Combine the morning tour with the afternoon tours for a full day!
Afternoon sites include:
- Te Puia
- Boiling mud pools
- Rotorua lakefront – Maori War Canoe
- Kuirau Park
- Government Gardens – Sulphur Bay
- Blue and Green Lakes
- Lake Tarawera – Lake Okareka
- Child (under 5)
Learn about Maori customs, traditions, history and protocols new and old, with a guided tour to Te Puia, Rotorua’s premier cultural centre. These are small group tours no more than 12 people.
Spend the afternoon experiencing Rotorua’s Maori culture and geothermal activity and see how they are intricately entwined. First a guided tour through Te Puia, Rotorua’s premier cultural attraction. This includes a visit to the wood carving school, art and craft gallery, Rotowhio Marae, weaving display, kiwi house and finally the Pohutu geyser.
Next we visit the Lakefront area to see the Maori War Canoe and learn more about Maori history and customs. A short visit to Kuirau Park to view a recent geothermal eruption site. Finish the day visiting the pristine and tranquil lakes of our amazing volcanic region, including views of Mount Tarawera with explanation of volcanic and Maori history.