Rotorua is Famous for Maori Culture, Geothermal Wonders, Mountain Biking, the large number of lakes and rivers and also its fun activities.
Rotorua and the Lake Districts are the perfect place to play or getaway. The many lakes, fertile forests, geothermal wonders and an abundance of activities whether to do trail riding, BMX, mountain bike, walking or hiking, race or enjoy an all terrain park means it’s the perfect base from which to play and getaway for families, mates and couples.
Here we have listed a few of the most popular activities and links to direct you to companies direct sites. The embedded links direct you to these sites which offer great “super passes” if you wish to explore the city.
When the temperature drops, Rotorua’s thermal attractions are the perfect places to keep warm and cosy. From natural hot pools to luxurious spa’s to NZ’s warmest river, you should definitely pack your togs for an Autumn/Winter holiday.
Hells Gate geothermal attraction is Rotorua’s most active geothermal park and is known as the “AWESOME BEAST” of New Zealand Geothermal attractions, located 20 minutes from the Lake Rotoehu properties and 1 hour from Tauranga.
Being well known for its geothermal activity with violent geysers, boiling mud pools, gentle hot springs, geothermal mud baths and spas, steaming cliffs and volcanoes, Rotorua is a must see destination.
Sightseeing in Rotorua takes on a new dimension as there is a vast realm of activities, all within easy reach of the central city. Tourist attractions in Rotorua include fun-filled adventure products, Maori culture, hot mineral pools, farming, trout fishing, wildlife, native forests and magnificent examples of the beautiful landscapes and vistas of New Zealand.
Lake Rotoehu is famous for it’s trout fishing and peaceful tranquility. With our lodges located in quite col-de-sac amongst the forest you are guaranteed to unwind and relax and enjoy what the homes have to offer. The Rotorua region has 17 lakes, known collectively as the Lakes of Rotorua. Lake Rotoehu is a shallow lake surrounded by native trees and wetland vegetation and is popular with rainbow trout averaging at 1.5kgs. Lake Rotoehu is the smallest in a chain of three lakes to the northeast of Lake Rotorua in New Zealand’s North Island. It is located between the city of Rotorua and town of Whakatane.
Our two Lake Rotorua Lodges are located 40kms to Rotorua City centre.
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Rotorua has so much to offer. Here are a few of our favourites. For other ideas on what to do visit RotoruaNZ.
Redwoods – Over 5600 hectares of forest awaits you to enjoy and explore at your leisure. If you love the outdoors and want to experience nature at its best this area is definitely for you! The forest is most well known for the network of superb mountain biking and walking tracks and for the magnificent stand of Californian Coast Redwoods.
River Rats – White water rafting, kayaking and team building event. Located
Zip Lining – The Original Canopy Tour is an unforgettable and enlightening adventure, perfect for all ages. Journey deep into ancient New Zealand forest in small groups, of up to 10 people. Experience New Zealand like it once was from the top of the forest canopy. Your amazing kiwi guides will lead your personal and unforgettable adventure.
BMX – Trail rides.