White Island - NZ


Some of the most other-worldly scenery to be found in New Zealand is on neither the North Island nor the South Island but rather on a small island which sits off the coast of the North Island in the Bay of Plenty.  It's called White Island (Whakaari), and it's formed by one of the country's most active volcanoes.  The roughly circular island is only about 2 km (around 1.2 mi.) in diameter but that's only what is visible - most of the volcano is underwater.  You can check it out in this awesome video by Walker Vision.  

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