Recorrido de día completo en los baños termales ecológicos de Rotorua, para grupos pequeños

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Rotorua, Nueva Zelanda

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8 horas (aprox.)
Recogida en el hotel incluida
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Inglés

Descripción general

Excursión en Wai-O-Tapu con un guía naturalista para descubrir las burbujeantes piscinas de barro y aguas termales de Rotorua más populares en el parque geotérmico. Este recorrido de día completo con un grupo pequeño le lleva a la orilla de varios lagos volcánicos e incluye un paseo hasta la cascada y el mirador del Lago Tarawera Aprenda sobre la historia maorí, la vulcanología y la flora y la fauna de Nueva Zelanda a lo largo del camino. El número de personas se limita a 12 para garantizar una experiencia personalizada.
  • Excursión de un día a los géiseres de Rotorua, piscinas de lodo, volcanes y lagos.
  • Piscinas de barro hirviendo y aguas termales en Wai-O-Tapu
  • Erupción de Lady Knox Geyser
  • Lago Tikitapu (Lago Azul) y Lago Rotokakahi (Lago Verde)
  • Todas las atracciones totalmente guiadas y comentadas por guía naturalista local.
  • Recogida y regreso a hoteles ubicados en el centro de Rotorua.
  • Viajando en un grupo pequeño, máximo 12 pasajeros permitiendo una experiencia única e íntima.
Su escapada de un día comienza con la recogida en el hotel en un monovolumen en Rotorua, luego se trasladará al sur a través de tierras de cultivo y bosques en un trayecto de 20 minutos a Wai-O-Tapu, el país de las maravillas geotérmicas de la Isla Norte. 
Salga a experimentar la maravilla volcánica más grande de Nueva Zelanda mientras sigue un sendero claramente definido que bordea una serie de coloridas aguas termales, como el Champagne Pool y el Mud Pool, un remanente de un volcán de lodo. Mire la erupción diaria del géiser Lady Knox mientras su guía informa a su pequeño grupo sobre la erupción del Monte Tarawera, responsable de la creación del espectacular parque termal.
A continuación, saldrá para realizar un corto trayecto hasta el valle volcánico de Waimangu. Su vehículo se detendrá en el lago Tikitapu (Lago Azul) y el Lago Rotokakahi (Lago Verde), dos lugares pintorescos en la región de la Bahía de Plenty. Visite el pueblo enterrado de Te Wairoa, el sitio de una aldea maorí establecida por los misioneros que fue destruida en la erupción de 1886 del Monte Tarawera. 
Termine con un paseo hasta la cascada y el mirador del Lago Tarawera para hacer fotos antes de que su recorrido de día completo finalice con el transporte de regreso a su hotel de Rotorua.

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oneida a.
, sep 2018

Linda was simply amazing. She was very kind, knowledgeable and taught me about the Maori culture past and present. She made me feel welcomed and comfortable since I was traveling alone. This tour is worth every penny and the beautiful locations in which you are taken to will take your breath away. I cannot say enough positive things about this experience. The waterfall was majestic and I felt honored to learn so much about the history of the Maori people. Please make sure you go into this experience with an open heart and a willingness to learn about another culture. This is a must tour if you are in Rotorua.

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Ron G
, feb 2018

We only had 6 people on our tour and it was amazing. Linda was very pleasant and knowledgeable about the history and geology of the area, and we thoroughly enjoyed her commentary. In the morning we focused on the geo thermal environment and in the afternoon the Maori culture. We would strongly recommend our guide.

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Lolly
, nov 2017

The tour is a photographers dream, there is many subjects to choose from and the well placed paths ensure one has many great angles from which to capture their photo. There is a bit of down/up hill terrain to be aware of which one of moderate physical levels can easily manage. The living Maori Village is very interesting and nice to see as it demonstrates co-existence of traditional and modern living.

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Kristina P
, sep 2017

Had not heard of Rotorua before researching for our trip. All I can say is everyone needs to go. The scenery is surreal with little thermal vents everywhere. The morning portion of this tour was really mind blowing with the scenery. The afternoon portion was nice, just not as spectacular as the morning. Rotorua is a must see.

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vsurya
, mar 2017

Huru was my guide for the full-day tour and he knew lots of things. He explained things passionately, especially about Maori culture. We first started with Wai-O-Tapu then to see Lady Knox Geyser. In the afternoon, he brought us to Te Puia where the carving and weaving skills were showcased. We also get a brief visit to see Kiwi bird in artificial nocturnal setting. Towards the end, we drove through the Blue Lake and Green Lake. Overall it was a day well spent!

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FIONA E
, ene 2017

Our guide, Huru, was fantastic and we had a great day discovering so many amazing places!

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Sandy C
, ene 2017

Really enjoyed this tour. Comfortable coach, the guide is very informative and funny. This tour roughly runs from 8:15-5:00 door to door time. There are quite a few walking tours, so it is better to wear comfortable shoes, and bring water and sunscreen. We went in summer, but the weather was quite up and down, it really depends on how everyone feels, but I'd recommend to bring a jacket. Just to add-on to the website's itinerary: After lunch we drove pass the Museum for some photos. We also head to the Whakarewarewa Village as our last stop.

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David R
, ene 2017

This was a great day. Trent was the best host. Amazing knowledge. We fitted in so much. We were lucky to be the only two people on the trip that day.

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Elsa S
, oct 2016

Done this tour 20 years ago. Still the best. Great guide

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Karen D
, jul 2016

Excellent trip with a knowledgable guide.


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