Rotorua is both home to New Zealand’s most active geothermal zone and considered a sacred place for the Maori people. Here’s how to visit from Auckland to see geysers and bubbling mud, then visit Maori cultural centers for dances and traditional ... 

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March 2011

 Mud pools at Rotorua , MJoy1212 - March 2011

Mud pools at Rotorua

Mud pools at Rotorua

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mai.shihah Malaysia

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mai.shihah Malaysia

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mai.shihah Malaysia

November 2017

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mai.shihah Malaysia

November 2017

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mai.shihah Malaysia

November 2017

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Jeanette D

November 2017

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Hobbiton - The largest home to make us look smaller

Jeanette D

November 2017

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Rotorua geyser bigger than it looks

Jeanette D

November 2017

 Rotorua geyser , Jeanette D - November 2017

Rotorua geyser

Jeanette D

November 2017

 Rotorua geyser , Jeanette D - November 2017

Rotorua geyser

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