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Rotorua
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55,100
 
Rotorua - one of the most famous destinations in New Zealand, sits on top of the most active thermal spots in the country and has a long history of welcoming visitors. From the moment people arrive in Rotorua they know they're somewhere quite different.
 
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About Rotorua
 
Rotorua - one of the most famous destinations in New Zealand, sits on top of the most active thermal spots in the country and has a long history of welcoming visitors. From the moment people arrive in Rotorua they know they're somewhere quite different. There is a scent of sulphur in the air, and at nearby geothermal hotspots there are spouting geysers, acrid-smelling mud pools bubbling and belching, and warm geothermal pools and ponds that create a kaleidoscope of colour. Rotorua's water organ and art gallery are worth a look (the art gallery building was a spa at the turn of the 19th century and is a site in itself.
 
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Rotorua , located at the heart of the North Island of New Zealand, in the aptly named 'Bay of Plenty' region. Rotorua covers 261,700 hectares and has a population of almost 70,000 people. Rotorua , also part of the Central Volcanic Plateau. Rotorua is 297 metres above sea level. The city is also a center of Maori culture: Attend a Maori hangi (feast and concert) and tour the Ohineutu Maori village. Near the main entrance to Whaka is the Maori Arts and Craft Institute, a replica of a traditional Maori village
 
Attractions of Rotorua
The heartland of New Zealand, spiritual home to the Maori and host to some of the world's most incredible earth forces - Rotorua boasts an array of other icon experiences which together encapsulate the spirit of this remarkable country. There are a number of "must see and do" experiences - attractions and adventures that have become synonymous with Rotorua - for that matter New Zealand. Sightseeing takes new meaning in Rotorua - there is so much to see and do in such close proximity to the city centre. Within minutes of town - you can be in a giant Redwood grove - on a farm - amidst native forest, Trout sanctuary or wildlife reserve.
Other attractions include flightseeing, the Agrodome (sheep-shearing displays, including a stage show that reminded us of a beauty pageant), Rainbow Trout Springs (trout, native birds and animals), a "hovershuttle" (small hovercraft that make trips across Lake Rotoiti) and two large mazes (one of hedges, the other an incredible three-dimensional wooden maze that has to be seen to be believed).
Rotorua - Heartland of Maori Culture
Rotorua, the heartland of New Zealand's Maori culture. Enveloping warmth, a proud spirit, a deep sense of history and a quick humour - you'll find all these qualities in your experiences with Maori culture. It's the sensation we call manaakitanga. The Te Arawa people of Rotorua were New Zealand's first visitor guides, leading the way to the natural wonders that have been part of their home for more than 600 years. Their welcoming tradition has been carried on from generation to generation - and you'll find it expressed in Rotorua with true warmth and energy.
Rotorua :Challenge your limits
 
If you're looking for adrenaline-pumping action, Rotorua is the place to be. Opportunities come face to face with Maori culture abound in Rotorua - in performances and in expertly conceived displays, and in your encounters with the descendants of the original Te Arawa tribes. Our awesome natural setting provides thrills and adventure that will take you right to the brink. Here you can run, slip and slide down the scree slope of an extinct volcano. Race along luge tracks down a mountain side - or take a more scenic route. Throw yourself from bungy towers, Rotorua style. Hurl yourself down white water rapids by raft or sledge, and try out the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the southern hemisphere.
 
Get Rotorua
Visit by Road - Rotorua is connected to the north by State Highway 5, to the east by State Highway 33, to the west by State Highway 30, and to the south by State Highway 5. Increasingly though travellers to Tauranga are selecting the newly commissioned State Highway 36 via Ngongotaha and Pyes Pa.
Visit by Air -Rotorua Regional Airport is an airport in Rotorua, New Zealand (IATA: ROT, ICAO: NZRO). It originally opened in 1963, with a 1378m x 30m tarmac runway, replacing the old Whakarewarewa Aerodrome..

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