Mangapohue Natural Bridge Walk, Waitomo Caves

#5 of 8 in Nature in Waitomo Caves
Bridge · Hidden Gem · Geologic Formation
Stand in awe at the geological history of Waikato at Mangapohue Natural Bridge Walk, a 17 m (56 ft) limestone arch that crosses Mangapohue Stream. The last remnant of an ancient cave system, the bridge makes up part of a mighty gorge and is decorated with impressive stalactite rock formations. Easily accessible even for those with infants in strollers, a well-maintained trail leads you to the mouth of the bridge and continues along the gorge and out into pristine farmland. Plan to visit Mangapohue Natural Bridge Walk during your Waitomo Caves vacation using our convenient Waitomo Caves travel route website.
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  • A short walk from the road and well worth the time. Enjoy the swing bridge on the way, see fossils in the rocks up at the viewing points.  more »
  • Fabulous place. Well worth the detour. Loved it. So close to the road and easy access for all. Nature at its best.  more »
  • well worth the drive out, i highly recommend visting around dusk maybe pop down to marakopa waterfall first and on your way back up visit the natural bridge as you can see it with a little light and.....  more »

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