Trekking the Wild side of Tongariro Crossing

One of UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, located in New Zealand’s North Island, Tongariro National Park is New Zealand’s oldest National Park, gifted by the Maoris in 1887. In 1993, Tongariro was also recognized as one of the Cultural World Heritage site for its richness in cultural significance and history. These great piece of wildness boast the grandeur views of 3 mountains or rather 3 active volcanoes: Mt Ruapehu, Mt Tongariro & Mt Ngauruhoe  … over an large area made magnificent and unique by volcanic activities! These 3 young active volcanoes, less than 500,000 years old, form the southern limits of the Taupo Volcanic Zone, […]

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