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Visiting caves is one of the activities offered in Queenstown or in Milford Sound. This is a fabulous activity to do when you are in New Zealand. Both North and South Islands have magnificent caves for you discover. A cave is located in an erground surface, it is a natural area and it allows people to visit it. It is said that some caves are so large that they don’t even have daylight. There is a word given to this action, it is called potholing, caving and sometimes spelunking. But spelunking is a word used mostly in the United States. There are two main types of caves the primary caves and secondary caves. The caves are formed by geologic methods. The Te Anau Glowworm Caves is well known in Queenstown. The excursion will take at least two hours. Caves are a real mysterious world. The visit of Te Anau Gloworm will start with a cruise across the Lake Te Anau. From the lake you will be able to discover the Cavern House. Here are some of the caves you can visit in New Zealand, Kawiti Caves, Nikau Caves, Mangaone Cave, Karamu Cave, Aranui Cave, Waitamo cave, Ruakuri Cave, Mangawhitikau Garener’s Gut; these caves are on the North Island. On the South Island you will discover Te Anau Caves that we just talked about, Cathedral Caves, Fox River Caves, Mount Arthur Caves, Cave Stream Scenic Reserve,Broken River Cave, Mount Owen Caves, Takaka Caves, Riwaka Resurgence. Caving is a relaxing activity you will be able discover the fabulous underground world, so don’t miss to visit some caves of New Zealand.



Milford Queenstown Cave




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