P1340331The nature exploring travel is dependent on a weather. I was lucky during my New Zealand trip in that sense except one day when visiting Whakapapa. The second day there was rainy and grey. Still in the afternoon before that I managed to do the Taranaki falls 6 kilometres walk. It begins 100 metres below Whakapapa Visitor Centre at Ngauruhoe Place. The upper and lower tracks form a loop with the waterfall situated around the half-way point. Tumbling 20 metres over the edge of a large lava flow, which erupted from Ruapehu 15,000 years ago, Taranaki Falls plunge into a boulder-ringed pool. From below the falls, there are spectacular views into the water-worn gorges of the Wairere Stream. Gorgeous, a bit reminding Scotland.

  • Published by Anita on December 8, 2015
  • Traveled in December 2014
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#1 Anemary 2016-03-02 09:40
Wow ! What a beautyfull pictures. Nature is so virgin and untouched! I would like to travel there, to be in peace with nature.
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