Champagne Pool, Rotorua
Rotorua
Whakarewarewa Forest, Rotorua
Lake Tarawera, Rotorua
Redwoods tree walk, Rotorua

Inspiring guides for your holiday to Rotorua

Rotorua is incredibly rich in Maori culture, home to a living Maori village and the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts institute, so there is much more to explore here than some may know.

Our selection of handy expert guides are great to help you plan your itinerary to make the most out of this spectacular region, including must-sees, useful top tips, fascinating lesser-known attractions and essential information for your holiday.

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Top 10 things to do in Rotorua

Rotorua is a must-see place on any tour of New Zealand’s North Island, so to help you plan your itinerary, here are 10 of the best things to see and do when visiting the area.

Exploring Rotorua, Tauranga and Bay of Plenty

A stay in the bay promises endless silvery strands of beach, watersports galore, and also plenty of fascinating history - the Maori population here remains among the largest in the country.

Our recommended iconic must-see's of New Zealand

New Zealand has many awe inspiring sites to see from stunning glaciers, national parks, abundant wildlife and beautiful peaceful lakes. Choosing just a few is difficult but find our favourite sites which we have explored here.

Tailor-make the ultimate New Zealand holiday experience

New Zealand ranks highly in top travel spots, with lush rainforests, beautiful mountains and beaches, abundant wildlife and hot springs. Aim for three to four weeks, with options to tailor-make a perfect trip.

Exploring New Zealand's North Island regions

Little beats the charismatic North Island when it comes to tapping into New Zealand’s native Maori past, blissing out on ravishing white-sand beaches, and marvelling at volcanoes, geysers, and other geothermal wonders.

Exploring New Zealand's Maori culture

Visiting New Zealand? To really understand the country, learn about the indigenous Maori people who settled over 700 years ago. Here’s more about the culture and where to experience it in New Zealand.

Jackie Sheehan
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