Five New Zealand Natural Wonders

If you are fascinated by concepts such as dinosaurs, aliens, and mermaids, there is a chance you are already very curious about natural wonders. Well, we’re all fascinated by aliens but that is a totally different post for another time. Anyway, if you are interested in exploring nature and being surrounded by it, then you want to visit a couple of key places within the world today.

There are a few places within the world that can offer great sites and spaces and New Zealand has certainly got the goods. While it is certainly an expensive nation because of its density and small size, it has quite a bit to offer.

It is expensive because of how it is surrounded by nature and because of the fact that people appreciate living in that wonderful country.

How about we tell you we have covered five of some incredible natural wonders that you need to see as soon as possible. Yes, that is correct! New Zealand is a haven of untouched wonders and great attractions.

Without any further ado, let us take a look at the five of the finest natural wonders that you shouldn’t miss.

Natural Wonder #1. The Champagne Pool

First, no, this is not a pool that is filled with champagne.

Located in the heart of New Zealand, the organized lined spring famously referred to as the Champagne Pool is a wonderful area. It is mainly located in the Wai O Tapu just outside of Rotorua. The spring is situated at a diameter of 65 and has depths of 62m.

#2. Odd Looking Animals – Kiwi Birds and Tuatara

When it comes to witnessing natural wonders, it is not confined to sites and locations which means you need to take a sneak peek at the wildlife too!

The next we have are the kiwi birds. Yes, you read that right! As weird as it sounds, the birds are no different. The weirdly looking birds are brown and tiny. What sets them apart is that kiwi birds evolved with no wings.

Yes, this is because there are no significant predators encountered in New Zealand. Another oddly-looking animal is the tuatara lizard. It is also referred to as the living dinosaur.

#3. Milford Sound

Milford Sound, also described as the eighth wonder of the world, is a picture to behold. Located in the middle of New Zealand, the stunning landscape is carved with huge fiords emerging from the ocean.

#4. Devil’s Bath

Did you know New Zealand has a lake consisting of naturally green water? Yes, the Devil’s Bath has the greenest water you will ever lay your eyes on! The water sometimes changes its color from green to yellow and vice versa.

#5. Glowworm Glory

Last but not least, we have the most esoteric natural attractions you will ever see. Yes, the Glow Worm Glory is located 100km west of Rotorua. You need to take a boat on the waters of Waitomo Glowworm Caves where you will witness the light exposition by glowing worms and the glowing threads they produce.

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