Hukitawa Country Retreat

Private Bag 3054, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
Prices starting from $290.00

Travel Blogs from Rotorua

Did someone pop off?

A travel blog entry by mcvietnamtrip


... and then headed to the polynesian spa. We treated ourselves to a deluxe private pool which was fantastic - gorgeous views over the lake and 39 degree pool, Lewy thought it was pretty great, CHelsea didnt like the smell.

From there we headed to Paradise falls - a place where you can see Kiwi birds.......AT NIGHT! so we spent some time there, took Lewy on a thrill ride ( a bit like the log ride at Dreamworld) - he again thought this was awesome, particualry the ...

Lake Waikaremoana

A travel blog entry by lilianbrett


... the track around the lake exterior with glimpses of the lake through the trees. I saw no one else walking which made me question if I'd veered off path somewhat, I hadn't i just must be intrepid. After the walk back down the track I continued on my drive round Lake Waikaremoana stopping along the way for a hike up to Lou's lookout which offered amazing views. Both Lakes Waikaremoana and Waikareiti were formed 18000 years ago by a landslide which acted as ...

Rotorua - Luging and the Maori Experience

A travel blog entry by lpringle


... to row the bus as if it was a long boat. The evening was an interactive cultural show with songs and dance and lots of interactive stations showing the Maori cultural practices - dances, warrior training, explanations of their tatoos, stick games, learning the hacca etc. I participated in the warriror training station and had to do some ladder runs against an older English man - smashed it of course. Then we watched ...

Another visit to the garage

A travel blog entry by scbcrwrw


... hotel - Rydges - which overlooked the Racecourse in Rotorua. Keith from Carson and Taylor (he's the Taylor) offered to drive us to the hotel. On the way he gave us a mini tour of Rotorua. So we had a nice shower and then took ourselves off to the Pig and Whistle (a Pub that used to be a police station) and had a nice evening out. We then returned to the best part of the evening - bed - a real one - heaven.

It smells like eggy shart

A travel blog entry by erotergum


... capita. We went for a pleasant stroll around town but it genuinely felt like I was in Bracknell centre. Tonight we went to Tamaki Maori Village which is New Zealand's most awarded cultural tourism attraction. Well this was a funny night. Where to begin? Well first of all I'll briefly tell you a bit about the Maori culture. When we arrived they appointed a chief off our bus (who had to be male of course) and he joined all the other (male) chiefs and were ...


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