In fact, it's a vast green grassland. It's said that there are volcanoes, rolling hot mud and baths, which are free of charge, but I don't see them. It's near the lake. The park's big lunch of NZ 75, of course, also packed their most famous two pitch beer, stewed mutton is not flattering, but green mouth and prawns are very good, beer do not order cider, almost apple juice.
Kuirao Park is a free volcanic landform park. The parks are filled with hot air, small volcanic lakes are steaming, bubbling mud pools are steaming, and caves under big trees are hissing hot steam. In the Bush green space, also from time to time found a mud hole, suddenly burst out a group of white vapor. Overhead the park, naturally is the cloud. Kuirao Park has several free hot springs for foot soaking. When you are tired of walking, you can sit down and soak your feet.
There's peace and ease everywhere. Maybe it's the meaning of traveling.
Rotorua, on New Zealand's North Island, is famous for its First Great Lakes and Hot Areas, and is one of New Zealand's popular tourist attractions. Located in the town of Rotorua, Kuiluo Park can be seen boiling mud, steam on the water, and a strong smell of sulphur in the air. The park is open free of charge.