The uneven surface of the ground really has the pits and pits on the surface of the moon, and there will be geothermal heat from time to time. New Zealand is rich in geology and landforms, and it is also a good place to view the surface of the moon!
It is reminiscent of the uneven landform on the moon's surface. It is a wide geothermal area with hot steam everywhere on the surface and hot springs boiling from the mud. If you have already played Rotorua, you can not use it.
He walked 1.5 distances, a bit longer than other geothermal experiences in Taupo. Nevertheless, it is easy to walk on the wide boardwalk. There are many steam vents and several craters, including 2 mud pools. There is a circular circuit that requires 120 steps. I bypassed it because of my bad knees. Considering that the ticket is only $8, it is very worthwhile
A privately-run geothermal park, the taste is relatively big, I personally feel that I am particularly interested in geology such as landforms, you can go to see it, I feel that the general does not seem to be too interesting, after all, it is smoke from the ground, the taste is still special Rush.
It's really good, I actually have such an idea
Tycho crater is one of the most observed craters, with a diameter of about 85 kilometers and a depth of about 4850 meters. At the bottom of the crater, there is a relatively complex central peak group that is 1,600 meters high. The Tycho crater has a diameter of 51 miles (about 82 kilometers) and can be seen on the earth with the naked eye. In fact, it is the target of many astronomers. In 1968, the US "Surveillator" No. 7 lunar probe captured some radiation patterns of Tycho Crater. There are 12 radiation patterns in the Tycho crater. They pass through mountains, moon valleys, and across the moon and sea. The longest radiation pattern is 1,800 kilometers long, and the widest is 20 kilometers wide. How is the radiation pattern formed? Most scientists believe that when a volcanic eruption or a large meteorite hits the surface of the moon, rocks and rock powder are thrown around. Later, these substances gradually fell back to the lunar surface and became radiation patterns. Because of their high albedo, they look extraordinarily bright.