Lake Rotoiti, Lake Rotoehu and Lake Rotoma Visitor Information
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Mobile-friendly - Rotorua's spectacular geothermal reserve and mud spa complex. Legendary health-giving muds and sulphurous waters. Unique traditional Wai Ora Massage—a relaxing full body massage incorporating elements of Miri Miri (Maori massage technique). Mud facials utilising Hells Gate's unique 'Alite' Mud Spa product range—made from the natural muds of the geothermal reserve.
Mobile-friendly - Rotorua's most experienced raft and sledge guide crew assist you to descend the outstanding waterways surrounding Rotorua, in style with their world-class rafting and sledging abilities and fun-loving personalities, coupled with the best gear, making it an experience you will never forget. Steep, bush clay canyons and over 13 awesome drops, including the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world.
Mobile-friendly - Small group tours connecting you with hard-to-reach places. Explore Rotorua by day or night. Our Thermal Path Tour takes you 'off the beaten track' to mud pools and thermal areas. Lakes Morning tour (Hamurana Springs, Okere Falls, Lake Rotoiti, the Blue and Green lakes and Lake Tarawera), plus Real Rotorua's Nocturnal Adventure. #6 of 70 Outdoor Activities in Rotorua (TripAdvisor).
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