Terume Resort

Address: 88 Ranolf St., Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 88 Ranolf St., Rotorua, is near Wai-o-tapu Thermal Wonderland, Tamaki Maori Village, Polynesian Spa, and Kuirau Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Rotorua

      Being tourists

      A travel blog entry by marcandnat on Jan 13, 2015

      33 photos

      ... area was cool, though not so much tour as our guide letting us wander about through the area. The geysers were geysering and Lotte was fascinated with touching the ground and then her face and saying 'hot hot hot.' We checked out mud pools and the blue pool and had a fun time of it. They also had a kiwi housed with two kiwi birds in it, but they were snoozing when we visited so instead they showed us a stuffed kiwi and told us a bit about this very weird ...

      Rotorua: a long drive, day and many experiences

      A travel blog entry by 17penwortham on Dec 21, 2014

      5 photos

      ... 373;e were off. It was fun that there were parallel wires so that we could go down at the same time. We were told that we would reach speeds of circa 70k per hour - it certainly felt fast. All too soon it came to an end. We both enjoyed the experience and we're pleased that we had done it. Just as we were leaving the down hill platform a staff member suggested that we did a backwards short buggy drop. We were hooked up to an elastic rope and encouraged to ...

      Waimangu Volcanic Valley and Wai-O-Tapu Wonderland

      A travel blog entry by barbarahattemer on Nov 21, 2014

      ... a nuisance. However, they plant it with new trees because it protects the seedlings until they take hold and the broom dies in 7 years and the trees take over. The land was taken from the Maoris but it has now been given back to them. Americans pay them rent for the land but own the trees that are grown on it. The Lady Knox Geyser was discovered by an old penal colony that planted the largest man-made forest in the world around 1880. Two workers decided to wash in ...

      Maori Village and Geothermal Walk

      A travel blog entry by tomjomeer on Nov 14, 2014

      17 photos

      We’ve both woken up with stinking colds this morning so not feeling 100%. But we got up and carried on regardless, not travelled over 11000 miles to stay in bed all day!

      We didn’t have anything specifically planned today so we had a drive up to the i-Site (tourist information) in Rotorua and picked up a ...

      Hot and Bubbling

      A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Sep 20, 2014

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... Peninsula we drove through impressive conifer forests with some areas of extensive logging, which was sad. After the forests we drove along the east coast through Avocado and Kiwi (the fruit) growing regions to Whakatane from where you can get a boat trip to White Island. We had to wait a day as the weather was bad so we had a nose around the town and ended up going to the pictures- a very quaint cinema. We were the only ones watching a funny ...