Rotorua Overview
What To See And Do
Volcanic Formations Geothermai Phenomena
Maori Culure
Spas/ Hot Springs
Mountain Biking
Rotorua is one of New Zealand's most popular destinations and has been attracting visitors to its geothermal springs, and rejuvinating spas since the nineteenth century. This amazing place is located on the North Island, and is situated in the middle of an ancient volcanic zone. Its bubbling mud pools, geothermal geysers, steaming rocks, and hydrothermal lakes emit volcanic gasses purported to have healing properties, and create a virtual kaleidoscope of color.
This is also the epicenter of Maori culture. The authentic music, dance, and traditional foods prepared in a "hangi” (earthen oven)are an integral part of the Rotorua experience, and have largely shaped the development of New Zealand society.
Rotorua has a moderate sea climate with four distinct seasons, and winds that are warmed by the nearby volcanoes.
Rotorua, and its environs abound with things to do and see, from adrenaline pumping adventure to the relaxation and rejuvenation of New Zealand's most renowned Spa & Wellness facilities. Climb a volcano, explore New Zealand farm life, walk through the incredible geothermal hot spots, hike through native bush or mountain bike the Whakarewarewa (redwoods), or hit the white water.  
With so much to do, fabulous accommodations, and and a unique cultural blend, Rotorua is one of New Zealand's most colorful and exhilarating destinations.