It is a representative landscape of the Wai-O-Tapu Geothermal Wonderland, almost the size of a football field. The geothermal landscape itself is scarce, and most of them are white calcium carbonate, but the pool presents a champagne color with different levels and is accompanied by a clear green, which is really rare. It is at the return point of the first ring road of the scenic spot. Walking on the boardwalk, watching the hot air in the pool is like walking through a fairyland. There is a prominent viewing platform on the northeast and southwest sides of the champagne pool, which is convenient for enjoying the panoramic view.
Champagne Pool: It was formed by the geothermal explosion 700 years ago. Water is rich in minerals, including gold, silver, mercury, sulfur, sulfur, arsenic, antimony, etc. The champagne pool has a diameter of 65 meters and a depth of 62 meters. The surface temperature of the water is 74 degrees Celsius. The bubbles are carbon dioxide.
The "Champagne Pool" of Rotorua, in the Waiotapu Geothermal Reserve! Here, there are a total of 26 natural volcanic landscapes, among which the "Champagne Pool" is so beautiful that it is beyond words to describe and express its beauty! In fact, photos and videos can't capture its beauty at all. Only by experiencing it in person can you know its truly gorgeous and colorful beauty!
I came here to check in. The service staff had a good attitude. They rushed in before closing the door for the last time to sell tickets. The air was filled with the smell of sulfur from time to time. I followed the map for a 75-minute walk. Everywhere has interesting names. All kinds of Chinese prompts are full of compatriots.
It is a famous attraction in the Waiotapu geothermal area in Waikato District, North Island, New Zealand.
So beautiful! I heard that Champagne Pool is a famous attraction in the Waiotapu Geothermal Area, Waikato District, North Island, New Zealand. The name comes from the release of large amounts of carbon dioxide like the bubbles of champagne in a glass.