More to explore:

New Zealand

There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit Site
  • Simon Cook

    New Zealand’s north island is home to Mount Taranaki, or Mount Egmont, a 2,518 meter (8,261 ft) tall active volcano. Taranaki is quite young for a volcano, having become active only 135,000 years ago. Its most recent activity was a mere 160 years ago. Mount Taranaki is the center of the Egmont National Park

  • Smarmy Zelda

    NASA satellite photo of mt. Taranaki, New Zealand

Related Pins

Ruehepu Another view of the summit of Mt. Ruehepu. Note the massive waterfall in the left of the photo around the middle.

New Zealand, North Island-302 by Tristan27, via Flickr

Mount Tongariro (New Zealand) sits in a close volcanic cluster with Mount Ngauruhoe and Mount Ruapehu

New Zealand. I feel like the awesome Kiwis get looked over because people focus so much on Australia (also on my list of course), and NZ reminds me a lot of Canada in scenery and attitudes.

Egmont National Park encompasses the huge volcano Taranaki (or Mount Egmont, as it is also known) - New Zealand

White Island, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. We saw this from the ship. They say that the sulpheric acid in the air will rot out your equipment after a very few days of visiting the island regularly. People still work there trying to extract metals.

Beautiful Pukekura Park, New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand.

Coromandel cathedral cove. 7 day north island sample itinerary