Visited with my Partner, the weather forecast was for thunderstorms. We where so lucky the weather held off for most of the tour, thank goodness for the set provided umbrellas . An amazing tour, bea...
I thought this might be a bit too touristy-it was incredible. An absolute must-do as this movie set has been carefully re-created in everiy detail to take you away! The pub and village were incredibl...
Actually, a total must for everyone. We went on the banquet tour, which was quiet and only the one group so no other group was yapping on our heals. Beautiful setting and Peter Jacksons vision of the ...
Hobbiton Hobbiton is located on the outskirts of Matamata Township, Matamata, North Island, New Zealand. It is the location of the film The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit. Many movie fans come here to revisit the details of the film. Hobby has more buses to Hobbit Village every day. Each car has an English-speaking tour guide. The tour guide will take visitors through different scenes and will also take photos for tourists. At present, there are 44 Hobbit caves in Hobbit Village. The wooden doors of the caves are round and different in color. There are many bright flowers and plants around the caves, and the clothes of the Hobbits are drying. The table is made of Hobbits on the outside table. Honey and handicrafts, there are also sold bread stalls, salted fish stalls and so on. There are also refurbished vegetable fields, clear lakes, narrow mountain paths, stone arch bridges and green dragon taverns. Chinese tour guide service is currently available and reservation is required.
New Zealand | Punch around Auckland, Hobbit fairy tale world
from New Zealand's largest city, Auckland, self-driving to Hobbit Village, 200 km, about 3 hours.
There are 3 Chinese groups in the scenic area every day. After entering the Hobbit Village, you must not leave the team behind the scenic tour guide. After arriving at the scenic spot to buy a ticket, take the scenic bus.
There are 39 Hobbit houses in the scenic area. It is recommended not to carry a lot of things. Just take a camera and walk in the front or the back of the team. There is no way to take photos of your favorite in the middle.
The tour guide will take you through the whole time to control, almost no time. Finally, I will give you a 20-minute filming in a restaurant bar. A cup of ginger water can be collected free of charge in the bar.
The scene in the small house in the movie is not here, it is in the capital Wellington. The space in the small house is very small, about 2-3 square meters. It is a small warehouse for storing umbrellas and materials.
There are very rare guinea fowls in the scenic area, very cute.
For the Hobitton fans, this is a must visit place. There will be a bus send you to the place of visit then will be a walking tour by a guide and it requires little hiking. The path is not suitable for baby stroller so if planning to go with infant, carrier will be better. Along the tour, the guide will explain the place and which part of the movie take place.
I believe everyone knows that Hobbiton is the location of the Lord of the Rings trilogy and the Hobbit trilogy. These six movies are New Zealand. The great director "Peter Jackson" is proud of it. Among the six films, one of the scenes is the paradise that fans have longed for in this life, that is, the famous Hobbiton.
Come here to experience the real Middle-earth, picturesque pastures, and the small and chic Hobbit's cabin. Finally, you can go to the Dragon Bar for a drink. Is it a special treat?
Hotbitian hut, there are so many huts, only one is open, others are not allowed to go, but you can take pictures at the door, I believe that I like "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" Fans will love this place very much, and the feeling of being there is really different.
When visiting the Green Dragon Tavern, you can also taste the specially prepared special drink, ginger beer, cider, etc., which is included in the ticket. Then you can also choose the Sharjah gift shop to pick up the souvenir around the movie that can only be bought here. After the trip, the bus will send us back to the starting point.
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Hobbit Village is part of Woodley Park and the set for the movies Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. At present, there are dozens of hobbit caves in Hobbit Village, each of which has a unique design. Entering the scenic spot, you can see the semicircular cave houses inhabited by the Hobbits, along with stone arch bridges, mountain paths, fences and gardens, forming an idyllic picture with a magical feeling.