In early July I stopped off at the Huka Falls on a trip north. This is a quick video from clips I took while checking out what is apparently New Zealand’s most visited natural attraction.
The Huka Falls are located on the Waikato River close to Lake Taupo. The approximately 100m wide river get squeezed through a 15m wide canyon carved into ancient lake floor sediments and drops 6m with the flow sometimes approaching 220,000 litres per second.
It’s all quite impressive.
This video is not a planned, professional promo shoot, it’s made from casual holiday snaps – ‘cos I like to video experiences and there’s always things to learn working with footage from different contexts.
For an optimal viewing experience try the 4k version – ideally on a larger screen and with some good audio.
For an even better experience, check out the physical version of the Falls next time you’re in that part of the country.