Kuirau Park is huge, and there is no obvious distinction between inside and outside the park. This is still a geothermally dominated attraction, the rising white smoke always makes the air filled with the sulfur smell of rotten eggs!
This is a lovely park. It’s worth a visit before going to the geothermal park. The park is large and the scenery is good. It’s even harder to imagine that such a wonderland was due to a volcanic eruption in 2003, and the sludge covered the whole The park has created such a wonderland.
Free geothermal park in the central area. The entire area was filled with smoke and there was a faint smell of rotten eggs. Many hot spots have been circled for safety reasons. There is also water in the pool to soak your feet, but after a try, it is not very hot.
Kuirau Park is a free volcanic landscape park. The park is full of hot air, the small volcanic lake is steaming, the bubbling mud pool is steaming, and the stone cave under the big tree is also blowing hot steam. In the green space of the trees, you will find a mud hole from time to time, and suddenly a cloud of white vapor emerges. The sky above the park is naturally surrounded by clouds. There are several free hot spring foot baths in Kuirau Park. If you are tired from walking, you can sit down and soak your feet.
In fact, it is a large piece of green grass. I heard that there is a volcanic crater, hot mud and baths, all of which are free, but I didn't see it. It was near the lake. The lunch in the big park is $75, and of course it also includes two of their most famous pitch beer. The lamb stew is not flattering, but the mussels and prawns are very good. Don’t order cider for beer, it’s almost apple juice.