Ready to escape the hustle and bustle of Auckland City Centre? Visit the Rotorua Geothermal Valley on a small group Rotorua Day Tour from Auckland! This nine hour tour transports you into a geothermal wonderland where you can explore the natural phenomena on display at Te Puia in Rotorua. Embark on a scenic journey from Auckland to Rotorua, known for its unique geothermal activity and rich Maori culture. Te Puia Geothermal Valley is a must-visit destination, home to the Southern Hemisphere's largest active geyser, as well as native wildlife, Maori cultural heritage and so much more. On this day tour from Auckland, you will travel on board a premium small group Mercedes van, with plenty of legroom and a maximum of only 19 passengers. As you arrive at Te Puia, be prepared to be amazed by the bubbling mud pools, steaming geysers, and vibrant hot springs you will find there. Take a leisurely guided tour through the geothermal valley, immersing yourself in the sights, sounds, and smells of this otherworldly landscape. You will even find a dedicated Kiwi Conservation Centre, where you can see this iconic native bird up close! But Te Puia is not just about geothermal wonders and the kiwi bird. It is also home to the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute, where you can witness traditional Maori wood carving and weaving techniques. Engage with the local Maori community and gain a deeper understanding of their customs and traditions on this Rotorua Day Tour from Auckland. For an additional cost, you can even enjoy a traditional hangi lunch, prepared with traditional methods and offering a taste of the Maori culture. As one of the best day trips from Auckland, this small group tour with Auckland and Beyond ensures a seamless and comfortable experience from Auckland to Rotorua and back. Sit back, relax, and let the knowledgeable guides take care of all the details, allowing you to fully enjoy this unforgettable Auckland day trip. Book your Rotorua Day Tour from Auckland today to explore the geothermal valley of Te Puia and immerse yourself in Maori culture.