Tongariro – Exceptional National Park of New Zealand

Tongariro National Park of New Zealand

 

New Zealand is located in the southeast of Australia, consisting of two large islands and many smaller islands. Besides being known for its Kiwi fruit, this country also has a beautiful nature. One of the most beautiful natural attractions that must be visited is Tongariro National Park. If you are visiting New Zealand spare your time for a visit to Tongariro National Park.

Tongariro is the first national park in New Zealand. Its main attraction is the presence of three Vulcanic Mountains that are remain active until now: Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapehu. Mount Tongariro is one of the world’s most active volcano, eruptions occur almost every year.

The lakes in Tongariro National Park was formed from volcanic craters. These lakes have a very unique beautiful blue color, which is the result of minerals from the soil.

This Tongariro National park has been recognized as one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. For those of you like watching the trilogy Lord of the Rings, Tongariro park and the surrounding area is one of few locations used for shoting the film.

Map to Tongariro National Park

Pictures of Tongariro National Park

Mount Ruapehu of Tongariro National Park in New Zealand

Mount Ruapehu of Tongariro National Park in New Zealand (wallpaperweb.org)

 

Blue Lakes of Tongariro

Blue Lakes of Tongariro (panoramio.com)

 

Beautiful Green Tongariro Lakes

Beautiful Green Tongariro Lakes (trover.com)

 

Tongariro National Park Lake Photos

Tongariro National Park Lake Photos (countryexplorers.club)

 

Tongariro National Park Mountain

Tongariro National Park Mountain (explorecentralnorthislandnz.com)

 

Tongariro Track Walkway

Tongariro Track Walkway (govt.nz)

 

Tongariro National Park of New Zealand

Tongariro National Park of New Zealand (travyde.com)

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