Kawaha Point Lodge

Address: 171 Kawaha Point Rd, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 171 Kawaha Point Rd, Rotorua, is near Skyline Skyrides, Mitai Maori Village, Rainbow Springs Nature Park and Kiwi Encounter, and Ohinemutu.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Kawaha Point Lodge Rotorua

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Rotorua

Lots of serious tourism action!

A travel blog entry by eatenbyakoala on Apr 04, 2015

3 comments, 18 photos

... was cool (Not The Best) But The NEXT DAY WAS AMAZING! We started out by turning on the windshield wipers every time we turned that was entertaining Then After Doing that about 400 times we got to the glow worm caves the lines were HUGE and i mean HUGE but they went by pretty fast finally when we got to the caves It was boring at first but after the speeches and quotes and the COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE CAVES we got to the real part (Glow Worms) It was like looking at a ...

Rotorua ... Hobbits and More Hot Water

A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 10, 2015

36 photos

... with great views over the countryside. The pools are community run having been built in 1972 by the local people contributing 4000 hours of labour to the project.

Next morning, we had a 10.15 appointment with Lady Knox, the geyser at Waiotapu. It was discovered by inmates at the open prison around 1900, who used the hot water ...

Nawth but not as we know it

A travel blog entry by rhiannwest on Jan 21, 2015

2 comments, 11 photos

... had to be done!

Day 23
Rotorua is well known for its thermal activity, geysers and mud pools, however it is also a major area for Maori culture, something which we seemed to have missed up to this point of the holiday. Before it got too hot, we headed up to one of the thermal parks. I have to say the colours (and smell) were amazing. One of the geysers ( Lady Knox) blasts boiling water up into the air everyday at about 10:30, to ensure its reliability they ...


A travel blog entry by helenandadam on Jan 13, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... trees were actually apple trees because Peter Jackson felt these were more to scale to fit in with Hobbiton so the apple trees had to be stripped of their leaves and fruit and have fake plums and plum tree leaves attached I read! The tree above Bagend is also fake. For the LOR trilogy they transplanted the tree from elsewhere in NZ. Took moulds of the tree incase it needed to ...

Beautiful Mt Maunganui

A travel blog entry by lorrog on Dec 21, 2014

6 photos

... embarkation passengers, all right just “Free Drinks”, but no Captain Carlo Servillo in attendance. Then onto dinner at 7-45 where we met our waiters for the cruise “Harold” our drinks waiter from the Philippines who is full of humour, and Roberto our table waiter also from the Philippines who is a bit more serious but still good time was had by all. After dinner had a look up at the deck party with some quite funny sights. In our cabin by 10-35.