SilverOaks Hotel Geyserland

Address: 424 Fenton Street, Rotorua, North Island, 3010, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
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        • Restaurant
        • Swimming pool
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking


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        Travel Blogs from Rotorua

        Time to Zorb!

        A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Sep 14, 2015

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        ... He brought up all these reasons but I didn't know it was that controversial?? Next, the changing of the flag which I had heard about before, but didn't expect to happen anytime soon. Finally, my favorite, he doesn't like the name New Zealand so he wants to change it... Somehow, I don't see that happening. He said he wants to change it because New Zealand comes from the Dutch, but NZ was founded by the Maori people and should reflect the native ...

        Hot springs, mud pools and a floater...

        A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Apr 07, 2015

        37 photos

        ... through the forest canopy.

        On our way back into town we stopped off to look at the Maori thermal village on the edge of town. As we parked up outside the village someone appeared asking for a ticket. We didn’t realise there was an entrance fee to enter a living village and baulked at the $70 entrance fee, so drove around the corner and got our own panoramic view of the village from ...

        Thermal Village

        A travel blog entry by codie on Feb 27, 2015

        54 photos

        ... We couldn't find where I thought they were, we ended up in Government Garden looking at a really nice building, then an army of asian tourist turned up, so we left.
        Found where the actual Hot baths were so headed in the right direction. Took a little while to get there, and it started pouring it down.
        Couldn't find the baths to begin with, ended up looking around a thermal area, that just looked like muddy water. Though there was a steaming rock.


        Rotorua and bacon butties

        A travel blog entry by stevecherylmoss on Jan 28, 2015

        15 photos

        ... out of the shell, pasta and deserts galore and tea and coffee. The meat and vegetables are slow cooked in the ground on top of hot stones that have been heated up for several hours in a fire. When the fire goes out the meat and veg is wrapped in leaves and put in the ground on top of the hot stones and covered in soil. 4 hours later it is ready and delicious.
        But a man was playing the guitar through out the meal. He obviously thought he was good but, Dave ...

        Bay of Plenty

        A travel blog entry by cooperne on Dec 13, 2014

        3 photos

        Boiling mud! Wai-o-tapu was also the site of a large mud volcano which was destroyed through erosion in the 1920’s. Now you will find Mud pools which are formed when steam and gas rise underneath rainwater ponds. The gases react with rocks to produce clay, which makes a muddy mixture in the ponds. The girls reached through the fence to grab the cooler mud and they had the softest ...