Welcome to my website!!!

This website is about all the things you can do and see in Rotorua .

image of raggamuffin image of people on luge people carving image of hot pool Maori Village

Welcome to my website!!!

This website is about all the things you can do and see in Rotorua .

Cultural Experiences

You can experience the indigenous culture of New Zealand by visting the two Maori Villages - Mitai and Tamaki, which give you a deep understanding of this culture. You can join participate in many activites like the haka, warrior training and learning the poi dance. You can stay in the marae and learn the customs and greetings they use. There is a lot to learn by watching performances, helping with the hangi and watching people show how to do the traditional art that is very special to the Maori culture.

image of maori village


Rotorua is one of the adventure cities in New Zealand. There are a lot of fun activites for all ages, or you want to push yourself and move out of your comfort zone, there are lots of extreme activites you can try. You can travel up in the Gondola to see the amazing views of Rotorua. Travel down in a luge on three different multi-level tracks with family or friends down to the bottom of the hill. Bungee jump down from a very high platform ready to jump of connected to a rope above the lake. Fly in an air tunnel, race friends in the Schweeb or do a 360 degrees turn in the Agrojet. All these activites will leave you wanting to do it again.

image of people on luge


The geothermal attractions here in Rotorua are well known to many tourists who vist each year. Wai-O-Tapu is made out of the volcanic activity that created from Mt Tarawera Eruption on June 10, 1886. There many things to do and see at the park. The World Famous Champagne Pool, Lady Knox Geyser and lots of mud pools as you walk around.

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Rotorua is full of events and festivals that happen each year. If you are a music fan then you will enjoy Raggamuffin or The Lakeside Concert in the hot summer months. There are lots of people who will camp for two days of non-stop music. If you prefer to get fit, then join the Rotorua Marathon, which has more peolpe walking or running around Lake Rotorua each year.

image of raggamuffin


"woodcavring image" by denisbin

"Champagne pool" by jopetsy

"Raggamuffin Festival" by Eva Rinaldi [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

"Maori Poi" by RaviGogna (Flickr: Poi) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

"Zorbing" by Bartux [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons