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 - Let’s go play in the snow up Mt Ruapehu Whakapapa Ski fields or go hiking to challenge yourself to do the Tongariro Alpine Crossing. You’re niche transport service will welcome you to the heart of the Tongariro National Park an UNESCO first dual heritage National Park in New Zealand. Experience local’s Cultural insights on journey and enjoy. Established 2012.
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. #TiakiPromise
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.
Mobile-friendly - Kiko boutique guided tours offer an authentic bicultural experience for visitors who prefer travelling in smaller groups. Our tours showcase special landscapes close to Auckland City. Connect with Māori culture, enjoy warm hospitality, learn about local histories, and take part in activities unique to the places you visit. A knowledgeable guide will offer you a truly memorable visit. Best price guarantee - book direct.
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).
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 - Te Puia is the centre for New Zealand's Māori Culture and Geothermal Wonders. Home to the world famous Pōhutu geyser, mud pools, hot springs and silica formations. You will also find the native Kiwi bird and the national schools of wood carving, weaving, stone and bone carving. We have shared these taonga (treasures) with manuhiri (visitors) for over 170 years!
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