Blue Pools Track Attraction
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It's a nice blue pool if you plan to take a dip, else the sandflies just occupy you.
Blue Pools walk - Haast Pass/Tioripatea, Wanaka Region, NZ - 66 travel reviews for Blue Pools walk - Haast Pass/TioripateaWater was very pretty but I did expect a little more.
Blue Pools Track: Walking and tramping in Mount Aspiring National ParkWalk to beautiful pools in the Makarora River – it's a short, easy walk with a swingbridge and is suitable for children.
Blue Pools Track (Wanaka, New Zealand): Top Tips Before You Go (with Photos) - TripAdvisorBlue Pools Track, Wanaka: See 158 reviews, articles, and 211 photos of Blue Pools Track, ranked No.7 on TripAdvisor among 76 attractions in Wanaka.
【2016紐西蘭南島自駕12日】藍湖(Blue Pools)、神祕許願石、扇尾瀑布(Fantail Falls)及雷鳴溪瀑布(Thunder Creek Falls) @ 我的彤話世界 :: 痞客邦 PIXNET ::Makaroro前往Haast的路上會經過藍湖步道 (Blue Pools Track)及藍湖(Blue Pools)、雷鳴溪瀑布(Thunder Creek Falls) 及扇尾瀑布(Fantail Falls)
藍湖步道 (Blue Pools Track)的步道僅30分鐘
雷鳴溪瀑布(Thunder Creek Falls)及扇尾瀑布(Fantail Falls)景觀僅須步行3~10分鐘即可到達
Day 4 – Blue Pools, Fantail Falls and Haast Pass – Phoren YatraWe found one of the last few spots to park our car (it was crowded even on a weekday in March) and crossed the highway to get on the other side, where the entrance of the Blue Pools is located. There is a clearly marked pathway that leads to a swing bridge where the actual pool is. We walked for about 20 minutes (starting from the entrance) to get to the swing bridge. I was wearing a t-shirt that day, and people coming back from the track were giving me weird looks, almost as if they were hinting something at me. Later, I would understand why this was the case. The Blue Pools and Haast pass area in general is filled with sandflies. They swarm all over you and bite. So, I had to pull on my jacket to keep those sandflies at bay. Amazingly, they still bit us on whatever skin they could find, forehead, neck, etc. My advice to you is apply sandfly/insect repellant before you go to this place.