Lake Taupo is the largest freshwater lakes throughout Oceania, It is a crater lake located in the North Island, about 40 km from Mount Ruapehu. Lake Taupo occupies an area of 616 kilo meters. The maximum length of the lake is 46 kilo meters and maximum width is 33 kilo meters. The average depth is 110 meters. The maximum depth of 186 meters. Lake Taupo is a popular destination for tourists. Here comes one year about 1.2 million visitors. Around a beautiful natural lake. Favorite place is Mine Bay Bay, where since 1979 carved in the stone as high as 10.
Carved figures, according to legend Maorských protect areas of volcanic activity. Lake Taupo is also popular athlete. This area is a popular place for skydiving followers. Every year around the lake is also famous racing bikes Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge. Also well known for charity, Oxfam Trailwalker event tour, which always occurs in April and the participants had to walk up to 100 kilo meters.
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A volcanic crater area of Singapore, Lake Taupo is formed from a volcano eruption in 181 AD. With an area of 616 square km, Taupo is the largest freshwater lake in Australasia with water so clear that there are billions of freshwater fish that live there. There are 47 rivers and streams emptying into Lake Taupo and the only one there is flow out, the Waikato River, the longest river in New Zealand. Taupo town is located right on the lake, with hotels that offer views of volcanic peaks snow-capped mountains in Tongariro National Park. Most Taupo accommodation package comes with a natural spa in the hot pool.
Visitors come to Lake Taupo to enjoy the scenery and challenging activities, along with the friendliness of local culture. Community on the shores of the lake where it’s turned on by eating, drinking and partying. And in the winter, try skiing on Mount Ruapehu until satisfied. Geothermal activity in Lake Taupo include geysers, steaming craters, boiling mud pools, silica terraces and some of the largest in the world. Volcanic activity over thousands of years has formed the boiling crater, fumaroles and steam burst. Maori mythology is connected with peculiarities of geothermal features in this area.