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Adventures for everyone!

Are you a thrill seeker, nature lover, prefer staying active or being pampered? At Rotorua, we’ve got you covered. 

The wonders of nature

Tasman Holiday Parks Rotorua, Bay of Plenty, North Island

Discover why the Māori people have used the healing properties of geothermal mud and sulphur mineral water for more than 800 years. Hike, swim, fish and enjoy the great outdoors.


Adventure beckons, so get ready for the challenge! Join an awesome canopy tour to see ancient native forest up close. Savour the thrill of a jet boat ride, white water rafting, heli-bike tours and scenic flights.


Breathe in the beauty of nature. The Mokopuna Trail is perfect for a relaxed walk or mountain bike ride with the family. The Pohaturoa Track offers panoramic views of the Whakarewarewa geothermal valley, Te Puia and Lake Rotorua. If you’re feeling energetic, tackle the 34km Whakarewarewa Circuit.


At Skyline Rotorua, you choose the adventure. Take a gondola ride up Mount Ngongotaha for spectacular views of Rotorua city, Lake Rotorua, geothermal areas and hinterlands. Step out of your comfort zone on the luge track, skyswing, ziplines or mountain bike track.



Walk, join a tour or a scenic cruise to take in the world’s youngest geothermal valley, created after the 1886 eruption of Mt Tarawera. Learn how the volcanic eruption buried the famed Pink and White Terraces. See the world’s largest hot spring, the bright blue Inferno Crater, Lake Rotomahana, rare plant life and birds.

Te Pā Tū

This recreated Māori Village in native Tawa forest offers seasonal evening events that celebrate Māori culture and kai (food). Enjoy a traditional hangi. Experience the ancient ceremony of welcome, haka, storytelling, singing, carving and weaving.


Welcome to the magical village of Hobbiton, the captivating movie set featured in The Hobbit and The Lords of the Rings trilogies. Enjoy a guided tour of The Shire – perhaps pop into a Hobbit Hole. Indulge in a Hobbit-worthy feast at The Millhouse or The Green Dragon Inn.
the river mouth and out to the heads. Enjoy lunch or dinner at the Whakatane Fishing Club.


Craving contemporary New Zealand cuisine, pub grub, tapas, Italian or Indian food, or a top quality craft beer? Eat Streat is the place to be. This popular all-weather alfresco dining hub offers restaurants, bars, a boutique night club and an ice cream parlour. Eat Streat is at the lake end of Tutanekai Street.

Te Puia

This impressive geothermal wonderland is home to the Pōhutu Geyser – the largest active geyser in the southern hemisphere. Te Puia covers 60ha within the historic Te Whakarewarewa Geothermal Valley. Explore a landscape of boiling mud pools, hot springs and native bush. Meet the national icon at the Kiwi Conservation Centre then visit New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute.

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