Wai-o-Tapu thermal wonders
Getting acquainted with the sights of the Taupo volcanic zone, you can not ignore another small, but very well-known place in the whole world-the unique geothermal zone of UAI-o-Tapu. This…

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New Zealand: whale watching
There is such an expensive entertainment - Whale Watching, whale watching. There are several spots in America, South Africa, and Madagascar where people come from all over the world to…

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Taj Mahal
Taj Mahal - "the pearl of India", "the eighth wonder of the world", one of the most beautiful buildings in the world The Taj Mahal is the "pearl of India",…

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Monthly Archives: April 2019

Luminous caves of Waitomo

Waitomo Caves are considered one of the main attractions of New Zealand. They are located on the North island of New Zealand, 12 km Northwest of the town of Te Kuiti. Their name “Waitomo”, translated from the Maori language, means “water passing through the hole”(“wai” – water, “tomo” – funnel). One of the main attractions of the Waitomo caves is the “glowworm Cave”. It is called the “Firefly Cave” because of the large population of the arachnocampa Luminosa fungus gnats that live here. Here you can see and touch the real “starry sky”, above your head you can see thousands, millions of luminous points. This is an unforgettable sight.

Firefly mosquitoes are tiny, bio-luminescent creatures that produce blue and green light. Continue reading

Lady Knox

Lady Knox (eng. Lady Knox Geyser) is a geyser located in the Wai-O-Tapu region, the Taupo volcanic zone of the North island of New Zealand. It is named after Lady Constance Knox, second daughter of Actor Knox, 5th Earl of Ranfurly, 15th Governor-General of New Zealand. An eruption of a geyser is caused artificially (by pouring a soap solution into the mouth of the geyser) every day at 10: 15 am. During an eruption that lasts about an hour, the geyser emits a jet of water up to 20 meters high  depending on the weather.[2] the Visible part consists of stone formations located at the base of the source. Silicon, which has accumulated over many years during eruptions, forms a light cone-shaped top of the geyser. Continue reading

The strangest and most amazing cities on the planet (part 1)
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New Zealand: whale watching
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Antelope canyon
Antelope canyon (Antelope Canyon)in the state of Arizona, we dreamed of seeing Antelope Canyon (Antelope Canyon) in the state of Arizona, USA, long before our trip to the States, so…

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Machu Picchu is an ancient Inca city in Peru
Machu Picchu (in Quechua, machu pikchu means " Old Mountain”) is a mysterious Inca city built in the middle of the XV century, and the main attraction for which travelers…

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