112***81The small town of Matamata is famous for movies. The tree cave house here is very fairytale, even if you haven't seen this series of movies. Come to the field to experience this Middle-earth world in person.
莺语花儿Follow a professional guide to the small town of Mata, where the movies "Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" were filmed, and explore the secrets of the two world blockbusters. The "The Hobbit" series of films was released in the United States on December 14, 2012. It tells the story of the hobbit Bilbo Baggins, who was introduced by the wizard Gandalf and joined a team of 13 dwarves to start an adventure to a lone mountain...
雪3飞whoBlue Spring│Pure and beautiful New Zealand’s "Little Jiuzhai" Blue Spring Blue Spring, a small place and not a small name, is the largest source of pure water in New Zealand. The water quality of more than 70% of the canned water in New Zealand is super clean, and the water temperature is maintained all year round 11 ℃ The scenic spot is quiet and pure. It is called the "Little Jiuzhai" scenic trail in New Zealand for about 5 kilometers. It is the best place for hiking, oxygen inhalation, and lung washing. Personal evaluation: Although it is a "Little Jiuzhai", it is of course incomparable to the authentic Jiuzhaigou Ha. But it is small and exquisite. The clear and blue spring water really makes people intoxicated and without noise. It is very quiet (the genuine Jiuzhaigou is always crowded with people). It is very suitable for picking a sunny morning, come here to appreciate the scenery, exercise and physical activity. Detailed address: Leslie Rd, South Waikato 3483 Traffic guide: It is recommended to drive by yourself. It’s a 2-hour drive from downtown Auckland. It’s more cost-effective to check in with other attractions, such as Hobbit Village. Opening hours: All-day tickets: trouble. Estimated duration: 2 hours. Practical tips1⃣️There is no trash can on the trail, so yes If you want to keep the garbage, go back to the entrance and there is a trash can to throw away, so be sure to bring a larger bag to temporarily store empty water bottles and other garbage. I really despise the behavior of littering. ❗2⃣️The whole trail takes almost two hours. You can walk through the inside, there are some steep places and stairs, it is better to wear flat and comfortable shoes. 3⃣️If you just want to check in here quickly, if you have a low budget or lack of physical strength, you can enter from the south entrance and turn back to the Blue Spring LOOK OUT platform. The most beautiful scenery will not be missed. 4⃣️ Sunglasses are essential for sun protection. Take a bottle of water on the way to do a good job of water supply, there are no shops along the way.
d36***08Animal husbandry is a pillar industry in New Zealand. Pastures and farms abound in New Zealand. Agora Farm in Rotorua is New Zealand's largest tourist farm integrating animal husbandry and tourism. The most eye-catching thing is the rural scenery. On the pasture, there are green grass, flocks of cattle and sheep, or alone ~ leisurely and contented; in the orchard, fruit trees are lined up with bent branches ~ fruitful; deep in the farm, there are several management staff’s residences in Wan The green bushes reveal a little red top~ it adds a bit of elegance. The most impressive is the comprehensive travel services. The farm has a large area, and you need to take a sightseeing car when visiting. The sightseeing car pulled by a large tractor is unique to the scenic spot and has become a unique landscape. The farm has mostly Chinese tourists, and many guides and narrators who are fluent in Chinese are arranged to lead the crowd together. The atmosphere of a foreign country and the feeling of being at home~ It's so good! The most fascinating thing is the close contact with animals. The farm has opened up several areas, allowing tourists to have close contact with animals, the most eye-catching alpaca, which is hard to see in China. Countless alpacas, unique body shapes, elegant gait, cute looks, embarrassing looks, and fluffy feel, make people laugh.
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For the Hobitton fans, this is a must visit place. There will be a bus send you to the place of visit then will be a walking tour by a guide and it requires little hiking. The path is not suitable for baby stroller so if planning to go with infant, carrier will be better. Along the tour, the guide will explain the place and which part of the movie take place.
Loved the visit
If you are visiting the North Island of New Zealand then definitely precook tickets to Hobbit Village! Prebook because I saw a lot of people turned away. I enjoyed the Lord of the Rings books and movies but you don’t need to be a fan to enjoy this site. I knew I was visiting a movie set but I didn’t realize it was still a working sheep ranch! The tours were well timed and I didn’t feel rushed. It was a place I’d visit again. The hobbit houses all really open up and you’re able to step inside some of them.
New Zealand | Punch around Auckland, Hobbit fairy tale world
from New Zealand's largest city, Auckland, self-driving to Hobbit Village, 200 km, about 3 hours.
There are 3 Chinese groups in the scenic area every day. After entering the Hobbit Village, you must not leave the team behind the scenic tour guide. After arriving at the scenic spot to buy a ticket, take the scenic bus.
There are 39 Hobbit houses in the scenic area. It is recommended not to carry a lot of things. Just take a camera and walk in the front or the back of the team. There is no way to take photos of your favorite in the middle.
The tour guide will take you through the whole time to control, almost no time. Finally, I will give you a 20-minute filming in a restaurant bar. A cup of ginger water can be collected free of charge in the bar.
The scene in the small house in the movie is not here, it is in the capital Wellington. The space in the small house is very small, about 2-3 square meters. It is a small warehouse for storing umbrellas and materials.
There are very rare guinea fowls in the scenic area, very cute.
Whether you are a fan of The Lord of the Rings or The Hobbit, you can't miss Hobie, which is not only a movie location, but also a refined paradise.
Hobbite still has to play for a long time. After all, many houses and door-to-door living utensils will take a lot of time to take pictures one by one. Into the inside, there will be staff to lead the team, and follow the time to walk and listen to the time. fast. Surprisingly, the props inside are not models, everything is true! The vegetables and fruits in the field are real, and the food on the table is also true! The deeper the visit, the more I feel that it seems to have been someone.
Hobbit + Waitomo's bus day trip is a lunch, just in a small tent in Hobbiton. Lunch is a buffet style. There is a large dining table with a lot of staple foods and hot dishes, including freshly baked beef, a drink table and a dessert table. The variety is very rich, the taste is good, and the atmosphere is great.
New Zealand Travel | Crossing the Hobbit Village
Matamata is the magical blockbuster "The Lord of the Rings Trilogy" and its prequel "The Hobbit 1"
The Hobbit Village is the main filming site for the film Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. It is located in the small town of Matamata, 150 km south of Auckland, New Zealand. In 1998, director Peter Jackson was here and even used New Zealand. The army established this shooting site.
Every scene is so exquisite, seeing the tour guide's intentions on the details, there is a fake tree on the cave, the film crew specially imported 200,000 pieces of plastic leaves from Taiwan, and then a piece of glue from the staff On the trunk made of iron and silica gel, it is enough to see that their intentions are good.
If you want to judge the most memorable scenes in the "Lord of the Rings" series, I believe that the Hobbit Village in the "Hobbit" is none other than. This village, far from the city and beautiful scenery, was once a farm on the North Island of New Zealand. Today it is interpreted by the crew and travel company as the paradise of Middle-earth, the county of Shire.
Hobbit is about 150 kilometers from Auckland and it takes about 2 hours to drive.
There is a big parking lot here and it is free.
New Zealand parking, except for urban charges in big cities, most don't need money.
Tickets: NZD 79 for adults
Youth (9-16 years old) 39.5 New Zealand dollars,
Children (0-8 years old) Free
Hobbit Village has Chinese group And the English group can choose
the English group that we originally reported, but there are too many people who see the English group
so the Chinese group is temporarily changed, and the person who speaks Chinese is still not the person who speaks English. Big.
Entering the Hobbit Village, they must follow the team and cannot act alone.
This is the bus that carries us into the village.
The car is ringing the background music of the Hobbit, and the scene outside the window is a special feeling.
When the famous director Peter Jackson flew all over New Zealand to find a filming site for his giant film, the Matangata farm surrounded by green hills and quiet pastures brought him The shock to the heart deeply touched him.
Hobbit, refers to the location of the film of the King of the Rings, and is the purest Middle-earth in the director's mind. Blue sky and white clouds, mountains and rolling hills, as well as cute little Hobbit houses, you can imagine that they are here for the sunset and the leisurely little days. Away from the reality, here is the most beautiful Middle-earth world that we all yearn for!