Te Urewera National Park is the largest national park in the North Island of New Zealand and is well-known for encapsulating an array of eco-friendly wilderness, stunning lakes and some of the New Zealand’s magnificent aboriginal rainforests.
Travelers often make their visit to the Te Urewera National Park in order to explore the marvelous Lake Waikaremoana; carved by a colossal landslide 2200 years ago, it is the focus for an ample number of activities prevalent in the park. The Lake Waikaremoana track one of the New Zealand’s “Great Walks”, is set towards the left side of the lake.
While venturing through the remote areas of the park, you’ll also come in contact with Tuhoe-the children of the mist. These people treat their guests with great hospitality and depict how the Maori culture and language is blooming today in the Te Urewera.
- Te Urewera National Park encompasses a never-ending world of beautiful lakes, forests, and mountains.
- Tuhoe people, residents of the park are better known as the “Children of the Mist”.
- It protects the largest areas of the native rainforests of the North Island.
- It was established as a national park in 1954 and disestablished as such in 2014.
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