Rotorua

Rotorua Attractions

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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

Agroventures Adventure Park

Agroventures Adventure Park is where boredom goes to die. Strap yourself into the passenger seat of a sleek, high-speed jet boat, and splash around corners at ...  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

Buried Village of Te Wairoa

4 star rating: Recommended 5 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

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

Hells Gate Geothermal Park

There are lots of places in Rotorua to find bubbling mud and steam vents, but the difference here at “Hell’s Gate” is that the landscape might actually end up ...  Read more

Kaituna River

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 19 Reviews

Every paddler and whitewater enthusiast has heard of the Kaituna River. Though the river itself is relatively short at 28 miles in length, the site is home to ...  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

Lake Okareka

Though not as large as its surrounding neighbors, Lake Okareka is a local favorite for swimming, fishing, and boating. Children splash in refreshing water ...  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 Rotokakahi (Green Lake)

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Even though it’s right next to the wildly popular Blue Lake, the Green Lake—or Rotokakahi—is a sacred lake that isn’t open to swimming, fishing, or boating. ...  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

Lake Tikitapu (Blue Lake)

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

It’s tough to decide which is more beautiful: the cobalt hue of the aptly-named “Blue Lake” as it sparkles in the midday sun, or the deep green of 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

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

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