Not exactly exciting but a Rotorua "must do" experience.
The treetops walkway in suspended bridges and tree platforms in the redwood forest. It is beautifully built and very safe. If you buy a ticket you can both in the day and at night when the walkways ar...
The Cariwa Rewa Redwood Forest, once the location of the movie "Harry Potter", is named after the towering redwood trees of the California coast of the United States. In the well-known parent-child program "Where is Dad?", Yang Wei and his son also used to ride here. It is one of New Zealand's most spectacular natural wealth. The air here is fresh and the vegetation is flourishing. It is a natural oxygen bar, which makes people feel refreshed. Redwoods is a relatively unpopular attraction in Rotorua, but there are many locals. New Zealanders plant more than 170 different trees in this mahogany forest, hoping to verify where the tree is best suited to New Zealand, especially Rotorua, a geothermally rich area. One-third of the more than 170 species of trees survive. Nowadays, the Redwood Forest is also a great place for people to go for a walk or to exercise on a mountain bike.
The Red Forest is very close to the town of Rotorua and can be reached by car for about a quarter of an hour. The entire scenic area is completely original, although there are well-planned routes, it is not forbidden to develop the route by yourself. The entire scenic area is densely distributed with the number of people who need to look up, and it is inevitable that they feel a mystery.
Depart from Lake Rotorua and arrive at the Redwood Forest in 5 minutes. This is a natural forest oxygen bar. You can breathe New Zealand's purest fresh air with a big mouth. The tall redwood forest is a good photo shoot. local.
The trees here are hundreds of years old, and the trunk is very straight, suitable for punching and taking pictures. Originally, the air in New Zealand was particularly good, not to mention the redwood forest. A fresh air rushed forward, breathing the original atmosphere of nature, accompanied by the sounds of various rare birds and animals in the forest. Strolling, a rare leisurely holiday.