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Volcanic & Geothermal - Rotorua , Rotorua District
Mt Haszard Hiking Trail was opened in January 2005 and parts of the path use the original Round Trip walking route from the early 1900’s when tourists flocked to Rotorua, New Zealand, to view the Waimangu Geyser erupting. Beginning at Inferno Crater, the Mt Haszard Hiking Trail moves high above the Waimangu Volcanic Valley floor, providing spectacular panoramic views of the valley, the surrounding region, Rainbow Mountain, Mt Tarawera and Lake Rotomahana.

Waimangu - Easy Walking
If you're looking for things to do in Rotoura, New Zealand, Waimangu offers a range of easy ecology-focused walks through the thermal craters of beautiful Waimangu Volcanic Valley. These walks through nature showcase a wide range of geothermal activity, native plants and bird-life in one of the youngest eco-systems in the world. There are a number of easy walks, mainly downhill, available. Return on one of our courtesy shuttle buses to the Waimangu Entrance.

The story of a cataclysmic volcanic eruption, …the birth of the world’s newest geothermal area …and the power of nature Today on the Waimangu Round Trip, you can learn the stories of the 1886 Tarawera Eruption and of Waimangu. Explore Rotorua’s social, cultural and natural history.

Waimangu Wanderer An in depth understanding of the World’s newest geothermal system. While walking through Waimangu Volcanic Valley, our expert guide will help you understand the creation and development of the world’s newest geothermal system. Learn about the inter-relationships between the massive, dynamic geothermal system, the re-establishment of native forest, rare and unusual thermal plants and of course the birdlife.

Lake Rotomahana Boat Cruise
The 1886 Mt Tarawera Eruption changed Lake Rotomahana dramatically, exploding it to 20 times its size. The lake now covers approximately 15 coalescing craters formed during the eruption. Fifteen years after that massive eruption, the lake reached its current height and is now the deepest in New Zealand's North Island. Join our boat cruise and learn more about Lake Rotomahana.

Walk/Hike & Boat Cruise
The 1886 Mt Tarawera Eruption changed Lake Rotomahana dramatically, exploding it to 20 times its size. The lake now covers approximately 15 coalescing craters formed during the eruption. Fifteen years after that massive eruption, the lake reached its current height and is now the deepest in New Zealand's North Island.

Geothermal Wonderland - Guided Tour
This is an amazing half day, guided tour around two of Rotorua’s best known thermal attractions – Waimangu Volcanic Valley and Waiotapu. Your tour includes transport, the hosting of an experienced guide and admission fees to these two most diverse and beautiful geothermal activity parks of the Rotorua region.

Volcanoes and Rainforest - Full Day Guided Tour
Come with us on this full-day guided tour of the old and the new, celebrating Rotorua’s unique biodiversity. Your tour will take you through two prime visitor attractions in the Rotorua geothermal region. This tour includes all transport, admission fees, your guide and a delicious lunch.
Deposit and Cancellation Information
We require 24 hours re-confirmation of the tour by phone or email.

If there is no re-confirmation and the tour does not proceed we will charge agents 25% of the retail price.

Payments accepted online via Visa and Mastercard only.
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