Rotorua Visitor Information
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Rotorua I-SITE visitor information centres provide tourists and travellers with useful visitor information such as local activities and camping grounds.
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Mobile-friendly - Tēnā Koutou Katoa, Nau mai Hāere mai. Let us drive you to your next destination with providing excellent friendly customer service with local personality of knowledge. Enjoy our natural environment having photo opportunities along your journey; surrounding the Tongariro National Park, Mt Ruapehu, Whakapapa Village, Taupo and Turangi areas. Accommodation, Airport, Train or Bus transfers. Come on, let’s GO!
Mobile-friendly - Experience New Zealand’s most visited Archaeological Site where stories of the 1886 Tarawera Eruption come to life! Encounter the world-class Museum of Te Wairoa which exhibits excavated objects from the ruins; explore the site which once housed the people of Te Wairoa; hear unique stories from the tour guides and take the Waterfall Trail which showcases the stunning Wairere Falls.
Freedom camping is permitted in many places in New Zealand but the rules vary in each community. To be certain about local camping regulations, we recommend you check out the freedomcamping.org website and get the Camping NZ or Camper Mate app. You can also ask at an i-SITE or Department of Conservation visitor centre or holiday park. #explorerespectNZ
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 - A sacred place – a spiritual place. An evening with Mitai will give you an authentic introduction to Maori culture. Enjoy a traditional hangi meal. See warriors in traditional dress paddling a waka (ancient war canoe). Home of the sacred Rainbow Spring and glow worms. Five minutes from the CBD. Nau Mai Haere Mai.
Mokoia Island is the location of one of New Zealand's most famous love stories. It is considered sacred by the local Maori, the Arawa iwi and access to the island is limited to small boat tour groups only. The island's foreshores have geothermal springs such as the one forming the famous Hinemoa pool (known to locals as Waikimihia).
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).
This stunning Digital Postcard showcases the geothermal activity in Rotorua. Digital postcards are fun to send and receive and an ideal way to message a friend or family member. Send one today!
Mobile-friendly - Like the pictures of a book, arts and crafts are the pages of the Maori culture. It's how stories were told and passed down through generations, how traditions and genealogy were preserved. I give this knowledge freely. I give it to you for nothing. Do the same when your time comes to teach.
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