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Shore Excursion: Fully Guided Rotorua Sightseeing Tour including Tauranga and Mt Maunganui
"You will have an overview of Mount Maunganui before departing for Rotorua. Kiwi 360 Kiwi Country Store and  Visitor centre. Okere Falls watch River rafting and native walk through fauna. Visit the stunning Redwood Forest and Blue Lake. In Rotorua vi ""The Living Maori Village"" before enjoying a fantastic cultural performance including song and dance. Lunch at the Lakeside Cafe (additional cost) next to beautiful Lake Rotorua. Drive through the picturesque Government Gardens and past the historic Bl Rotorua Museum and Polynesian Spa. We return through farmland & forest with spectacular views of Tauranga & Mt. Maunganui. Visit Mossop's Honey for tasting gifts & ice cream (optional & time permitting). Spectacular views of the area from we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. If your ship is delayed and you are unable to attend this activity your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.""""This is an entry level full day tour for visitors wanting an awesome day sightseeing all the local attractions including Rotorua
From NZD99.00
 
Rotorua Eco Thermal Small Group Morning Tour
"After morning pickup from your Rotorua hotel travel about 25 minutes in a comfortable minivan to Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland taking in the sight of farmland and forests as you drive.Upon arrival at Wai-O-Tapu your experienced guide leads you along well-marked paths to reach a series of brilliantly colored natural pools of steaming hot water that bubble with geothermal activity. Hear a morning presentation about the Lady Knox Geyser and watch the daily eruptio orange and turquoise colors. Your guide also points out examples of how the native bush regenerated after the eruption. As you take in bubbling mud pools steaming lakes and more you’ll understand why Wai-O-Tapu is considered one of the world’s most surreal places.Expect a leisurely walk along wide trails with plenty of time for photo ops and informative commentary from your guide. Feel free to ask any questions that you
From NZD149.00
 
Rotorua Eco Thermal Small Group Full-Day Tour
"Your day trip takes you through forestry and farmland to New Zealand's largest boiling mud pool and a series of colorful hot springs at Wai-O-Tapu. After seeing the Lady Knox geyser erupt you'll take a short drive to the Waimangu volcanic valley where your guide will tell you about the Mt Tarawera eruption which blew open this spectacular bush-covered geothermal park. Lake Tikitapu (Blue Lake) and Lake Rotokakahi (Green Lake) are amazingly clear and colorful lakes and their gorgeous scenery make them a favorite stop for visitors. You'll also visit the Buried Village the site of a Maori village that was destroyed during the Tarawera volcanic eruption. You'll then take a walk through beautiful native bush to a waterfall and the Lake Tarawera lookout."
From NZD284.00

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Wai-O-Tapu

Even if you have been to Yellow stone park, here is still a must see wonder. The large area covered with various geothermal craters and hot springs and unlike in Yellow Stone, the color come from...
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Te Puia

A visit to the Pohutu Geyser is a must when staying in Rotorua.It is situated in the Whakarewarewa thermal valley.The largest of several geysers within the valley which erupts on average once or twice...
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Ohinemutu Maori Village and War Memorial

Behind St.Faith church ,by the lake ..there’s the war memorial commemorate the soldiers from ‘Te Arawa’ who fought in World War I, World War II, Korean war , Malaya war, Borneo and Vietnam war. We...
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Polynesian Spa

We do enjoy going there - the facilties are great, however had a bad experience with a very rude staff member. When they ask you where you are from this person made an inappropriate comment about our...
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Hell's Gate

Hells gate is really interesting, especially for those who have never experienced a thermal area before. Be wary though, and obey the signs, stick to the paths as the ground is not exactly safe.
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Rotorua Museum & Government Gardens

The Rotorua Museum of Art and History is housed in the old Bath House building, located in the Government Gardens. The museum opened in 1969 in the south wing of the old building followed by the Art...
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Zorbing

You HAVE TO try zorbing while in Rotorua! Just think there are only 2 places in the World where you can do it: Rotorua and the Smoky Mountains in the USA and it would be absolutely a shame not having...
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Agrodome

The Agrodome can be defined as an amusement park mixing adrenaline and family attractions. There is no entrance ticket, you just pay for the attractions you try. We stopped in the Agrodome to...
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Buried Village

This is really interesting, The story of the eruption of the mountain and the aftermath is great, and the sight of a sewing machine lodged up a tree is different. The pink and white terraces story...
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Rainbow Springs & Farm

We were there to see the Kiwi, but quite disappointed as there was nobody helping and difficult to see a Kiwi in the darkness, you need to pay extra NZ$10 to get some help. The ticket was NZ$40 for...
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Blue Baths

When you go visit the Rotorua Museum, you also get free admission to the Blue Baths, which is still in the same complex. The Blue Baths used to be a fully functioning swimming area, until interest...
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Orchid Gardens

Within the Orchid Gardens is New Zealand's only water organ. I have only once perviously - a very long time ago in Hamburg - seen a water organ, and am very keen to experience this. To clarify - the...
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Whakarewarewa Maori Village

(part 4) The highlight for me is to see the Pohutu geyser . After about 50 minutes free guided tour ,the guide told us to wait and see the geyser by ourselves ..The Pohutu geyser actually is not...
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Kuirau Park

Kuirau Park, on the western side of downtown Rotorua has plenty of parking and lots of free mudpools to look at! This public area is a nice place to picnic or wander during the day. When I was a kid...
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"Rotorua, main tourist attraction in North Island."
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