Starting off the day with, Geothermal wonderland of bubbling mud pools and stupendous springs anticipates guests to Rotorua, a fantasy spot for touring and an area saturated with Maori legend. Its scene is a blend of lavish fields that help a flourishing agrarian industry and lovely lakes, and it appears to be wherever steam ascends from the beginning, at the dynamic world underneat.
Then we move onto, Te Puia place known for its regular miracles and examine its warm valley of fountains, floods of bubbling water and hot mud pools and get a knowledge into Maori culture through execution and conventional cutting, weaving and workmanship all made nearby
Next on, Agrodome is one of New Zealand's most adored attractions and is a fun window into the cultivating society with a sheep show, shearing and canine trials.
Then its time for, Rainbow Springs Nature Park, local widely varied vegetation is in plain view at, including New Zealand's national symbol, the Kiwi, where an uncommon Kiwi Encounter gives guests a chance to see the nursery and incubation facility for these imperiled flying creatures
Once this is all wrapped up, it’s time to visit Rotorua city centre, the Government Gardens and the lake front, before heading over to the breathtakingly beautiful Green and Blue lakes, exploring the great Redwood Forest on the way.
After you have taken in the sights and wonders of Rotorua, it’s time to bid farewell to the city and head back to Auckland, wrapping up the day and the tour