10 Best Tourist Attractions in Rotoura ,New Zealand

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Rotorua, a town set on its namesake lake on New Zealand's North Island, is renowned for its geothermal activity and Maori culture.

1. Wai-o-Tapu

Ever heard of Devil’s Bath in New Zealand? It is right here in Rotorua’s Wai-o-Tapu. Famous for its geothermal activities, you will find a lot of steamy pools in this park, all boiling in iridescent colors of orange, green, and yellow.

2. Lake Tarawera

Profuse with picturesque waterfalls, hot springs, and stunning scenery, Lake Tarawera qualifies as one of the best places to visit in Rotorua.

3. Velocity Valley

If you want some insane fun while you are in Rotorua, then you should come to Velocity Valley where you can take part in myriad adventure activities. Go bungee jumping, sky walking, shweebing, or take a giant swing at this terrific adventure park.

4. Waimangu Volcanic Valley

Man! Rotorua is a storehouse of bizarre wonders of nature. In fact, whole New Zealand. You will not believe your eyes when you visit Waimnagu Volcanic Valley, the world’s youngest geothermal valley seething with mud and silicon terraces.

5.Mount Tarawera

When you lay your eyes on Mount Tarawera, you will realize that you have not seen anything like it. Spoiler: It’s pink! The famous volcano mountain erupted in the year 1886 and the after effects of it is stupendously beautiful.

6.Lake Rotorua

The second-largest lake on North Island, Lake Rotorua is located in the crater of a long-extinct volcano. It is upon its shores that the small city of the same name lies.

7.Rainbow Springs Nature Park

Home to lots of stunning nature, with sparkling waterways hidden away amongst dense rainforest, Rainbow Springs Nature Park is absolutely beautiful to explore and is a fantastic day out for all of the family.

8.Te Puia

As it is home to both the Maori Arts and Crafts Institute and the majestic Pohutu Geyser, which erupts spectacularly about 20 times a day, Te Puia certainly offers up the perfect combination of nature and culture.

9. Redwoods Whakarewarewa Forest

With some of its majestic Californian redwoods towering over 70 meters in height, Whakarewarewa Forest will delight nature lovers and outdoors aficionados alike with all that it has to offer.


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