Take a boat to the Te Anau Glowworm Caves-a cave with rotating water, discovered by the explorer Lawson Bruns in 1948. The water in the cave is 9 meters deep, and there are fireflies flashing like stars without wearing a life jacket. The dark icy water was on the boat, and I felt that the danger index was quite high.
Photographs are not allowed in the Glowworm Caves. The scheduled seven o’clock in the evening itinerary, Lake Te Anau is beautiful and beautiful, and the scenery by boat is also amazing. After watching the fireflies return trip, the sky is full of stars, shocked, it’s just like a dark reserve , So beautiful, fireflies are also very beautiful, inside is a big cave, the blue fireflies flash and twinkle, very dreamy!
It takes about two hours to drive from Queenstown to Te Anau. The scenery along the way is beautiful, so it’s not boring at all. After arriving at Te Anau, take a cruise and pass through Lake Te Anau and arrive at the snowy mountains and clouds in the distance of the Glowworm Caves. It is not possible to take pictures in the firefly cave in the fairyland, but this experience is unforgettable for a lifetime. The starry blue fireflies are so beautiful!
Anau Glowworm Caves or The Te Ana-au caves are a culturally and ecologically important system of limestone caves on the western shore of Lake Te Anau, in the southwest of New Zealand.They were re-discovered in 1948 by Lawson Burrows, who found the upper entry after three years of searching, following clues in old Māori legends.
Fireworm caves are a few in New Zealand, much the same.
Te Anau Glowworm Caves are definitely recommended, although the tickets are a bit expensive. This kind of firefly is different from what we know in China. It can't fly. It hangs on the top of a cave and relies on a hanging fishing line to catch prey. No photos are allowed inside, only a photo of the dock