Maori Culture Centre
Rotorua in NZ is the famous Polynesian centre of Maori Culture. It has Maori marae and astonishing geothermal attractions like geysers of boiling water, bubbling mud pools and warm, mineral baths. Visit the Blue and Green Lakes and Lake Tarawera for rainbow and brown trout fishing. Air New Zealand can take you there and advise you on the very best accommodation in this sulphur smelling city (it always has a smell of sulfur..) which will awaken your mind to the beauty of ancient Maori art. The wood carving artifacts are astonishing. See the pataka, the mere and the meeting house at Rotorua. Well worth a memorable visit.
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The flowing beauty of Maori wood carving art adorns this famous Maori meeting house in the tourist haven of Rotorua in the North Island of New Zealand. A must visit.
A Maori greeting party outside the large meeting house on the marae.
Tulips in front of the historic government house. The bath house.
Rotorua is world famous for the exciting Geothermal Parks and friendly people. Rotorua is among the most beautiful cities in New Zealand. You'll never, ever forget this experience.
Geothermal attractions at Rotorua include the world acclaimed Lady Knox Geyser. Then we journey, excited, to the hot pools at Waimangu, Hells Gate, and Wai-O-Tapu Scenic Reserve. This scenery really places New Zealand on the world map. Enjoy it online. Thanks for visiting this site and learning about the unusual tourist attractions at Rotorua, including boiling mud pools, steaming geysers, warm baths, maori culture and the beautiful flower gardens of one of the oldest cities in New Zealand. I recommend you check out the Rainbow Springs caravan park because of its cool stream with massive rainbow trout!
Written by Staff writer, GPD.