Rotorua

Rotorua Attractions

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Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 54 Reviews

Like much of New Zealand's attractions, the Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland centers on walking outdoors - but what a walk! The park is New Zealand's most ...  Read more

Tamaki Maori Village

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 26 Reviews

Built by two brothers in 1989, the Tamaki Maori Village is the destinatition for an authentic Maori experience. If you are looking for a Maori encounter ...  Read more

Te Whakarewarewa

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

For over 200 years, the people of the Maori tribe of Tuhourangi - Ngati Wahiao have lived near the geothermal activity of Whakarewarewa; but in 1998, they ...  Read more

Ohinemutu

Ohinemutu was the first settlement in the region established by the Ngati Whakaue people. Originally used as an entry hub for visitors and food headed to the ...  Read more

Lady Knox Geyser

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 40 Reviews

Named for Lady Constance Knox, a daughter of the 15th governor of New Zealand, Lady Knox Geyser is located in the North Island's Taupo Volcanic Zone. While ...  Read more

Waimangu Volcanic Valley

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 4 Reviews

When the North Island of New Zealand’s Mt Tarawera erupted in 1886, it forever changed the Rotorua landscape into a valley of steaming wonder. This is a ...  Read more

Agrodome

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

New Zealand is known for having the world’s highest ratio of sheep population to humans, which currently stands at about nine sheep for every person in the ...  Read more

Maori Arts and Crafts Institute (Te Puia)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Te Puia, the Maori Arts and Crafts Institute was established by the New Zealand Parliament to guard and preserve Maori culture, housing the national schools ...  Read more

Mt Tarawera

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Near the northeast coast of the North Island is Mount Tarawera, the volcano responsible for a massive eruption that destroyed the famed, naturally occurring ...  Read more

Buried Village of Te Wairoa

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 4 Reviews

The Buried Village of Te Wairoa offers a unique glimpse into 19th century New Zealand life, as it was buried and preserved by volcanic ash in an 1866 ...  Read more

Blue Baths

The ornate Blue Baths on the shores of Lake Rotorua blend history, leisure and high society all with anachronistic charm. This art deco, Spanish mission-style ...  Read more

Government Gardens

The Government Gardens in central Rotorua are so bountiful that they could easily be mistaken for a piece of the old English countryside. If it weren’t for the ...  Read more

Lake Rotoiti

Lake Rotoiti is the boutique cousin to the larger Lake Rotorua. Although Rotoiti is connected to its massive neighbor by the narrow Ohau Channel, it has its ...  Read more

Lake Rotorua

Although the Rotorua area is speckled with dozens of lakes, Lake Rotorua is a different entity, detached from its neighboring lakes. Larger, deeper and much, ...  Read more

Paradise Valley Springs

Started in 1939 as a trout sanctuary, Paradise Valley Springs Wildlife Park is now a popular destination for animal lovers of all ages. Visitors can feed and ...  Read more

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