Waimangu, Waiotapu, Waikite Attractions and Activities
Waimangu, Waiotapu, and Waikite are home to three large and well known geothermal areas that occur in the central part of the Taupo Volcanic Zone. Classified as protected by Waikato Regional Council, Waimangu and Waiotapu contain probably the finest, easily-accessible thermal discharge features still in existence in New Zealand. The Te Ara Ahi cycle trail passes through the area, highlighting the thermal wonderland of steaming vents, bubbling mud pools and spectacular geysers. On the Te Manaroa Spring Walkway and Eco-Trail, you'll also find the largest single source of boiling water in New Zealand.
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Small group and personalised tour specialists based in Tauranga. Tour options include exploring the fascinating geothermal wonderlands of Waiotapu and Waimangu near Rotorua, the film set Hobbiton, Waitomo Caves (Waitomo Caves / Hobbiton Movie Set Combo) Coromandel peninsula. Air conditioned, comfortable and roomy vehicles for your day tour. Book direct and receive a 20% discount
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).
Mobile-friendly - Waikite Valley Thermal Pools is a unique place to come and experience the 'Living Waters' of the Te Manaroa Spring - the largest single source of 100% pure boiling water in New Zealand. Pools to enjoy include the Settlers Pool and luxurious tranquil garden pool. Adjoining the pool complex is a 20-site campground with shower, laundry and kitchen facilities.
Mobile-friendly - Created on 10 June 1886, Waimangu Volcanic Valley is the only major geothermal system in the world wholly formed within historic times at a precisely known date as the result of a volcanic eruption. Walk through Waimangu's craters and enjoy a boat cruise on crater Lake Rotomahana to view spectacular geothermal activity. A 'must do' eco-experience when you visit Rotorua.
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