The area is full of smog. New Zealand’s largest geyser, Pohutu (Pohutu), spouts up to 30 meters, usually 20 times a day, and the Optimus water pours out. It is a spectacle and has become Rotorua’s most Great landmark.
Whakarewarewa Geothermal Reserve is also an important geothermal park in Rotorua. There are many rocks here, and white smoke will appear from the cracks in the rocks. The lake here is divided into 4 different colors: red, yellow, green, and white. The layers are distinct and very magical.
Motorola's Whakarewarewa Geothermal Reserve can be said to be a very magical natural landscape. There are abundant geothermal resources here, the middle age is misty, and the air is filled with a strong smell of sulfur. The geothermal landscape here is very surging, giving people a kind of spiritual shock, and it is definitely worth visiting.
Whakarewa Geothermal Reserve, as soon as I entered, I smelled a faint smell of sulfur, the smell of rotten eggs, and there was an illusion of being in Yellowstone Park! It can compete with Huang Zhongshi and it is very large and magnificent! We were lucky when we went. This fountain is sprayed intermittently from time to time! Standing here, enjoying the wonders, it feels very shocking!
Rotorua is the most famous hot spring resort in New Zealand. It is rich in geothermal resources, and the Whakarewarewa Geothermal Resources Reserve is the most spectacular attraction. The entire area here is full of smoke all day long, and the air is full of vapor and sulfur. It is spectacular. There are many hot springs here, and Sly Rotorua must be there.
This place is also known as the Old Town (OLD TOWN), there are many historical sites, souvenir shops and cafes, and restaurants. It is not recommended for people with walking disabilities to go to the harbour with a variety of boat tours, because it is all downhill, and the most popular boat route is to Lower Duden Falls (a counteroffer will be more favorable).