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Watch the Water Steam at Frying Pan Lake!

avatar   Stacy

Posted On 05/06/2023 10:52:50

New Zealand | Rotorua | Waimangu Volcanic Valley | Frying Pan Lake | Geothermal | Mount Tarawera | Volcanic | Hot Spring | Hiking

Watch the Water Steam at Frying Pan Lake!


Waimangu Volcanic Valley was formed by a volcanic eruption that occurred less than 140 years ago. Located on the North Island of New Zealand, this valley is the youngest volcanic valley in the world. Visitors can choose their walking paths as they explore the valley at their own pace. Don't miss seeing the beautiful blue waters in the largest hot spring, Frying Pan Lake!

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Another day ... another geothermal walk! Our walk through Waimangu Volcanic Valley was longer than the last few geothermal areas that we explored. Seeing the steaming blue water at Frying Pan Lake was a highlight of our walk through the "youngest" valley in the world that was created by a volcanic eruption.

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