The waiketi valley living water hot spring is especially worth visiting. There is a step that allows us to see the water with a temperature of 98 to 100 degrees staying from the mountain, and finally flows into the hot springs we soak. The water is rich in various minerals, and the skin is super smooth and comfortable after soaking. Children also love to play in different pools, swimming in the big pool, meditating in the stone pool, bathing in the soak pool, blushing, super cute.
In the mountains, next to the geothermal water outlet, unlike Polynesia there are many tourists, the price is good, it is worth a visit.
It's worth going, especially worth bringing children and elderly people over
The last visit was 4 years ago, and knowing that it is pleasant and relaxing, and the pool is not overcrowded, we decided to visit again. We drove over from Papamoa Beach, an hour and a half drive, well worth it. This is busier than our last visit, and it was not very crowded and perfect last time even during Easter in summer. We tend to keep the main pool because we have 7 and 10 year old daughters, although they can also go to other pools with adults, they think it’s too hot and don’t like this way of relaxing, I let them Keep quiet so others can relax! For me, it was very relaxing the moment I stepped in, the charming swimming pool, and a great ecological walk. After that, the children found it very interesting.
Waikaiti Valley Hot Springs is a unique place to experience the "living water" of Waikaiti Valley. There are various hot spring pools, you can adjust the water temperature at will, you feel very comfortable after soaking, you can relieve fatigue and get sick.
This was a relaxing time, enjoyed every moment of it. The front reception looked inviting, friendly staff. Dressing rooms clean and the pools clean and inviting.
Love this place !! our visit was in the mid afternoon and it was just perfect. Great to have the different pools to move between, and the farm/bush outlook
We had a lovely time at these pools Plus highly recommend the short easy walk to see the hot spring itself - it’s well worth it :-) Pros - Good value for money ($20) - Good change rooms - Great sc...
This beautiful sanctuary is worth the 1/2 drive from Rotorua into the valley. Fresh geothermal waters flow into the naturally heated pools, excavated into the hillside. It was freezing and rainy when ...
This place is tired, but the pools are good. Despite visiting in the school holidays it wasn't too crowded. We were pleased we had made the drive out there. Expensive, but worth a visit.