New Zealand's Tongariro National Park is a rare world heritage of nature and culture. It is located on the south side of Rotorua and the Taupo geothermal area in the heart of the North Island. It has spectacular volcanic groups and indigenous Maori culture. Tongariro Alpine Crossing is one of New Zealand's top ten hiking trails.
If you really can't rush to challenge the volcanic road of nearly 20 kilometers, you can try a few kilometers of small hiking routes around, such as the waterfall line we walked.
Although New Zealand is already in the midsummer, the mountain still retains a little snow, so it is a reward for visitors coming from afar.
The Tongariro volcano group, which is often seen in the Lord of the Rings, is a totem of the local Maori, a natural heritage of the world. It includes a number of trails that run from a 20-kilometer day to more than 70 km. One day through the trail through the smoky crater, multiple colored lakes overlooking the highest peak of the North Island, and is considered to be New Zealand's most exciting day walk. However, if there is plenty of time, it can also withstand the climatically ridiculous hikers. It is worthwhile to spend a few days on the ring line. Over the towering ridges, meet the blue lake, and plunge into the rushing waterfall. The jungle of the stream, and finally back to the starting point, all the exhaustion is relieved. For the ring walkers, the village of wakapapa is a suitable pre-departure accommodation in the Tongariro National Park and the completion of the loop.