There are many geothermal parks in Rotorua. This protected area is very large. You can see hot mud, steam on the water, and a strong smell of sulfur in the air.
The Maori are the aboriginal people of New Zealand and were the first people to come to this island country. The traditional Maori stone-baked food and other lifestyles are not difficult to find in Maori villages, as well as their weaving and carving.
Whaka Maori Village is a Rotorua village that retains Maori traditional culture. Here you can see the daily lifestyle of the Maori people and their traditional culture. Every day there will be several Maori dance performances, full of primitive wildness, and strong Maori cultural characteristics. It is very exciting and worth watching.
Hot springs can be seen everywhere in the village, and the maximum temperature of the spring water can reach 120 degrees.
At the entrance of the village, I saw a Caucasian child and a Maori boy swinging happily. There were also a group of Maori children around. Everyone giggled and played together happily. The reason why we didn’t put mosaics on the children was because we wanted to reflect this kind of harmony regardless of race, and the children grew up fast. Now these two children have long changed.