Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit New Zealand: Huka Falls




November 29, 2019

Visit New Zealand: Huka Falls

After visiting three different geothermal parks in one day, we were exhausted, but we couldn't leave Taupo without a stop at Huka Falls.

More than 220,000 liters of water per second is sent over an 11-meter high waterfall.

A footbridge takes you right over the rushing Waikato River, New Zealand's longest river.

You can opt to for a riverside walk with various viewing stops, but since we did not have the time nor energy, we simply took a quick glimpse and some photos.

The power of the water was undeniable!  It was an incredible force of nature to witness.

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