Rotorua Maori Culture and Adventure Day Tour
Adult 15yrs+ NZ$355.00
Child 0-14yrs NZ$275.00
Includes modern guided transport, entry fees and all taxes
Minimum 2 Adults
Discounts available for groups of 3 or more
Prices are pick up and return Hamilton (Auckland, Tauranga and Rotorua also available)
Adrenalin and adventure experiences
Maori Culture immersion
Nature and Eco
Te Puia Maori Cultural Centre
Here's Why People Love It:
Rotorua is New Zealand premier Maori Cultural, geothermal and adventure capital.
This tour is a entertaining, exciting and insightful day learning about New Zealand’s Maori Culture, land, history and people.
This is a fun and exciting day for all ages.
Agroventures – Today, what you will find at Agroventures is New Zealand’s leading adventure hub, offering the world’s most fun and unique array of soft to high adrenaline activities in one beautiful location.
Agrodome -The Agrodome’s famous show has been so enjoyed over the years that we have been invited to perform in many countries and at many significant international events. The Agrodome team even helped the Mother Farm Group establish a similar show in Tokyo, Japan!
The Agrodome has won the coveted New Zealand Tourism Award for the New Zealand’s Best Visitor Attraction a number of times, and we have been awarded more than once for our outstanding service and contribution to the New Zealand Tourism Industry. The Agrodome is not just a fun visitor attraction; it is also a real 350-acre (160-hectare) working sheep and cattle farm with 1200 sheep and 120 beef cattle.
Agrodome has been one of New Zealand’s best-loved visitor attractions for over 40 years. Visit us soon to discover it for yourself.
Te Puia spans 70 hectares within the historic Te Whakarewarewa Geothermal Valley, on the edge of Rotorua. We are home to the world famous Pohutu geyser, mud pools, hot springs and silica formations. You will also find the native kiwi bird and the national schools of wood carving, weaving, stone and bone carving. We have shared these taonga (treasures) with manuhiri (visitors) for over 170 years and proudly continue that tradition today.
About Hells Gate
Hells Gate geothermal attraction is Rotorua’s most active geothermal park and is known as the “AWESOME BEAST” of New Zealand Geothermal attractions.
Hells Gate geothermal attraction features boiling hot pools and erupting waters with temperatures in excess of 100 degrees Celsius; steaming fumaroles; hot water lakes; sulphur crystals and deposits; New Zealand’s largest active mud volcano; Southern Hemisphere’s largest hot water fall and even examples of land coral. See, feel and understand the awe of Irish Playwright, George Bernard Shaw as he gazed upon the land and gave it the English name “Hellsgate” as he believed he had arrived at the gates to Hell. A primeval setting displaying the awesome RAW POWER of the earth and its geothermal nature.
See, touch and be amazed with the unique geothermal muds of the Hells Gate geothermal park – the black geothermal mud used for more than a century in the treatment of arthritics and rheumatism, our ice cold white geothermal mud that changes its form from solid to liquid and back again, that is used for the relief of burns; and the warm silky grey geothermal mud that gently exfoliates the skin. Hells Gate geothermal park is the only geothermal attraction in New Zealand that produces these three types of geothermal muds making Hells Gate geothermal attraction in Rotorua a unique geothermal mud experience.
Follow the footsteps of warriors old.through the swirling clouds of steam, past the pool where the Maori Princess, “Hurutini” lost her life for her people; see the violent geothermal activity of the “Inferno” with two erupting pools aptly named “Soddam” and “Gomorra” by George Bernard Shaw and then on to the “Kakahi Hot Water Fall, where warriors would return after battle to remove the “Tapu” of war and heal their wounds at the only Maori-owned area of geothermal in New Zealand.