RailCruising is a new tourist activity that allows people just like you the ability to travel along railway lines in your own powered self-drive, 4-seat railway vehicle called the ... read more
aMAZEme - Rotorua
A fantastic outing for the family - aMAZEme features a giant hedge maze plus other activities. Try to find the centre of the maze by following 1.4km of winding hedge-lined pathways... read more
Velocity Valley – Rotorua Adventure Park
Experience up to six of NZ's most iconic adventure activities! Nowhere else in NZ is home to as much fun and family-friendly adventure as here! At Velocity Valley Rotorua Adventure... read more
Diversion Maze Park
New owners at Diversion Maze Park bring you a new look and a whole lot of family fun!
Get lost in our awesome maze, consisting of 1.7km of confusing track – it's more challenging then it looks so don't be fooled!
Plus the kids love hanging with the animals at our petting zoo; we have a miniature horse, goat, 2 adorable kune kune pigs, 3 ducks and a flemish giant rabbit.
Also onsite is a wonderful courtyard for relaxing, picnicking and playing lawn games.
We offer healthier option refreshments all made by NZ companies – chips, cookies, iceblocks/ice creams, cold drinks and barista coffee/hot chocolate.
We are open 10am-5pm 7 days a week. Adult $15, child (5-13) $10, under 5 free, family pass (2 adults + 2 children) $40 (extra child $8).
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- Phone: 07-345 3909
- Location: 1135B Te Ngae Rd, Rotorua
Enjoy a different look at Rotorua on-board the Lakeland Queen, the only stern wheel paddle boat and large cruising vessel operating on the iconic Lake Rotorua. With two deck levels that can accommodate up to 200 seated guests in comfort, the cruise offers a truly unique dining experience.read more
The Geothermal Lake & Dining Cruise options include Breakfast, coffee, lunch and sometimes dinner options. Departing from the Rotorua Lakefront visitors can enjoy spectacular lake views only accessible by boat including the mystifying geothermal area of Sulphur Bay with its milky white lake water, the bird sanctuary of the volcanic rock lave dome known as Mokia Island and reflective views of the city centre. The outdoor viewing platforms on both levels allow for fantastic photo opportunities.
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- Location: Memorial Drive, Rotorua
Owhango Adventures is located in the centre of the Ruapehu Region, based in a small town called Owhango and in the perfect location to take a Whanganui River canoe trip. We provide Whanganui River Canoe Hire for either guided or self-guided trips.read more
Adult and child prices available for Wanganui adventures from one to five days.
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- Location: SH 4, Owhango, Ruapehu
Owned and operated by the inventors. You will be offered multiple OGO ride options where they add 40 litres of water; (cool in summer, warm in winter), then you can choose from their straight tracks or sidewinder track. If your not into getting wet, choose the 200m OGO Harness Ride, where you are strapped in one person at a time and spin head over heels down our scenic track! Minimum 6 years of age.read more
Tamaki Maori Village Experience
Experience the warmth of our people during an evening of ceremonial rituals, powerful cultural performance, storytelling and hangi feasting! Enter our living village, as it comes alive with the sights, sounds and activity of days gone by, including facial tattooing, weaving, carving and demonstrations on how our food was cooked and preserved many years ago. See, touch, take time and talk to our people as you wander through our village – you may even be invited to take part in stick games and warrior training!read more
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- Location: 1220 Hinemaru Street, Rotorua
Whakarewarewa Thermal Village Tours
Set amidst a landscape of erupting geothermal activity, hot thermal springs and hot bubbling mud pools is the Living Maori village of Whakarewarewa situated in Rotorua. Discover our unique lifestyle and traditions. Join a guided tour and see the wonders of Mother Nature and learn how we have come to live in harmony within this unique environment. Sit down and relax at one of their twice daily cultural performances while we entertain and thrill your senses through the medium of performing arts. Our melodious voices accompanied by hand movements tell the stories of our heritage, past and present. General admission and Cultural Hangi experience available.read more
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- Location: 9a Tukiterangi Street, Whakarewarewa Village, Rotorua
Offering 60 hectares of geothermal wonder only 5 minutes from Rotorua township. Te Puia is NZ’s living Maori cultural centre, situated in the Whakarewarewa Geothermal Valley. Home to the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute, a live kiwi enclosure, the world-famous Pohutu Geyser, and more than 500 geothermal wonders. Steeped in ancestral history, and a guiding legacy that stretches back to the 1800s. Te Puia is a unique experience that all the family will love!read more
One of NZ’s most visited historic sites; Te Wairoa was literally buried in the 1886 eruption of Mt Tarawera. Volcanic ash preserved many of the buildings and other features of the village and visitors today can get a rare insight into 19th-century NZ life.
It’s an awe-inspiring and moving experience that is put into context by displays in the award winning Museum of Te Wairoa.
The 12 acre park-like setting is filled with tall trees, meadows and native birds offering visitors a peaceful and emotional experience at the same time.read more
Kaitiaki Adventures customers will experience the unique blend of culture and adrenaline that only this award-winning Kaitiaki Adventures rafting and sledging company can provide. Safety is paramount and your entertainment is guaranteed! Both the Rafting and Sledging trips are 3.5 hours return. Minimum age 13 years.read more