Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Ruakuri Cave


Ruakuri Cave is one of two well-known tourist attractions in the Waitomo area (the other being the Aranui Cave).

According to the Waitomo website, Ruakuri Cave was discovered by the local Maori about 400-500 years ago. Key features of the cave include the spectacular spiral walkway leading down into the cave, limestone formations and Waitomo's biggest attraction, the glowworms.

The photo here shows a small group of visitors being escorted through one of Ruakuri's many attractive spots.

Location: Ruakuri Cave, Waitomo, New Zealand. [Waitomo Caves Discovery Centre: S38 15.654 E175 06.540]

PhotoID: B_20110318_29377

1 comment:

herry tan said...

nice article... i like it..
follow me back please.. i still new in blog. thanks

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