Nanchi’s Fun Facts Friday – Redwoods Forest, Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, New Zealand!

Another week, Another Friday and Another Nanchi’s Fun Facts Friday. I hope you are liking the concept of it and has seen my posts on Hawamahal and Shaniwar Wada. Today let me take you to the Redwoods Forest, Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, New Zealand. It was an overwhelming experience when I visited the wonderful place. Let’s check out the fun facts about Redwoods Forest, Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, New Zealand. 

Nanchi in Redwoods Forest, Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, New Zealand
  • The tree I am holding is more than 100 years old! 
  • Located just 5 minutes from Rotorua Downtown.
  • It was established in 1901.
  • You can explore variety of native and exotic species along with the Californian Redwoods. The forest is spread in the 5600 hectares and perfect place for walkers and hikers.
  • Many of the Redwood trees have the height of more than 70 meters (230 feet).
  • Redwoods Forest is most popular in Rotorua because of exotic tree species, mix of native undergrowth and panoramic views. It is in close proximity to lakes, thermal areas and the city centre.
  • There are 70 trails ranging from beginner to expert level.

    I hope you enjoyed reading it. Stay tuned till next Friday for more such fun facts.

34 thoughts on “Nanchi’s Fun Facts Friday – Redwoods Forest, Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, New Zealand!

  1. I love trees. I try to plant trees wherever and whenever possible.
    I believed that the giant Redwood Trees are endemic to the USA, but their presence in NZ is news to me.
    Loved this post. In some future post, please show more details of this park, that is, how to reach, where is it located and other such features.. ☺️
    Thank you Madam sharing.. ☺️

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    1. That’s such a wonderful thing you do Abir. I too carry seeds ( from fruits eaten at home) and throw them wherever I travel. They grow naturally.

      Yes, it was a pleasant sight to walk through redwoods in NZ. Sure, I will share more details in the separate post. I am so glad you take so much interest in gaining knowledge. Thank you for dropping by! 🙂

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      1. That’s a nice thing you do Madam. Great.. ☺️
        Trees are our allies in the War against Global Warming. There should be more trees and more cold weather globally.
        Waiting for your next post on NZ.. ☺️

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  2. Oh my my! It’s not just a post. It’s love. Trees 🌲🌳🌴are love. I love them like anything. Every morning, I go to (used to) office, I’d touch trees, greet them, and smiled at them. 🤷🏾‍♂

    And I’m really jealous of you Nanchi, you’ve been to so many places not only in India, but abroad too. 💁🏾‍♂

    I loved each and every fact of this post. Especially, 100 years old tree. ❤

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    1. I too love love love trees! This was a heaven for me. I talk to trees and smile. Trees are the most selfless living things on this whole planet.

      You can’t be jealous, Sumit because alike me you are not a traveller kind of person. You like staying at home while I love to travel. You travel through your creativity na.

      I am glad you liked the fun facts. Thanks for dropping by! 😊🙌

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