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Waterfalls in New Zealand

27 waterfalls in New Zealand

Waterfalls in Taupo
Huka Falls
You shouldn't miss Huka Falls if you are in Taupo. It's in a stunning natural setting, with rapids, and waterfalls where you can watch as the river falls with extreme force. The water color and the beauty of environment make this place something very special. You can take the boat closer to the waterfall, obviously after paying
Waterfalls in Whangarei
Whangarei Falls
Well, Whangarei Falls isn't Niagara or Iguazu Falls, but it has its own charms. Ideal to spend the day with family and eating at tables of their parks. Perfect for walking around. The spectacular flora. Just minutes from downtown Whangarei Road to Nunguru.
Waterfalls in Kerikeri
Rainbow Waterfalls (Cataratas Arco Iris)
To the north of the country within 1 hour of Keri-Keri, is a town dedicated to kiwi, just 1 hour tour of this waterfall, where you can almost always see rainbows. This is normal, when you're next to a waterfall, but the secret of this waterfall is that you can see rainbows all around. The zone is like a corridor through which air blows all the time, water diffuses in every corner and you see rainbows here and there, through the trees, through the underbrush, it is great to see, I never saw so many bows together. In this country, it is very easy to see any of them any day, but ... not as many combined together as here, which you go on the way to the waterfall. In-Keri Keri there is a lot of work for anyone who is willing to pick kiwis and tangerines. The season is May and June, is reliable, you get paid at the end and the experience is unique, I was there for 2 months, I saved and I took off to explore the island with a groin girl.
Waterfalls in Te Anau
The Chasm
It's only a 20 minute walk to see The Chasm, a spectacular waterfall, before reaching Milford Sound, where the water has carved oddly shaped rocks and drawings. The sound is deafening and it's almost impossible to be heard. The water spray leaves you completely soaked, in case the rain wasn't enough.
Waterfalls in Haast
Thunder Creek Falls
In New Zealand there are thousands, if not millions, of waterfalls, yet I never get tired of seeing them, as each has its charm, and this is the thunder, is named by the thunderous sound that sometimes causes. One of these waterfalls falls from twenty-eight meters above the River Haast.
Waterfalls in Selwyn
Devils Punchbowl Waterfall
The Devil's Punchbowl is impressive 135 m high waterfall. It is a 1-hour walk back and forth from the parking lot along a well-marked trail, with its steepest parts having wooden stairs.
Waterfalls in Owaka
Mclean Falls
Inside the park of the Catlins, and after a 30 minute walk from the parking attendant, we found a pair of the most photogenic waterfalls. No luck with the weather, so I couldn't enjoy it as it deserves .. I certainly would spend hours listening to the sound of cascading water.
Waterfalls in Owaka
Niagara Falls
When we got the brochure with the points of interest in the area near Curio Bay, we saw one that had been marked with a smiley face. We assumed this would be the most interesting point in the area ... When we visited, it put a smile on our face ... we'd been fooled, there was just a small waterfall there. It's worth going with someone who doesn't know what they are looking for.
Waterfalls in Westland
Fantail Falls Mt Aspiring
The road between Wanaka and Haast was not finished until 1960, because of the harsh conditions of the area, that include heavy rains and snow much of the year. In 1964, Mt Aspiring National Park becomes home to dozens of spectacular waterfalls, such as the Fantail Falls.
Waterfalls in Milford Sound
Waterfalls in Tauranga
Waterfalls in Wanaka
Waterfalls in Haast
Waterfalls in Whakapapa
Waterfalls in Ohakune
Waterfalls in Coromandel
Waterfalls in Waitakere
Waterfalls in Waitakere