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Waitomo Glowworm Caves
4.6/5
501 Reviews
Geological Sites
游荡的LucyCome and explore the secret world! See limestone and Ride the boat in cave to experience Glowworm!no photos taking during the visting
Agrodome
4.7/5
249 Reviews
d36***08Animal husbandry is a pillar industry in New Zealand. Pastures and farms abound in New Zealand. Agora Farm in Rotorua is New Zealand's largest tourist farm integrating animal husbandry and tourism. The most eye-catching thing is the rural scenery. On the pasture, there are green grass, flocks of cattle and sheep, or alone ~ leisurely and contented; in the orchard, fruit trees are lined up with bent branches ~ fruitful; deep in the farm, there are several management staff’s residences in Wan The green bushes reveal a little red top~ it adds a bit of elegance. The most impressive is the comprehensive travel services. The farm has a large area, and you need to take a sightseeing car when visiting. The sightseeing car pulled by a large tractor is unique to the scenic spot and has become a unique landscape. The farm has mostly Chinese tourists, and many guides and narrators who are fluent in Chinese are arranged to lead the crowd together. The atmosphere of a foreign country and the feeling of being at home~ It's so good! The most fascinating thing is the close contact with animals. The farm has opened up several areas, allowing tourists to have close contact with animals, the most eye-catching alpaca, which is hard to see in China. Countless alpacas, unique body shapes, elegant gait, cute looks, embarrassing looks, and fluffy feel, make people laugh.
Lake Rotorua
4.6/5
239 Reviews
Lake
Ornamental Hot spring
游荡的LucyFree for entering and no time limitation. u can try hot spring spa near the lake rotorua which is the top 10 spa in the world. Price for Spa is $35 probably, it depends on different spa pools.
Te Puia
4.5/5
193 Reviews
d36***08The Maori are the aboriginals of New Zealand and the earliest aborigines of this land. Rotorua is a gathering place for Maori people. There are many Maori cultural villages in the Rotorua area. Through numerous Maori-style buildings and sculptures, as well as geothermal fountains that can be seen everywhere, visitors are shown the long history and culture of the Maori people and the unique geothermal landscape of Rotorua. The Te Puia Maori Cultural Village, located on the south side of Lake Rotorua, is the one with the richest resources, the most comprehensive displays, and the most popular. Walk into the cultural village with strong ethnic style. In the solemn conference hall, sonorous and charming Maori songs and dances are performed; on the spacious promenade, colorful and unique Maori sculptures are displayed; the reconstructed living area is scattered In the old, simple and durable aboriginal dwellings and storage rooms; in the small kiwi exhibition hall, a few lazy birds pacing among the gloomy grass~ It is a blessing to see and gain insight.
Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland
4.6/5
169 Reviews
Ornamental Hot spring
pxy0705The Waiotapu Geothermal Wonderland is Rotorua’s most famous geothermal landscape. The middle-aged smoky and thick geothermal heat emits white smoke from the ground. It feels like being in a fairyland. The lakes here are mostly yellow-green. , Very different, because the lake is full of sulfur and other minerals, so it forms such a peculiar landscape.
Government Gardens
4.6/5
143 Reviews
City Park
d36***08The Government Gardens, located in the center of Rotorua, is Rotorua's most eye-catching landmark. Elegant and atmospheric building. Deep in the large lawn of the garden is the Rotorua Museum of History and Art. Built in 1908, the building has a spire with red tiles and yellow walls. The floor is not high and the width is very wide. It combines Tudor architectural style and Victorian architectural style. The buildings with great architectural aesthetics, close-up and distant view, left and right shot, are all beautiful photos. Quiet and beautiful garden. The wide lawn, green grass, surrounded by benches; the quiet garden, blooming flowers, hidden in the depths of delicate buildings and sculptures. Citizens and tourists, some are strolling, some are in a daze, and some are clocking in.

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Kuirau Park
Kuirau ParkRotorua,New Zealand

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Redwoods Treewalk
Redwoods TreewalkRotorua,New Zealand

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Mitai Maori Village
Mitai Maori VillageRotorua,New Zealand

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Awakeri Hot Springs
Awakeri Hot SpringsWhakatane District,New Zealand

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Rotorua Museum
Rotorua MuseumRotorua,New Zealand

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Te Puke
Te PukeBay of Plenty,New Zealand

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