Rotorua is a charming town about 3-4 hours drive from Auckland, situated in the center geothermal active areas of New Zealand. Characteristic signs Rotorua emerald green of the surrounding mountains, the blue expanse of their lakes and steaming geysers. This city has become the center of attraction for tourists from all over the world – this dream is first of all famous for its thermal parks and unique landscapes. The unusual nature of the local area clearly demonstrates the enduring power of the earth: steaming volcanoes, boiling mud lakes, active geysers, hot mineral springs. Rotorua is considered the center of Maori culture, and here you have the chance to truly feel the ancient spirit and traditions of this nation. Numerous attractions and entertainment for all tastes will fill the brightest impressions of your stay in this charming city.
Today Rotorua offers numerous attractions and entertainment for every taste that will fill with bright impressions of your stay in this charming city. The amazing feeling of freedom offers beautiful lakes, mighty streams, steaming waterfalls and a magnificent panorama of the surrounding areas.
Geothermal area South of Rotorua, which is usually referred to as FAK, consists of two separate areas – Those Puia . which is also the new Zealand Institute of Maori arts and crafts, and a thermal village Fakarava . In the vicinity of Puja includes Maori carving, weaving, cultural performances, samples of Maori buildings and fortifications, as well as geysers Pohutu and Prince of Wales Fevers. In the thermal village, Tamaki Maori Village, visitors can see the house of Assembly, water for cooking and bathing and cemetery.
Pohutu – the largest geyser of the area, he usually appears 10 to 25 times a day, and has 30 m depending on the strength and direction of the wind.
The natural geothermal complexes located throughout the city, offer a variety of treatment programs, developed on the basis of hot springs and mineral waters.
Uncharted wooded slopes, rich in fish rivers and lakes, captivating valleys make this region attractive for lovers of mountain Hiking, hunting and fishing.