Travellers Motor Lodge

1101 Fenton Street , Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rotorua


A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock


... the caves either so we hung out together, plus I'd already seen the glowing algie in the bay of islands so not a massive biggy. So the main group went of to the caves and we chilled in the bus for a bit with mike and then went on a trip into the local town to fuel up the bus and buy breakfast supplies and wondered round the town, I then used the extra time to sleep at the back of the bus, much needed! We picked up the rest of ...

Wai-O-Tapu and Tamaki Maori Cultural Village

A travel blog entry by belinda.cobby


Had another awesome day today. We went to Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland. What an amazing landscape Rotorua has! We went there early as recommended by reviews on trip advisor and saw a lot of the park before the hordes of tourists arrived. We then went and saw the Lady Knox geysers which is a short drive from Wai-O-Tapu. Although it's not natural it was still pretty cool to see. We even got photos of us in front of it while it was still ...

To the Volcanoes!

A travel blog entry by pamandwarren


... degrees F.), and another mineral pool is not only hot but bubbling and spouting! Quite a sight. We strolled around town, and it is clear the tourist season in ending as the crowds are very sparse. We are back at the hotel to plan tomorrow after dinner (the Guinness meat pie that Warren had was the favorite dish) at the "Pig and Whistle" pub located in the former Police Station. Tomorrow we are off to a volcanic lake in the day and to a Maori Hangi (feast in English).

New Zealand - Rotorua & Rotoiti

A travel blog entry by gazburn


... temperature but all lovely and warm. I could have sat there all day if I ever managed to get used to the sulphur smell. In the afternoon it was time to say goodbye to our flash-packer experience and leave the speedboats, luxury batch and our friends behind. Our next campsite was 100km south of Rothiti and was a simple set up next to a river. Apart from being offered drugs by a local Maori guy we had a pleasant evening with our only stimulant being a nice cup of green tea. Rock and ...


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... Terraces on the shores of Rotomahana – considered at the time to be the eighth wonder of the world. Tourists would travel in to see them and would stay at the nearby village of Te Wairoa. Such a success was tourism that the local mill closed down, and the village could support two hotels! The terraces were formed from silica deposits from the nearby volcano Tarawera. Unfortunately, on the night of 10 June 1886, Tarawera violently erupted (in a classic ...


This hotel, located on 1101 Fenton Street , Rotorua, is near Tamaki Maori Village, Swoop Rotorua, Rotorua Museum, and Rotorua Museum.
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