Rotorua and Waitomo Caves
- Sightseeing, main sights in Rotorua
- Te Puia (The Whakarewarewa Maori Arts & Crafts Institute)
- Beuffet Lunch
- Waitomo Caves
A visit to Rotorua is a must while you are in New Zealand. Rotorua is located at a point where two continental plates overlap. Constant movement of these plates creates a high level of thermal activity causing geysers, boiling mud and water, hot natural thermal pools and a vast array of unusual landscape.
Because of these natural resources The Maori (the native people of New Zealand) settled in the area. This means that in addition to the natural phenomenon, you will have the opportunity to see and experience various aspects of Maori Culture including traditional carving and arts, food, music and dance.
Rotorua has also developed as one of the centres for adventure tourism in New Zealand and you can ride the luge, take a ride in the Zorb, do a Bungy jump or take a jet boat ride.
With such diverse activities there is something for everyone in Rotorua. If you have the time, two or three days are not wasted in Rotorua - but you can get a really good taste in just one day
- Transport, Admission and Lunch
- Day 1 : Rotorua and Waitomo Caves TourRotorua and Waitomo Caves Tour includes Sightseeing, Te Puia, Cafe Lunch and Waitomo Glowworm CavesMeals :Lunch
Pickup in Auckland central accommodation, you will need to be ready before 6.30am. We will collect you between 6.30-6.45am. Unfortunately, if you are late the driver cannot wait.
Please make sure you are ready and waiting before 6.30am.
If you are staying outisde of the city centre, we can still pick you up. You may need to pay a fee for the shuttle depending of the proximity from the city centre.