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10 Things To Do in Rotorua

While you’ll never run out of attractions to see in Rotorua, you even have an endless list of activities to keep your active self preoccupied in this part of New Zealand. Sure, from geysers to lakes and woods, Rotorua is a place where you can j...
by First-time Travels on Jul 12, 2016

Lakes and Redwoods of Rotorua

Apart from geysers, there’s more to see and explore in Rotorua, New Zealand. With about 18 lakes, a forest, several Maori villages, nearby dormant volcano, wildlife attractions, and adventure activities, Rotorua is a traveler’s haven. Whe...
by First-time Travels on Jul 6, 2016

Geyser Watching at Te Puia, Rotorua

Watching geysers and seeing them erupt are something I haven’t experienced before. I’m not sure if there’s one in the Philippines. I read there’s an El Minit Geyser in Mindanao but I haven’t encountered any blog post abo...
by First-time Travels on Jul 3, 2016

Friday’s Featured Food: Top 5 Food Experiences in New Zealand

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel It’s been a shocking eight years since my first trip to New Zealand and even five years since my second trip so the notebook still clogs up a list of 30 something posts still unwritten ab...
by Don't Stop Living on Jul 3, 2015

I`m not a drug dealer, I don`t need a cavity search…

Diary of The Travelling Seanchai :- I`m not a drug dealer, I don`t need a cavity search… I`m not a drug dealer, I don`t need a cavity search… 2007-10-04 to 2007-10-07 After my melodic welcome into Fiji, I was quite unprepared for the abru...
by Always Be A Friend on Feb 16, 2015

New Zealand’s Best Places for Jet Boating

I love jet boating. You get all the thrill of a rollercoaster ride, but you’re surrounded by beautiful scenery. Plus it’s a great way to cool off. Jet boating is kind of a big thing in New Zealand. It was invented here, after all. I’ve been jet...
by POMS AWAY! on Jan 28, 2015

New Zealand North-to-South: A 3-Week Itinerary

If you are talking about thrill seeking and adventure, you’re probably thinking about New Zealand. It’s one of those… The post New Zealand North-to-South: A 3-Week Itinerary appeared first on Marie Away.
by Marie Away on Nov 10, 2014

Free wifi and internet access at airports in New Zealand

There is free internet (Wi-Fi) access at Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Queenstown and Wellington airports, except airports in Auckland and Rotorua where you need to pay for wireless service. Free wifi and internet access at airp...
by Travel Tips on Oct 21, 2014

Photo of the Week: Colourful Geothermal Pools in Rotorua

Wai-O-tapu Geothermal Pools in Rotorua, New Zealand Located 27 kilometres south of Rotorua on the North Island of New Zealand is the Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland. Rotorua has five main Geothermal... Photo of the Week: Colourful Geothermal Pools...
by Traveling Canucks on Sep 28, 2014

Travel: Destination New Zealand Fit for a Royal

Although the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have departed New Zealand after an extensive 9-day royal visit, travelers can take inspiration from their kiwi adventures by booking their own trip to New Zealand! From sailing around the beautiful harbor-si...
by Jetsetera on Apr 24, 2014

The Mists of Kuirau Park

The geothermal wonderland of Rotorua is one of the best places to go in New Zealand. Some of its attractions, however, are ridiculously overpriced. Rotorua can be a real drain on the tourist’s pocket, but it doesn’t have to be. If you want to see...
by POMS AWAY! on Mar 24, 2014

New Zealand’s Pompeii

That breathtaking view is of Lake Tarawera. As I took that photograph, I couldn’t believe how peaceful it was, how much like paradise it looked. In 1886, it was the site of the most terrifying volcanic eruption in New Zealand’s human history. Ba...
by POMS AWAY! on Mar 11, 2014

Sulfur rock at Te Puia Maori Thermal Reserve

The sulphur rock is a buildup from the magnificent Pohutu geyser, which erupts up to 20 times each day.

Birds silhouettes

This photograph was taken at Lake Rotorua, on a very rainy and foggy day. Despite the weather we went for a walk along the smelliest tourist attraction in New Zealand. At the end of our walk there was a tree without any leaves, with multitude of wate...

Bedding Down In The Bay Of Plenty

    The Bay of Plenty is one of New Zealand’s prime tourist spots. Located on the North Island this popular spot for pleasure boating and game fishing also contains a number of great beaches and jaw dropping scenery. As … Contin...
by Which Hotel 4 Me on Nov 11, 2013

Rotorua

Rotorua is one of the most exciting tourist destinations in New Zealand despite the fact that it smells like rotten eggs! This is because Rotorua is a city bubbling with geothermal activity: hot pools, mud pools and geysers release hydrogen … C...
by My New Zealand Campervan Trip on Sep 15, 2013

Recensione App iPhone: Holiday Inn Rotorua Magazine Edition 9 gratis

Lo staff di iPhone-Italia.com presenta la recensione dell'app : Holiday Inn Rotorua Magazine Edition 9, scopri tutto quello che c'è da sapere sulla nuova app della Whyte Waters Group e lascia i tuoi commenti. Holiday Inn Rotorua Magazine Edition 9...

What Would You Do With $3,000?

Let's say someone gave you $3,000 to spend on your latest hobby. What would you do? Read on to find out what your resident mountain biker would do!The post What Would You Do With $3,000? appeared first on WanderingJustin.com.

Trei luni pentru mine – Noua Zeelanda de Andreea Calugaru. Episod 2. Insula de Nord

  Dupa ce ne-am ridicat masina inchiriata din aeroport, am pornit direct la drum spre Rotorua – capitala culturala a maorilor din Insula de Nord, unde urma sa petrecem doua zile. Pe drum am constatat doua lucruri esentiale. Primul si cel mai impor...
by Imperator travel on May 8, 2013

Spectacular Things to do in Rotorua free of charge

Rotorua is a tourist town of New Zealand? North Island. Although Wellington and Auckland have huge city lights, Rotorua may be the tour bus meca. As a tourist town, the tourist attractions in Rotorua are reasonably expensive; on the other hand, there...
by Article Technology on Apr 25, 2013


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