Natural attractions

Sand dunes in Port Stephens
Port Stephens, NSW

Australia is a pretty much the country that could offer all possible activities and nature attractions. Want skiing? Go to Snowy Mountains or Tasmania. Want SCUBA diving? All along the Australian coast. Want to see the real sandy dunes? Of course Australia has deserts, someone could answer. But not only, ...

Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland
Rotorua, New Zealand

Wai-O-Tapu, which means “sacred waters” when translated from Maori, is an amazing active geothermal area in New Zealand. It is located close to the Reporoa caldera in the Taupo Volcanic Zone and is just 20-30 minutes drive from Rotorua.

Because of tense geothermal activity happening beneath, this area is not ...

Spa and thermal hot pools in Rotorua
Rotorua, New Zealand

Swimming in hot thermal pools, having mud bath or spa experience is the number one thing to do in Rotorua. This what you have to go for. Rotorua area has unique hot water springs with sulphurous geothermal water that are very good for health and have a positive effect in ...

Waimangu Volcanic Valley
Rotorua, New Zealand

Waimangu, that means 'black water' from Maori language, used to be famous for its most powerful mud geyser in the word. After the Tarawera eruption in 1886, this geyser started destroying and extinct in 1904. However, this valley holds consequences of that event and is a great place for volcanic ...

Cathedral Cove
Hahei, New Zealand

I love coves. It's like the nature created a corner where you can feel safe and away from everything. The Cathedral Cove in New Zealand North island is one of the most beautiful I've seen. I regret that I didn't plan enough time to stay there. Naturally formed a rock ...