The Rainbow Springs Nature Park in Rotorua is a canyon park with very beautiful scenery. There are beautiful rainbow springs here. The water coming out here is very clear, and it looks crystal clear and colorful against the backdrop of the water plants. The air here is very fresh, the forest is dense, and the birds and flowers are scented. It is definitely a relaxing place for vacation.
A natural park with educational significance. There are animals and plants unique to New Zealand, silver fern, manuka, trout, etc., as well as precious live kiwi birds (you can only watch them quietly in a dark room, if you take photos Can only shoot specimens outside the door). You can ask a tour guide for free, but I didn’t see the Chinese tour guide at the 11:30 show on the official website of the park, nor did I see the Chinese tour guide at the Kiwi Pavilion at the 12:30 show. I don’t know if it’s a Chinese tour guide. You need to make an appointment in advance.
Personally, New Zealand cattle and sheep are the happiest animals in the world. Enjoy the purest air and freshest pasture, carefree, and rainbow farms in such a picturesque environment.
Although Rainbow Spring Park is fun, there are various animals and amusement facilities, but the ticket price is really not very worth it. It’s a bit expensive, so the price is not very high. If children come, they should be happy because there are various animals, red trout You can get close to fish, ducks, swans, etc. There are also all kinds of birds to watch. The most important thing is to watch kiwi~ It’s absolutely amazing. There is also a children’s playground where children can be placed here. Adults can be in the cafe Enjoy a moment of tranquility here. By the way, I don’t think you should buy a package with the farm here. A ticket to Rainbow Spring Park is enough because the farm has its own package, which is more value-added (´-ω-`)
Rainbow Springs Natural Park (Rainbow Springs) was established in 1932. The park covers an area of 135 acres. The park is covered by lush forests. If you visit here, you can enjoy the natural clear spring water. It seems that the ticket is valid for a whole day, allowing multiple admissions, even at night. We went during the day, and the forest can see kauri trees and ferns, as well as other native plants of New Zealand. See kiwis and many native New Zealand birds, including sheep peckers, kaka parrots, honey suckers and Vikas, which are really beautiful and proud birds. See rainbow trout in the trout pond. The water is clear and transparent, and the fish swim freely and leisurely.