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a river flowing through a lush green forest filled with lots of trees and bushes next to a small town
Puarenga Stream flowing through Whakarewarewa Thermal Village.
an aerial view of a town with steam pouring out of it's buildings and surrounding trees
Views back over Whakarewarewa Thermal Village with the steam and mist adding to the ambience.
a hot spring in the middle of a forest with steam rising from it's surface
One of the many geothermal features at Whakarewarewa - the Living Maori Village.
an aerial view of steam rising from the ground near trees and water in a river
Colourful features of the geothermal wonders in Te Whakarewarewa Geothermal Valley.
an aerial view of a geyser pool surrounded by houses
“Parekohuru” (murderous ripples). Despite such negative nomenclature, Parekohuru as well as most of the other steam vents are actually actively used in everyday village life. Parekohuru, the largest hot spring in the Village is used for cooking leaf and root vegetables or even seafood.
a geyser spewing out steam into the air near trees and bushes
Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley. Te Puia, Rotorura, New Zealand - Travel To Eat
Geyser Flat with Steam in Te Whakarewarewa Geothermal Valley.