Waitomo might be known for its glow worm caves, but the countryside of King Country is riddled with troglodyte passageways and grottoes. While some are easily reached, there are hundreds of caverns only accessible to the most adventurous tourists.
After the longest pause in visitors in living memory, guests are back to abseil and zipwire into the caves. If they dare.
The world-famous caves of Waitomo have been attracting tourists since the early 1900s. The bio-luminescent creepy crawlies have appeared in films and documentaries, and in previous years the glow worm caves have drawn in around half a million visitors. Like so many moths, enticed by the bright lights.
However, fewer tourists have seen the caves like this.
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