Rotorua is also nicknamed Roto Vegas by Kiwis for the mass of tourist attractions. Rotorua is a small city of about 64,000 people on the southern shore of Lake Rotorua in the Bay of Plenty Region, on the North Island of New Zealand. The main attractions in Rotorua are Maori culture and amazing geothermal activity.
From the Rotorua Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Rotorua
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Tiny room, they claim free coffee but it is only available to non budget accommodation. ... more
I'm thinking a taking a short trip to Rotorua. When is the best time to go and how long should I be staying? I'll most probably be going alone so I'm thinking of farm stay...any recommendations? I was thinking of Westminster Lodge I saw over the internet....is it value for money? ...
Can anyone help my with my itenerary for my trip to rotorua next month? ...
Planning a trip to Kiwi -Rotorua
and then to Rotorua. Just wanted to know if anyone knows what is the best and cheapest way of going from Auckland to Rotorua. Also, when in Rotorua, what are the must see and do? We are thinking of going to Hell's Gate for the mud bath. Does anyone know if this is worth going and whether there are shuttle services from Rotorua ...
Rotorua, Queenstown, Te Anau
We spent a few days in Rotorua, the cultural hub of the Maori. One day rained like I have never seen - rivalled Vancouver at it's worst. From there we went to the glowworm caves - these little worms cling to the roof of the cave and glow this beautiful blue colour. We are now in the south Island ...
Posted in NewZealand Australia 2011 by suebauer
Early start with coffee and muffins at Replete, an old cafe favourite that is still going. Fabulous banana and chocolate muffins.....and a clear morning means we get a glimpse of the volcanoes, looking back south of the lake. Lots of volcanic activity to experience today and as we drive to Rotorua ...
Posted in Destination Aotearoa by The Pearsons
Grüner als ein Granny Smith Apfel
Mit dem Tongariro Hike in den Beinen erkundeten wir am gestrigen Tag Geysire, dampfende Quellen und blubbernde Schlammbecken in Rotorua – die „most dynamic thermal area“ Neuseelands. Dies bemerkt ...
Posted in Roadtrip 2011 by Jimithing