Step into his galaxy world of glittering glow-worms like stunning stars in the night sky. Get right up close and learn about Gary’s amazing lifestyle and his romantic side. (glow-worms don't glow for nothing )And.... we'll find some gold too or.... I'll eat my hat!You're going to get the help of our gold prospectors lifetime of knowledge all in just a few minutes.
This is without doubt the best viewing experience for Glow Worms in NZ. Given tours are only at night we are able to see the Glow Worms like stars in the sky and also are able to get close enough to see their webs and the Glow Worms laying horizontal at the top of their webs in wait of their prey.Awesome photo opportunities are available. For the amateur photographer a cellphone is best but if you are a fully equipped "professional" photographer then with a tripod and time lapse capabilities you will be able to capture some absolutely stunning pictures.Due to the nature of this tour departure times change throughout the year. GenerallySummertime: 9.30pmAutumn: 8.30pmWinter: 7.30pmSpring: 8.30pm
This is private night tour starts from your hotel to major Beijing city landmarks and attractions. Travel with your private guide in a comfortable vehicle to see Tiananmen Square, the National Grand Theater, National Olympic Stadiums. Walk along Qianmen Street and Houhai Lake area to see the colorful Neon lights. Explore a maze of food stalls at Wangfujing Night Market and maybe try some delicious street food, like scorpions, worms,etc..
Glow-worms are the highlight of any night-time stroll in New Zealand, and when found in abundance they can be as breathtaking as our clearest night sky. Join our experienced guides on a trip into the native bush to witness this phenomenon for yourself. Learn about the life-cycle of this fascinating insect, experience New Zealand’s wildlife by night and top off this stellar evening by relaxing under the stars. An unique experience for all your senses.Highlights • Glow-worm, waterfalls, wildlife and star gazing. • New Zealand Native Forest - all by the cover of darkness. • Small group, relaxed atmosphere.
Leave the crowds behind and go stargazing and wildlife watching in Mt Tamborine National Park’s eucalypt rainforest. Australia's only night-time rainforest and glow-worm tour by 4WD takes you into the rainforest searching for native flora and fauna by torchlight. Follow your guide on a nocturnal bushwalk to a magical waterfall lit by the twinkling glimmer of glow worms, and enjoy personalized attention on this must-do small-group tour.
Mount Maunganui and Tauranga are the central areas for this kayak tour - it uses double kayaks on the calm sheltered waters of Lake McLaren. The tour operates in the evening due to the visibility of the glow worms.. Relax on the edge of Lake McLaren with refreshments, while watching the swans and ducks go about their evening’s preparations. Let your guide lead you onto calm Lake McLaren at dusk. Gently paddle into the night and discover the magic of the enchanting glow-worm canyon.
I have been offering sunset glow worm cruises here for over thirty years so know the best site to view the glow worm mating. When I offered it initially other operators were amused that I could get people to "hop on a boat" to see glow worms. Others took notice when I started to fill the boat.I have had enquiries with regards to having more than one night for this cruise. The established nights for viewing is three to five after the full moon with the middle (fourth) being the peak and the third and fifth being OK. I believe in only offering the established peak night which limits availability and sales but I prefer to do business this way and be very confident the show will be spectacular. I even enhance the mating by getting the males going with sprinkling some Viagra in the bay. LOL
This is a once in a life-time experience and different from any other Glowworm Tour you'll go on!Our adventure begins late afternoon / early evening at Lake District Adventures' base in South Waikato. Paddle along the southern edge of Lake Karapiro, over the old submerged Horahora Dam that produced electricity for the early Waihi goldfields.Learn the history of the Horahora village and enjoy the twilight & silence of being on the water as the day draws to an end.As night arrives over the lake , paddle slowly up the Pokaiwhenua Stream and through the canyon carved out by water over many hundreds of years. Native ferns & trees drape over you, bird life is all around.When darkness falls we float silently back downstream, being guided by the glow worms on either side sparkling like Christmas lights.