The Blue Lake in Rotorua is a lake formed by the eruption of a volcano. The water here is very clear. As the name suggests, it is called the Blue Lake because it has a pale blue color like sea water. It is actually because of the lake. There are relatively more calcium in it, so it presents such a magical color.
Blue Lake, as the name suggests, the lake is blue like sea water. This is also the unique color of the volcanic lake formed in New Zealand due to volcanoes. Many lakes have this charming color.
The Blue Lagoon of Rotorua is a lake formed by a volcano. Because there are many minerals in the lake and the bottom of the lake itself is very deep, the lake surface is deep blue. The surrounding plants are also very rich, forming a beautiful landscape painting, which is definitely suitable for visiting.
We finally arrived too late to have time to circle the lake, but we hurriedly walked through the main park area. There are a lot of foliage plants, so I don’t even think about seeing the lake more. Still a great walk; very efficient.
A famous lake in Rotorua is the Blue Lake. Perhaps because of the deep water depth, the lake surface is dark blue all year round, which is very mysterious and deep. The Blue Lake is surrounded by mountains. Therefore, the lake is relatively calm all year round. It is very good to take a speedboat on the lake.