the trip.
This beach is a popular destination both for locals and tourists visiting New Zealand. While enjoying a holiday at Hot Water Beach, make sure that you have not missed the Cathedral Cove, Stone Wharf, Lost Springs, Waterworks and Driving Creek Railway. These sightseeing are worth spending on.
The wonderful beach with golden sand and blue-green watered sea is safe for swimming and lots of other water sports available here. Make sure that you swim only between the flags of the Hot Water Beach as it may be a little dangerous to swim beyond them. The pool created by you is completely drained away with a flow of a tide, to create another fresh palette ready for the next flock of visitors.