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Waro Reserve's Images

Northland, New Zealand
Description: Untouchable Limestone that's millions of years old. Amazing rivet formations from eons of wind and rain slowly digging into the rock. A good part of the rock is sacred to the Maori and is protected from human destruction. Either way, the rock is mind blowingly amazing! It reminded me of rock i've seen in a National Geographic article on Leimur monkeys in Madagascar. Dope.   History: i don't know personally, but it is OLD limestone. Maori must have camped around there and many battles must have been waged. For sure, they could have used it as a Pa (a viewing site to detect approaching tribal warriors / also a Maori village).
Camping: nope... there is a Quarry store 10 feet away from it though.