Lake Rotoiti, Lake Rotoehu and Lake Rotoma Attractions and Activities
Lake Rotoiti has many tourist attractions and travel activities with something to suit all ages, tastes and budgets. From adrenaline-pumping adventure to a relaxing day out, you need never be bored in Lake Rotoiti.
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A Kiwi Bay of Plenty Fishing, mussel farm fishing, and Hunting business that lets you choose between saltwater or freshwater fishing or local hunting. Novice or experienced. Lindsay will teach and share his childhood passion in and around Whakatane, White Island, Whale or Raurimu Islands as well as Rotorua and Taupo Lakes. Trout, Snapper, Kingfish, all gear supplied.
Mobile-friendly - More than just a place of myth and legend, this land has the power to heal and excite anyone who meets it, just as it has done for centuries. Come and discover New Zealand's most unique geothermal experience.
The Original Kaituna Rafting Company are locally owned and operate on the Kaituna, Wairoa and Rangitaiki Rivers in the Bay of Plenty. Handpicked, skilled professional guides from extreme adventurous white-water backgrounds guide singles, groups or corporate functions. Relax with the hot pool combo, Okere Falls walking trails or Volleyball and BBQ to end the day. BOOK ONLINE TODAY AND SAVE $10 Per Person !!! INCLUDING FREE PICK UP FROM YOUR ROTORUA ACCOMMODATION.
Nestled on the shores of Lake Rotoiti in Rotorua, Lake Rotoiti Hot Pools is an unspoiled haven, only accessible by water or air. Come and enjoy the beauty of the surrounding native flora and fauna, with eight mineral hot pools to soak in and the clear blue lake waters to cool down in.
Built in 1898 by Canadian Dr F Raynor and made world famous by Sir Noel Cole, this 100-acre gated, private estate has its own lakefront and 9-hole golf course. Graced by Royalty, Heads of State and famous personalities, Moose Lodge is the pinnacle of simple old-world charm, elegance and privacy for corporate retreats, weddings, private celebrations or a simple getaway.
Entice yourself to retreat into a forgotten world where the sound of native birds abound; bathe in natural soda springs, just a minutes' drive from the Lodge. The water has wonderful therapeutic qualities. Trout fishing in Lake Rotoehu: in the hands of an expert guide catch yourself a couple of rainbow trout. Eco house on the shores of the lake.
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