The Bridge at Waiotapu Stream, Wai-O-Tapu

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  • It is The Secret Spot, The Bridge is called, has a variety of places and hot 'n' Cold. The hot springs of the River, is of course free. Mix is hot and cold rivers, so turn to like temperatures. Japanese I love hot water. People who like hot water, please go to the upstream sources well, doesn't have a lot of people. Source spring you can enjoy. Place the small waterfall as offers a whirlpool bath. It is appropriated to shoulder feels good. It is dangerous in New Zealand waters up nasal passages. Everything to understand death or diagnosis of amoebic meningitis. Please, please do not put the head face. Cars can be parked on the side of the road. Because no one in the car or set aside will swim. And kerosene Creek, but a short walk from the entrance to the lukewarm temperature of the hot water also? And I chose the Hot 'n' Cold. Attractive in Japan with the same hot water, so is satisfied. I want to tell the truth. (Laughs) so, are deliberately devaluing.
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  • We really enjoyed a dip in this amazing hot springs stream. We were there at about 1pm and there were only a few other people there, which was great, but when we got out my daughters bag had disappear...  more »
  • Great spot to break up a car journey. Were there in what would be a busy day - but being there before 11am meant we had very few people there (found park right next to bridge and were the only people ...  more »