Saturday, August 09, 2014


During my travels through the South Island of New Zealand I had the chance to see several waterfalls, here's a brief overview with some details of each...

Ariki Falls
  • height: max. 5 m
  • type: cataract
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Avalanche Creek Falls
  • height: 80 m
  • type: horsetail

Devils Punchbowl Falls
  • height: 112 m
  • type: punchbowl

Maruia Falls
  • height: 10 m
  • type: block

Ohau Falls
  • height: 15 m
  • type: horsetail
  • comment: depending on the time of the year you can see baby seals here

Twin Creek Falls
  • height: 115 m
  • type: multistep