What more could be the best way to relieve your sore muscles and pamper yourself after all the adventurous activities, take a moment to experience the natural wonders of the Rotorua geothermal hot pools that are totally unique to New Zealand, and around the world. This gives you the taste of New Zealand at it best!
New Zealand is an extraordinary playground. Travellers wanting to combine their love of the outdoors with their adventurous spirit can do it in the home of adventure land. This trip suits those that have limited time yet would love to experience the very best that New Zealand has to offer. A genuine wonder of the natural world, the Tongariro Alpine Crossing is the crown jewel of Ruapehu and a must do on anyone’s bucket list. Rotorua Rafting are the Kaituna River (Okere River) offering the most spectacular white water rafting in Okere Falls, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand. Rotorua Rafting is home to the largest commercially rafted waterfall in the world – 7m Tutea Falls. What more could be the best way to relieve your sore muscles and pamper yourself after all the adventurous activities, take a moment to experience the natural wonders of the Rotorua geothermal hot pools that are totally unique to New Zealand, and around the world. This gives you the taste of New Zealand at it best!
- Accommodations – Twin Sharing at motel/holiday house
- Airport transfer
- Car rental – MPV with full insurance
- Day to day helpline
- Full itinerary
❖ Tongariro shuttle transfer from accommodations to drop off & pick up hike area
❖ Whitewater rafting
❖ Thermal hot pool entrance
- International flight
- Domestic flight
- Tour Guide
- Fuels & Parking
- Food – B/L/D
- Personal expenses
- Travel insurance
7 Days 6 Night
- Waitomo Gloworm Caves: Waitomo is a village on the North Island of New Zealand. It’s known for its extensive underground cave systems. Thousands of glow-worms light up the Glowworm Caves. The vast Ruakuri Cave features waterfalls and limestone formations. West, Mangapohue Natural Bridge is a high limestone arch over Mangapohue Stream. Northeast of the village, Otorohanga Kiwi House shelters several species of the rare native kiwi bird.
Tongariro Day Hike
- Tongariro Crossing: A genuine wonder of the natural world, the Tongariro Alpine Crossing is the crown jewel of Ruapehu. Often described as New Zealand’s greatest day hike, the Tongariro Alpine Crossing is a challenging journey across a remarkable volcanic landscape. The 19.4km hike starts from the Mangatepopo Carpark off State Highway 47 south of Lake Taupo and is just 20 minutes from National Park Village, a 35 minute drive from Whakapapa or Raetihi, approximately an hour from Ohakune, Turangi or Taumarunui and a 90 minute drive from Lake Taupo township.
- Taupo: Taupo, a town near the centre of New Zealand’s North Island, is distinguished by its lakefront setting and outdoor sports ranging from fishing to jet-boating. The vast waters of Lake Taupo, a volcanic caldera, drain into the Huka Falls, dramatic, crystal-blue cascades reachable by hiking and biking trails. Surrounding Taupo are hot springs like those filling the Craters of the Moon reserve.
- Rotorua: Rotorua, a town set on its namesake lake on New Zealand’s North Island, is renowned for its geothermal activity and Maori culture. In Te Puia’s Whakarewarewa Valley, there are bubbling mud pools and the 30m-tall Pohutu Geyser, which erupts many times daily. It’s also home to a living Maori village and the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute, with traditional wood carving and weaving schools.
- Whitewater Rafting: The Kaituna River is one of the most popular whitewater runs in the country, with the distinction of being the world’s highest commercially rafted waterfall. This exhilarating seven metre drop of raging, thundering whitewater is the ultimate rafting experience to be found in New Zealand. The Kaituna offers a forty-five minute trip over fourteen drops, including the seven metre waterfall, through the depths of a magnificent bush-lined gorge steeped in Maori history.
- Thermal Pools: The intense geothermal activity in Rotorua means there is no lack of thermal pools. The natural hot springs merge with cold streams or rivers making the ideal temperature to swim or bathe in. Plus, you can even bathe comfortably on a cold day, which makes Rotorua a great spot to check out throughout the year.