It is the second largest lake in the North Island of New Zealand and located in the Bay of Plenty. Beautiful crystal clear lake and our hotel was next to Lake Rotorua. It is considered the most produc...
Rotorua is an industrial city in the north-central part of New Zealand's North Island. It is located on the south bank of Lake Rotorua, 221 km from Auckland. It is a natural hot spring, a Maori settlement and a famous tourist destination with a population of 54.
Lake Rotorua is a lake in the north-central part of New Zealand. The largest lake in the lake group of about 20 lakes covers an area of 80 square kilometers. It is here from our hotel crossing the road. When the sun sets, the whole When the lake was occupied by a group of seagulls, our whole heart was instantly cured. Those lovely little creatures, with their relatives, are the best gifts that nature has given us, and the purest life that we yearn for and return to nature.
Lake Rotorua is the third largest lake in New Zealand, with an area of 80 square kilometers. It may be the crater left after the volcanic eruption, 26 meters deep.
The geothermal activity below and around Lake Rotorua has continued. Geothermal steam continues to linger around the lake, and the sulfur content in the lake is high, thus forming a magical green-blue color. Strolling along the shore of the lake, you can see that the calm lake is surrounded by rolling hills and the curve is soft and connected to the sky. Everywhere you can see a large group of black swans swimming gracefully in the lake, and countless fat rainbow trout swims under the vast lake and becomes a tourist attraction.
This is a lake with lots of wild ducks, many seabirds and many swans. Compared with the mountain lakes in the South Island, this lake is really inferior, but the seabirds are very enthusiastic, and a little bit of bread is all around. So I still have a good time.
After watching Hobby, we drove to todays destination North Islands famous tourist city, Volcano Geothermal City Rotorua, strolling At the charming Lake Rotorua, come to Kuylau Park for a free spa pedicure.
Located on the shores of Lake Rotorua, where the heat is everywhere, the small volcanic lake is steaming, the bubbling mud pool is steaming, and the caves under the trees are also spraying Hot steam. There are also a few free hot spring bathing pools in Kuilau Park. When you are tired, you can sit down and have a bubble foot.
Just get off, you will smell a bad smell of rotten eggs, this is the smell of sulfur, but get used to it. There are still many seagulls inhabiting the lake. You can walk slowly into them. It seems that they are not afraid of people. This is New Zealand's environmental protection, so the seagulls are used to humans and will not hurt them.
Rotorua is a Maori settlement and a famous tourist city in the North Island. However, listening to the tour guide said that where there are many Maori people, the law and order is not very good, so it is necessary to pay attention to safety.