The Gate of Hell in Rotorua is definitely a very magical geological landscape. The middle-aged smoke here is misty, and the geothermal resources continue to pop out, making the surrounding lake without any creatures and plants, just like coming to the intersection of hell, but in fact, this is a natural hot spring, and you can also soak here. A mud bath feels very magical.
Rotorua’s Hell’s Gate is a very magical geothermal landscape. It is full of the smell of sulfur. The whole place is yellow-green, especially some plants soaked in sulfur appear yellow, so it is called a dead silence. The gate of hell is really worthy of the name.
It is one of the top ten hot springs in the world, and you must check in. The private bathing pool faces the big lake, and it costs 250 RMB for half an hour for two people. After the green light is on, there is still 10 minutes of washing time allowed, so 40 minutes is enough.
The park is not big, it takes only one hour to transfer, and the unique volcanic ash scenery is worth seeing. Those who are interested can take a sulphur bath and volcanic mud bath. Tickets need to be purchased alone. We didn't like it so we didn't buy it.
The Gate of Hell is a relatively unique attraction. There are various hot pools in the scenic area, which can be transferred in about an hour. It is a totally different view from Waiotapu Geothermal Park, it is worth seeing. The mud baths and hot springs at the entrance of the scenic area are good. Those who come are recommended to experience it. Remember to bring slippers and bath towels. Bath towels can also be rented for 5NZB. I hope to be helpful.