Rotorua Guided Tour at Te Puia - 90 Minutes

Self drive
Fitness level low
Intensity level low
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Highlights & inclusions

Guided experience at Te Puia
Popular Rotorua Geothermal Park
Experience the Kiwi Conservation Centre
Visit the NZ Māori Arts & Crafts Institute
See the famous Pōhutu Geyser
Allow a minimum of 90 minutes

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What you can expect

Introducing the natural wonders of Te Puia, a renowned geothermal park located in Rotorua, New Zealand. Embark on a Te Puia guided tour for a minimum of 90-minutes and immerse yourself in the landscapes and culture showcased at this iconic Rotorua geothermal park. As you explore Te Puia with a knowledgeable guide, you'll be greeted by a range of attractions including impressive geysers, a Kiwi Conservation Centre and the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute. Witness the famous Pohutu Geyser, which shoots scalding water high into the air, creating a spectacle that will leave you in awe. This is the largest naturally active geyser in the Southern Hemisphere. Marvel at the natural forces at work as you learn about the geothermal activity that shapes this unique landscape. Te Puia is not only a geothermal wonder but also a cultural hub, offering a glimpse into the rich Maori heritage of New Zealand. Discover the traditional art of wood carving and weaving as you visit the Maori Arts and Crafts Institute. Engage with local artisans and gain insights into their techniques and the cultural significance behind these skills. The Te Puia guided tour in Rotorua provides an opportunity to witness geothermal wonders up close while also immersing yourself in New Zealand's traditional Maori culture. Book your Te Puia tour today and embark on a journey through this iconic Rotorua geothermal park.

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What you need to know

Inclusions
  • 1.5 hour Te Rā Guided Experience at Te Puia Rotorua
  • Tour of the geothermal valley (including the Pōhutu Geyser)
  • Entry to the Kiwi Conservation Centre
  • Demonstrations of flax weaving and wood, stone & bone carving at the New Zealand Maori Arts & Crafts Institute
  • Knowledgeable & friendly guide
Time
  • This experience is open Monday to Sunday, 9:00am – 4:00pm
  • Please check-in 15 minutes prior to tour
Duration
  • Please allow approximately 1.5 hour in duration for this experience
Departure Location
  • This experience Departs from Hemo Road, Rotorua (approx 2.5km from central Rotorua)
What To Bring
  • Comfortable shoes and appropriate clothing for walking
  • Bottled Water to keep you hydrated
  • Sunscreen
  • Camera
Cancellation Policy
  • Change your booking up to 24 hours before the start time of your experience
  • Changes are not permitted within 24 hours of your experience
  • Late arrivals or no shows may result in you forfeiting your experience
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of the experience
  • Mobile Vouchers are accepted! - Vouchers can also be presented on your mobile device for this attraction
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher
  • Availability was accurate at the time of booking however, is subject to change due to circumstances out of our control
  • We strongly suggest reconfirming your booking with the tour operator within 24 hours of making your booking and prior to making other travel arrangements

Need help?

  • Email us at enquiry@experienceoz.com.au
  • Help code: D2B-66B8
  • This experience is supplied by Te Puia Geothermal and Maori Cultural Experience

Sustainability

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  • We are committed to sustainability
  • We have an approved Science Based Target
  • We use third party verified standards
From
$82.80 AUD
or 4 x $20.70 with more info
Free cancellation up to 24 hours prior to experience
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