The Huka Falls is known as the country’s most impressive and popular natural attractions. They are formed by water flowing through an extensive riverbed that is about 100m in width and 4m deep. The water will then pass through a constricted river section that is only 15m in width and 10m deep. When the water reaches the uppermost part of the falls, a small set of waterfalls is created, which plummet over 8m below. Although, the most remarkable part is seeing massive expanses of water flow over an 11m high cliff. The average flow is 160 cubic m a second, however water flow varies greatly between 32 and 270 cubic metres a second. The height of the falls vary from 7 to 9 1/2m high, but this depends of the water flow.
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