MT DAMPER FALLS 💦⠀
One of the highlights of the Forgotten World Highway is Mt Damper Falls. Even though it is located not on a highway and you have to do a 20-minute detour and take a gravel road to get there, it’s definitely worth it. Not only this waterfall is one of the highest on the North Island, but it also looks very epic (especially during the rain or after the rain). Another great thing about this spot is the walk to the waterfall. You have to cross a farm full of sheep, then through the forest which looks like a magical place and then you find yourself on a high lookout platform with an incredible view 😮⠀
Have you already seen a new video about our trip to the Forgotten World Highway? If interested to know more about this awesome attraction, follow a link in bio and you will find a detailed guide on what to see there and what you need to know before hitting this road 📲⠀
🇫🇷Dernière journée autour de la montagne Ruapehu. Ce fut l’un des meilleur trek que j’ai fait. 6 jours magnifiques où le paysage change tout les kilometres entre désert, forêt, arbustes, cascades, lacs, rivières, lunaires.... .
🇳🇿Last day around Ruapehu mountain. It was one of the best hike so far. 6 days of incredible landscape which change every kilometre between deserts, forests, bushes, waterfalls, lakes, river, lunar... #teararoatrail#teararoa#teararoa2018#teararoa2019
🍃 New blog post 🍃
This one (about our trip to Taranaki Falls and Tama Lakes in Tongariro National Park) was a bit harder to write than the others, even though it was the most recent - this Easter! The trip is a bit more straight forward than the others I've written about which might be why, but it still has beautiful views - just check out that blue of Lower Tama!! 💙💙
If you want to learn more, check out the link in my profile 👍