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CHAMPAGNE POOL ROTORUA - Part Of The Wai-O-Tapu Geothermal Complex Located On The North Island Of New Zealand


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CHAMPAGNE POOL ROTORUA - Part Of The Wai-O-Tapu Geothermal Complex Located On The North Island Of New Zealand

Part of the Wai-O-Tapu geothermal complex located near Rotorua on the North Island of New Zealand, Champagne Pool is one of the most striking natural wonders. The brilliant orange ledge is actually formed from arsenic deposits and the gasses that rise and sparkle like champagne are carbon dioxide released from the water vents. Translated from the Maori language, Wai-O-Tapu means “Sacred or Colourful Waters”. The entire region of Rotorua is intensely active and Champagne Pool is just one of the hundreds of strange geological features that have been formed by the action of water, steam and subterranean volcanic energy. Translated, Rotorua means The Second Great Lake of Kahumatamomoe who was the uncle of the Maori lord Inhenga who discovered the lands.

No you can't swim in it. It is very hot and sulphurous. There is a place just down the road called kerosene creek, natural hot water creek you can swim in for free.

Just stay 4 days in Rotorua and discover the wonders of thermal beauty. Experience the culture of the local Maori attractions as well.







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