Rotorua is situated in the heart of the North Island of New Zealand. Rotorua becomes the tourist attraction for both international and domestic tourists because of geothermal activities like hot mud pools, and Pohutu Geyser at Whakarewarewa. Rotorua comes from Maori term Te Rotorua-Nui-a-Kahumatamomoe. Roto denotes lake and Rua indicates two or second as Rotorua means ‘Second Lake.’ Rotorua region has 18 lakes which collectively known as Lakes of Rotorua. Stunning natural scenery, beautiful lakes, immense geothermic attraction, and friendly local people give a fantastic tourist experience. Rotorua is well connected with other areas of New Zealand through road, rail, and airways. Tourists come to enjoy just relaxing lifestyle with excitement, adventure and fun, and entertainment. Rotorua gives the pleasure of sports, nature, culture, and history with a range of sports and activities for tourists. Polynesian Spa at Lake Rotorua, water from hot springs reach in minerals gives heavenly rest and relaxation. Waahi Tapu area, a beautiful government garden of Rotorua is sacred to the Maori community. Meal, cultural dance performance, and traditional songs explain the deep history of Maori Community. In Tamaki Maori Village visitors experience the real Maori culture lifestyle, they lived years before. The Buried Village, Te Wairoa is a must-visit place to know more about volcano eruption of New Zealand. Zorbing invented in Rotorua is trying once adventure activity of Rotorua which involves throwing one’s self in a huge inflatable ball down the steep hill. Mountain biking is another hard activity to explore redwoods and Skyline, Gondola Park.
October 8th to May 6th
World-Class Mountain Biking Trails, Rotorua Maori Hangi Dinner, and Performance, Whakarewarewa, The Living Maori Village Guided Tour with Optional Hangi Meal, Mitai Maori Village Experience in Rotorua, Waikite Valley Geothermal Bathing, Kaituna White-Water Rafting Adventure,
Lake Rotorua, Redwoods Forest, Mamaku Forest, Mt Tarawera, Hobbiton, Kaituna River, Agroventures Park, Zorb, Wai - O - Tapu Geothermal Wonderland, Te Puia Maori Culture, Skyline Gondola, Rotorua Museum, Eat Street, Lava Bar, , Mitai Maori Village, Waikite Valley, Rainbow Springs Nature Park, 3D Trick Art Gallery,
Emabark on a one way scenic tour from Auckland to Rotorua including the guided tour of Waitomo Glowworm Cave, one of the North Island's most popular destination.