Follow your own rhythm to explore the Redwood Forest Park and find quiet in the magnificent thousand-year-old mahogany trees. Deep blue is floating in the sky. Under this blue sky, we can see a mahogany forest, enjoy a landscape, hold a handful of greens and enjoy a cool touch.
Because of lack of time, I did not go deep into the forest. It was later known that the King of the Rings had also been photographed here, but standing in it, I felt that the black wind monster in the travel notes to the West should appear here. The only toll item is treewalk, which is to walk on a ropeway 4 or 5 meters above the ground. For ordinary tourists, if they are not in a hurry, it is suggested to reserve one to two hours, but for hikers, it is another matter.
Rotorua Redwood Forest Park is a strictly protected forest, because there are many precious timber growing here, mainly sandalwood and rosewood. Most of these precious timber has a history of several hundred years, which is very precious. It is the first time that I actually saw the living rosewood, and it is so big, really super exciting.
Few artificially carved primitive forests are large in scale, with very high trees, different lengths of pedestrian walkways and bicycle lanes with different difficulties for people to exercise. Forest lanes are well-marked and difficult to get lost. They are free of charge to the public, and their toilets and seats are also distinctive.
It's very beautiful. It's really a fairyland on earth. Good place to get up early in Hiking!! On the third morning of my trip to New Zealand, I was shocked by the clear lake water. I highly recommend it! Must go to Hahaha
I went to New Zealand's Redwood Forest Park and remembered that the locals were proud to say that their country was "the place God left for their old age" and it was a real thing. You can hardly see any pedestrians in Rotorua. Some are just continuous forests, such as shady grass. Breathing deeply in such a high-quality oxygen bar environment is really intoxicating and refreshing.
Rotorua's Redwood Forest Park is a beautiful mountain landscape. The primitive forests here are well protected, with waterfalls and running water everywhere, without any tourism development. Some of them were mining bases in those days, but they are now abandoned and unused, which seems very mysterious. It's also the best place for Rotorua to hike in the mountains, and it's worth visiting.
Rotorua is a place to visit New Zealand's Bidaka. Rotorua is rich in natural resources, including volcanoes, lakes, forests, Maori peoples and cultures. The mangrove forest outside Rotorua is unforgettable. The trees in this towering forest are tall and straight. It's very comfortable to step on the wooden path covered with thick leaves and breathe the fragrance of wood.
Rotorua Redwood Forest is a very large area of the original forest, where the vegetation is very rich, mineral resources are also very much. Because there are many precious species of mahogany trees, it is called the mahogany forest. But logging is prohibited here, so you can only see it. Walking through the forest is the best way to visit this place. There are not only big trees, but also abandoned mines, clear streams, long suspension bridges, which are interesting and worth visiting.
On the way from Auckland to Rotorua today, in addition to the vast idyllic scenery, we have also seen the dense forests of mountains. In this temperate country of New Zealand, the growth rate of trees is still very fast. The mahogany forest not far from Rotorua was planted by the New Zealand government in 1901, when hundreds of American mahogany species were introduced and about one third of them survived natural elimination. Under the influence of local unique geothermal resources, these mahogany trees have been growing for 100 years, but they are almost as strong as those of other regions at the age of thousands of years. Get out of the car and walk into the dense forest. The tall and strong mahogany is straight and straight, and the sunshine scatters the air in the dense shade. The guide led us into the forest not far from the parking lot to see a unique tree "Seven Fairies". In fact, a mahogany falls down and grows seven mahogany trees successively on its trunk. Most of them are big trees that can not be held by one person. One of the smallest trees has a big mouth. Here the tour guide gives 20 minutes of free time (a little but very helpless), and we walk along the dirt trail in the forest for a period of time before returning, which is a tour here. In addition to the tall mahogany, there are more green vines growing at the lower levels, so there are few places on both sides of the trail where tourists trample on flourishing branches and leaves. The green branches and leaves of plants are more lush with the accompanying and nourishing of dead branches and rotten leaves, which is the endless growth of nature. Many local citizens come here by car to walk their dogs, run or take walks. They either go in groups, walk alone, or travel with their families. People living in this city are really happy.