Rotorua & Bay of Plenty
Rotorua sits on the Pacific Rim of Fire, and has one of the world's most lively fields of geothermal activity. With accessible hot springs and mud pools to visit, your clients can relax all day and soak.
Māori Culture - Rotorua offers many cultural activities including tasting a hangi, a traditional meal cooked under the ground, a tour of original pre-European Māori villages or Māori performing arts.
Geothermal Activities - Clients can see natural geysers or relax in mud pools, hot springs or soak in the thermal mineral hot water pools.
Wellness/Health Spas - Incorporating such things as natural minerals, volcanic mud and steam, clients can be pampered at a local health spa.
Adventure Activities - From luging to skydiving and mountain biking, Rotorua offers many exciting, unique attractions.
Tauranga and Mount Maunganui are at the heart of the Bay of Plenty, and the area is particularly busy during summer when visitors flock to the beautiful beaches in the area.
White Island - Clients can take a helicopter or boat to see New Zealand’s most active but safe volcano, taking in the crater lake, an abandoned sulphur mine and gas vents.
Kiwi360 Kiwifruit Tours - The ultimate kiwifruit experience, clients can tour the orchards on a KiwiKart vehicle.
Comvita - Visit Comvita, the manufacturers of New Zealand’s famous Manuka honey health and beauty products.
Blokarting - A mix of land sailing and electric drift karting, the whole family can experience the thrill on purpose built tracks.
History, Arts and Culture - Occupying a unique heritage building, theAuckland War Museum is a cultural must, as well as the Auckland Art Gallery, which boasts both traditional and contemporary art.