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The Amazing Round Stonehenge Of Moraki In New Zealand

By Janet / January 17, 2020

Otago coast of New Zealand’s south island, 75 km away from Dunedin, near Moerak cocoa beach, there is a huge black circle “stone”, some lonely alone on the beach, some groups, or eight to ten together, far look like a huge dinosaur eggs, constitute the unique scenery. This is the famous moraki circle of Stonehenge. […]

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Waitomo Glowworm Cave, North Island, New Zealand

By Janet / January 11, 2020

Waitomo Cave, also known as the Waitomo Cave, is located in the Waitomo Cave area of waikato, New Zealand, and is famous for its underground Cave phenomenon. Beneath the surface, limestone formations form a vast system of caverns, decorated with various stalactites and stalagmites, as well as fireflies. Some caves are open to visitors, others […]

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Hot Springs Not To Be Missed In New Zealand

By Janet / December 16, 2019

1. Hellgate geothermal reserve Location: rotorua, north island Hell’s gate is rotorua’s most active geothermal area, like a geothermally themed park. Strolling through the park, you can see all kinds of amazing geothermal landscape. In the mud pool, one mud bubble after another yawned and puffed; There are also powerful jet holes that constantly shoot […]

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Australia’s Shell Beach, Made Up Of Billions Of White Shells

By Janet / November 29, 2019

Shark bay, Australia, is a world heritage site, and its beaches are one of only two in the world. This unique tourist attraction stretches for 70 kilometers on the western edge of the Australian continent. And the shells are not only huge, but also incredibly abundant, reaching depths of up to 10 meters in some […]

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Hobbit town In New Zealand

By Janet / November 7, 2019

In both the Lord of the rings and the hobbit series, frodo and bilbo are hobbits from Shires, and tolkien gives a detailed description of the beauty of the shire and the hobbit’s home, the Bag End. Director Peter Jackson searched throughout New Zealand after filming the film and finally found the ideal “shire” on […]

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South Australia Has Not Only Blue Holes, But Also Cave Gardens

By Janet / October 11, 2019

South Australia is a multi-faceted tourist destination with wide, smooth roads and beautiful scenery. Blue lake is a volcanic lake located in the crater of an extinct volcano in mount gambier, south Australia. Many people know about blue lake. In fact, there is a cave garden near blue lake. It is a natural cave, and […]

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Bora Bora — “One Of The Sexiest Islands In The World”

By Janet / September 16, 2019

Bora bora, the name is like a promise — a promise to explore heaven on earth. Its mysterious appeal captivates visitors. Tahiti is a 50-minute flight from Tahiti to bora bora, and a 10-hour boat ride with regular daily flights and sailings. Bora bora covers an area of 15 square miles and peaks at 2,385 […]

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