Nauruhoi, the legendary wife of Tongariro, has a beautiful mountain shape, a reddish hilltop and folding skirt-like snow marks. It is the highest peak (often mistaken for Tongariro) that can be seen on the shortest line of Tongariro on the 1st day. There is a branch line on the Tongariro Hiking Line to climb Nauruhoi Peak, but the steep slope and full sandstone make it very difficult. Peak rocks are warm and hot. Some rocks are hot and spraying water beads. Keep a distance and pay attention to safety. If the weather is good, the peak of the North Island can be seen Ruapehu.
Nauru is located in the Micronesia Islands in the Midwest of the South Pacific Ocean, known as Paradise Island. Nauru, with an area of only 24 square kilometres, is the smallest island country in the world and is the size of a medium-sized airport. In the centre of the island is a volcano called "Bouadala Palace Lake", which adds lustre to Nauru's beautiful scenery.
There are many similarities between New Zealand and Japan, both island countries and countries with many hot springs and volcanoes. Nauruhei Mountain is also one of the active volcanoes. It is not only one of the scenes of the Lord of the Rings, but also a famous ski resort.