Rotorua Camp. By Liam & Cameron. Contents. Buried Village of Te wairoa Thermal holiday park Rotorua Museum Karapiro Hydro Dam Ohinemutu Village Duck Tour Lady Knox Geyser Redwoods Forest. Buried Village of Te Wairoa.
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By Liam & Cameron
The Buried Village with its great museum . Maori whare and excavated sites is a must-see for anyone visiting Rotorua. The scenic nature trails, a walk to a stunning waterfall, and the cafe onsite are attractions in their own right.
The Rotorua thermal holiday park is a good place to relax and have a break from work . It has a pool and a few spas , and even cabins and a place to camp ! There is a playground too for the kids to have fun .
The museum is a place were there is a bath house with loads of baths and mud poolsfrom the olden days and lots of really interesting stuff
Karapiro is the last in the chain of hydro power stations on the Waikato River and is 188km downstream of Lake Taupo Karapiro is the last in the chain of hydro power stations on the Waikato River and is 188km downstream of Lake Taupo.
The carving on the large meeting house is brilliant and highlighted by hundreds of inlaid shiny paua shells. At Ohinemutu you can see how the Maori and European cultures . Visitors are welcome to explore the area on foot, taking care to treat sacred places with respect.
At the lady Knox Geyser the Geyser can go up to10 to 20 metres in the air but the guy has to put some soap to make it go up so high
At the red woods you can go for a nice quite walk or a bike ride ! Anyone can come , and its free unless you do the orienteering and you can take schools there to do it too .