Te Pula

Trip Start Aug 24, 2011
Trip End Apr 01, 2012

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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

We took a day tour of Te Puia the Māori cultural center - a place of gushing waters, steaming vents, boiling mud pools and spectacular geysers. You can see in the video and some of the pictures of the most famous geyser, of the 65 geysers found in the Te Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley in Rotorua, is the awe-inspiring Pohutu Geyser, meaning big splash or explosion. Pohutu erupts up to 30 metres (100 feet) high, depending on her mood,and is the largest active geyser in New Zealand and the southern hemisphere. Pohutu geyser erupts up to 20 times each day, a sight well worth waiting for. 

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