The most famous geyser is located in the Te Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley in Rotorua. Interesting place with a range of things to look at – thermal areas, carving school, kiwi enclosure, maori culture etc. Pohutu Geyser name is meaning big splash or explosion. Largest active geyser in New Zealand erupts up to 30 metres high and up to 20 times each day.
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Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand’s smallest national park. Park is located in Golden bay, just outside of Nelson city. It is covered in native bush, interlaced with walking tracks and surrounded by clear blue/green seas and welcoming bays with golden sand. It is perfectly formed for relaxation and adventure. Hiking or kayaking can be punctuated by sun bathing, swimming and sedate snorkelling around the characteristic granite outcrops.
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