Lake Tekapo, Unparalleled Natural Beauty

November 21, 2017 - by : Fands Media  |  Australia  |  No Comments  |  170310 Views
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Lake Tekapo is one of the well-known tourist destinations in New Zealand. This is one of New Zealand’s largest lakes that surrounded by Mount John mountains. It is located in the District of MacKenzie, one of the districts in the South Island of New Zealand. There are many things that you can do in Lake Tekapo, as just relaxing on the edge of the lake while admiring the beauty of the lake.

Lake Tekapo which is the second largest lake of the three lakes that stretches from the north to the south side of the Mackenzie Basin does have beautiful scenery that is so stunning which could spoil your eyes. This unparalleled natural beauty became a tourist attraction that can suck a lot of tourists from all over the world.

Natural Beauty of Lake Tekapo

Lake Tekapo does have an amazing natural beauty that makes this place as the favorite object of photographers, both amateur and professional. It presents the perfect scenery. In addition to a beautiful view of the lake which is natural, the area around the lake is also overgrown by clumps of beautiful wild lupins. From the area of the lake you can see the top view of the mountains that are covered with snow. Its water is turquoise blue and nearby there is a small church that exudes a romantic impression for anyone who looked.

Lake Tekapo looks very exotic with Russel lupins clump that can grow up to 1.5 meters. It has a variety of bright and refreshing colors like blue, purple, orange, yellow, white, pink, etc. It is a perennial plant that is flowering and planting a seed in the summer, and then dying to the bottom of the trunk during the winter and will appear again in the spring, and so on. You can enjoy it in mid-November to December each year.

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