Last updated on Feb 20th, 2019 at 12:25 pm

We can’t get enough of this incredible waterfall in New Zealand! You’ll find the Huka Falls flowing along the Waikato River!

The Huka Falls are a set of waterfalls on the Waikato River which is New Zealand’s longest river. Huka means “foam” in Maori.

The river drains from Lake Taupo and is squeezed into a deep ravine just before the majestic waterfalls, which can be seen from a footbridge built near the top of the falls.

The water plunges 11 metres down into a frothing pool below. The unique blue colour is reportedly created by the clarity of the water, and air bubbles in the water reflecting blue light.

There are loads of fun water sports activities in which visitors to the falls can participate, as well as some hiking trails and spectacular lookout points where visitors can take great photos of the natural phenomenon.

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Isn’t it just spectacular?!