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  • Day 2: Rotorua to Taupo | Driving Route: Auckland - Taupo - Auckland

    …large tracts of plantation pine forest. Take a side road to a geothermal park, where you'll discover geysers, silica terraces and craters of boiling mud. Towards the end of your journey you'll encounter the Wairakei Geothermal Power Station. Other diversions include Huka Falls and a world-acclaimed…

  • Wellington Driving Routes, Self Drive Holidays, NZ

    …Wellington / Finish Wellington Beginning in Wellington, this lower North Island route delivers a cross-section of attractions - from vineyards to boiling mud pools. Includes: Wellington, Martinborough, Masterton, Hastings, Napier, Taupo, Turangi and Palmerston North. Wellington - Taupo - Wellington…

  • Rotorua New Zealand History, History of Rotorua NZ

    …town district" was created in the 1880's, in order to promote Rotorua's potential as a spa. The many geothermal hotspots, spouting geysers, boiling mud pools, warm geothermal springs and silica terraces are some of New Zealand's largest tourist attractions. Send a Rotorua related E-Postcard to…

  • Day 2: Rotorua to Taupo | Driving Route: Auckland - Taupo - Wellington

    …large tracts of plantation pine forest. Take a side road to a geothermal park, where you'll discover geysers, silica terraces and craters of boiling mud. Towards the end of your journey you'll encounter the Wairakei Geothermal Power Station. Other diversions include Huka Falls and a world-acclaimed…

  • Taupo New Zealand Regional Information, Travel Information Lake Taupo NZ

    …thousand years ago). Almost everywhere you look there's a volcano. Just a few minutes north of the Lake at Wairakei you'll find geothermal fields, boiling mud pools and steaming geysers. In Taupo itself, and at the little village of Tokaanu near Turangi, there are hot mineral springs that have been…

  • aMAZEme, Rotorua Maze, Attractions Rotorua

    …and again in 2010. The scent of sulphur in the air is characteristic of Rotorua. At nearby geothermal hotspots, there are spouting geysers, boiling mud pools and warm geothermal springs. Silica terraces are naturally decorated with a kaleidoscope of colours. Rotorua is the heartland of New Zealand…

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