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Discover Rotorua Attractions, Rotorua activities, Rotorua Tours, Day Tours and evening experiences in and around Rotorua.

 

Te puia geothermal geysers, kiwi bird Enclosure,

redwood forest & Rotorua highlights tour

this tour includes pick up & drop off from your Rotorua accommodation inc air-bnb

all entrance fees & cultural performance included


NO TRIP TO NEW ZEALAND WOULD BE COMPLETE WITHOUT AN EYE OPENING EXPERIENCE

INTO THE INSIGHT OF THE MAORI PEOPLE!

 

Adults $268.00        Children $240.00

Duration 6Hrs


Highlights

  • Rotorua’s redwoods most spectacular natural assets and one of the city’s greatest treasures.

  • a highlight drive visiting lake Rotorua, government gardens, museum, Rachel spring and much more

  • regular stops for picturesque photo opportunities.

  • kiwi bird EXTRAORDINARY AND ENDANGERED and New Zealand’s national icon

  • cultural performance including the world famous haka a show not to be missed

  • maori arts and crafts, wood carvers, flax weavers and maori architecture tells the stories

  • bubbling mud, boiling springs, hot rocks and steam vents all escaping from this unforgiving landscape

te puia

pohutu geyser the largest geyser in the southern hemisphere (one of many geysers here at the park)

join us on a small group tour to rotorua’s top geothermal attraction. A valley where steam rises all around you, where geysers erupt high into the air, the mud bubbles and jumps and the maori people who have lived on this land share with you their stories and legends passed down over many generations. catch a rare sight of the iconic kiwi bird in the nocturnal kiwi house, a brand new state of the art building. the cultural performances will not just move and entertain you, but will enable you to ‘get inside’ the fascinating culture. Surrounded by the beautiful carvings of their ancestors, you will experience entertaining stories told through song and dance, with plenty of surprises thrown in. Te Puia houses the maori arts and crafts Institute which was established in the 1920’s, Watch master woodcarvers and artisans train in the intricate art of weaving flax.

redwood forest & highlights

walk amongst these giants and the peaceful atmosphere they create

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leaving te puia we head to the redwood forest for a walk under these magnificent towering trees standing at approximately 219 feet (67 metres) tall to create a wonderful shelter. The upper canopy of exotic tree species provides shelter and shade to a kaleidoscope of ferns, shrubs, flowers and fungi, including the silver fern one of New Zealand’s national emblems. then onto the stunning lake front with it elegant black swans and resident geese. the government gardens display a burst of colour with the beautiful flower beds along with the fragrant rose garden. the gardens also provide facilities for bowls, croquet, petanque and golf. the grand museum building which was opened in 1908 the first major investment in the New Zealand tourism industry by the government. one final stop at kairua park, we take a walk to discover the steaming, hissing and bubbling geothermal activity, a public park like no other.