Rotorua is well known for it’s geo thermal activity, and Kerosene Creek a prime example that you can experience for free. From what looks like an ordinary waterfall, you will soon find the rushing water is actually a hot spring. You can take a dip in this natural spa all year round. Kerosene Creek is also […]

Just outside of the popular tourist region of Rotorua lies Lake Rerewhakaaitu. The perfect place to spend the night if you would like to be secluded and away from the hustle and bustle. Level: Easy Park up right next to the lake Article supplied by Interpinned.com

Whakarewarewa Forest more widely known as Rotorua’s Redwood Forest is truly surreal. Trees that have been growing for well over 100 years rustle above you. Their height making everything else seem so insignificant. Another feature of the forest is the board walk across the natural Thermal Pond. Unrealistically blue, it is home to exotic and […]

Whilst there are so many amazing attractions and activities to do in Rotorua fit for any size budget there are also some hidden gems to be found without spending a cent.  Enjoy the simple things in life while exploring the beautiful environment that surrounds our beautiful city. KEROSENE CREEK The beautiful natural wonder that sits […]

  THERMAL EXPLORER HIGHWAY Whether freedom camping or traveling by car and staying in hosted accommodation, the close proximity of many of the North Island’s top attractions means road travel is one of the most convenient and easiest ways to see and do it all. Road tripping gives you the flexiblility to travel at your own pace and change your itinerary to suit […]

  DAY ONE Start your day off with a 4WD buggy ride or drive your own Quad Bike if you’re feeling adventurous at Adventure Playground. Surrounded by native forest you will learn the history of Mt Ngongotaha taking in the fantastic views over the city. Head next door to OGO Rotorua where you are offered multiple wet and […]

Tramping is a great way to experience the New Zealand landscape. Sure you can rip through the Great Walks but, maybe, that can wait until you turn 70. If you are keen to really experience the New Zealand backcountry, to have a trip to remember the rest of your life, you can get off the […]