Lake Wanaka, New Zealand
Lake Wanaka is located in the southwest of New Zealand, at an altitude of 300 m.It is New Zealand's fourth
largest lake,and estimated to be more than 300 m deep. As other few lakes in the South Island with an unmodified
shoreline, the lake is protected by special legislation, the Lake Wanaka Preservation Act of 1973. Wanaka is
a town on the lake with which it shares its name.
(L) No smoking is a necessary item for a supreme hotel
(R) No smoking sign at the entrance of the Edgewater Resort, Wanaka, NZ.
(L) The Cardrona Valley Road which links Wanaka and Queenstown gets up to 1076 meters,
the highest point in a paved road of New Zealand.
There was a severe snowstorm at crossing over the mountain pass, despite the season was in a mid-summer.
(R) A highway of New Zealand is well maintained and very comfortable to drive.
No trash is discarded in the roadside and no cigarette butt is observed.
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New Zealand drive and stay in Wanaka and Queenstown
Paraglider at Queenstown
Drive from Maruiwa Springs to Lake Wanaka, New Zealand
Smoking Restriction at Hotels in the World: Actual Survey
The ratio of a non-smoking guest room to the total hotel rooms was calculated,
based on the on-the-spot investigation.
South Island of New Zealand Christchurch airport Maruia Springs Lake Wanaka Lake Te Anau
Milford Sound and Queenstown Tour from Christchurch Auckland airport
Preserved NZ railway Duneden Railway Station Christcharch Tramway
Tranz Scenic Alpine Tranz Scienic Costal
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This information was provided by the Smokefree Hotel and Travel.
The photographs were taken in September, and the article was written inOctober 2006,
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.