Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Nz Rangitoto By Land and Sea

  1. Image result for Rangitoto600 Years Ago Rangitoto Island volcano was the youngest in NZ.
  2. Rangitoto neighbour is Motutapu.
  3. Rangitoto Is
  4. land is known for its contrasting rugged lava terrain and abundant native plant life. It has the largest pōhutukawa forest in the world, and is a safe haven for endangered native birds.


1 comment:

  1. Hi (again) Zack! I am really enjoying your blog posts. I've been reading through and learning a lot about New Zealand as well as our home town of Auckland. I particularly like the picture that you have posted of Rangitoto. It is a pretty special place. I had the opportunity to travel by ferry from downtown Auckland to Rangitoto a few years ago and I loved it! The island is full of volcanic rock and there is a really nice pathway that leads you from the bottom of the island to the very top. The view from atop Rangitoto is spectacular!

    Have you ever ventured across the water to Rangitoto? If not, would you like to go there one day? The hike to the top is pretty tiring but it's definitely worth it :)



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