The Kavalao River is the longest river in Queen Town. It is blue and deep. It will be wide and smooth, narrow and torrential, and enter deep valley caves. It is really a thousand-turn road with varied scenery. It is the most ideal place for drifting. It is absolutely worth visiting.
The Kavalao River is a very famous river in Queenstown. The river is formed by melting alpine snow and water, so it is very clear and blue. The Kavalao River is gentle and turbulent at times. It is very suitable for drifting, so it attracts numerous drifting enthusiasts to come here.
The Kavalao River is one of the main rivers in Queenstown. Its water is blue, wide, narrow, slow and fast. It is very suitable for everyone to drift. The river water is really very clear, the small fish under the water is clearly visible, the glaciers on both sides of the mountain, birds and flowers in the process of drifting, both thrilling and exciting, and feel relaxed and free, it is really beautiful.
The highway from Arrow Town to Queen Town will pass through the Kavalau River. The melting water of glaciers in the southern Alps has created those green lakes, which flow through the mountains on both sides of the river to form the Kavalu River in the valley. There are adventure extreme sports events beside the river. The most famous ones are bungee jumping, rafting and high-speed motorboats. They are all very exciting.
The Kavalau River crosses deep canyons. Although the river is not wide, it has dams. The river is turbulent but clear and not turbid. We can see people playing kayaking and other sports here. The trees on both sides of the river are shady, walking feels good, and bungee jumping on the bridge. This is the birthplace of bungee jumping culture.
It is a river to the east of Queen Town. The water is turbulent because of crossing the canyon. But unlike in China, the river here is very clear and does not contain yellow mud. There is a section of the river parallel to the road from Queen Town to Christchurch, Lake Ticabo, which is visible on the road. The famous Kavalu Bridge bungee jumping is set here.
The Cavalau River originated in Queen Town, where water flows from Lake Wakatip. You can play drifting. The river is turbulent, with standing waves and whirlpools. Finally, after a quiet period of water, let you recover from the excitement.
The highway from Arrow Town to Queen Town will pass through the Kavalau River. The melting water of glaciers in the southern Alps has created those green lakes, which flow through the mountains on both sides of the river to form the Kavalu River in the canyon. There are extreme sports events beside the river. The most famous ones are bungee jumping, rafting and high-speed motorboats. They are all very exciting, but they go in winter and are very cold. I dare not try.
Breaking through the waves in the torrent, though full of river water, it feels really cool.
The Kavalao River is not wide. Near the city centre there is a dam that can be opened to traffic. The water quality of the river is clear. There are different activities in different parts of the river. Small boats enter the city from the lakeside Wharf in the center of the city. There are hiking trails near the dam and bungee jumping at the far point.