Slow motion spectacular aqua colored waterfalls. New Zealand: Huka Falls. - Stock video

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Stock video ID:156621341
Upload date:November 15, 2012


Slow motion footage of the spectacular Huka Falls, which are located in the centre of the North Island of New Zealand. They are the most visited natural attraction in New Zealand. The unique aqua blue colour of the water in the Huka Falls is due to the air bubbles in the clear water reflecting blue light. The Waikato River, normally up to 100 metres wide, abruptly narrows to just 15 metres as it crosses a hard volcanic ledge and plunges 11 metres. This causes a huge volume of water to collide together, forming a stunning visual feast of powerful falls and rapids.
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