Halfway between Taupo and Rotorua we found this spectacular geothermal park. It's not the most visited in the area, but is among the three most important. We can see geysers (not predictable), mud pools, but the most spectacular are
A set of craters, geysers and volcanic formations in the mountains, located in the charming resort town of Taupo, the best way to reach the craters is by car, but you can get in some by Shuttle Bus from one of the hostels or hotels.
You shouldn't miss Huka Falls if you are in Taupo. It's in a stunning natural setting, with rapids, and waterfalls where you can watch as the river falls with extreme force. The water color and the beauty of environment make this
One of the prettiest places to bungy jump is about 47 m above the Waikato River in Taupo in the North Island of New Zealand. It is not the highest, but certainly the most picturesque. It is on the edge of a cliff on the stunning
Lake Taupo is the largest in New Zealand, and one of the most visited by tourists because it is best for navigation, fishing, or to enjoy one of the many beaches. A circumference of more than 200km by road.
A beautiful American redwood forest situated just 5 kilometers away from Rotorua. It is parallel to the river, and has several marked trails ranging from 15 minutes to several hours, where you can completely loose yourself in nature.
Whakarewarewa is one of the most amazing little villages in New Zealand. Its name is derived from the language of the Maori, the aborigines of New Zealand. It is in the North Island, close the city of Rotorua and Lake Taupo. The most
This is a strange place, because it combines a mini amusement park with hanging aerodynamic bikes, floating air turbine, penduling, jetboat, and also a small zoo with animals such as buffalo and ostrich.
This is the most intense cultural experience and complete immersion into Maori history in New Zealand. Maori history is depicted from their arrival in New Zealand, with a reception in which you can see the warriors with their
Jade is the typical stone of New Zealand. Maori Aborigines have been using it to make jewelry for hundreds of years. There are many gift shops in New Zealand, but it is more interesting to visit the jade factory, where they are