Lake Tarawera Rheinland Lodge

Address: 484 Spencer Road, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 484 Spencer Road, Rotorua, is near Te Puia and Wai Ora Spa.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Lake Tarawera Rheinland Lodge Rotorua

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Travel Blogs from Rotorua

Rotorua Day 1

A travel blog entry by kas19 on Feb 23, 2015

... waterfall. After a brief recap on what to do if we flipped we were off towards the edge. From my vantage point I could not even see the water below, it was so step it looked like the river just disappeared. While one last paddle the order to get down was issued and we were going over. The entire raft dove below the water before emerging the right way up! Phew! Apparently the rafts flip quite often and Toshi admitted that he was sure ours would...While floating in the ...

Geysers and Goo

A travel blog entry by crawfordrg on Feb 09, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

The bed was wonderfully confortable, and the balcony is quite restful and spacious. Didn't get much time to get acquainted with either however as our tour was off as soon as we docked.

We started off seeing the Rotorua mud pots, then a couple geysers, one of them the largest in the southern hemisphere; followed that with lunch on a paddle-wheeler that wandered aimlessly around the lake (just the right thing for cruise ship passengers!); ...

Visit the republic Whanga../ Besuch in der Rebuplk

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Jan 23, 2015

5 comments, 6 photos

23.1.2015 Rotorua, New Zealand Km: 90866 Visit the rebuplic Whangamomona / Besuch in der Republik Whangamomona

We go to the Forgotten World Highway north again. Then we take a trip to the independent Republic of Wangamomona. We even get a stamp in our passport and I wonder if this counts as a new country. It declared independence, but is not recognized (such as Transnistria). What do you ...

From Shaka to Haka

A travel blog entry by jroe on Jan 05, 2015

1 photo

... in the formal greeting which involves touching noses, so that you can share breath. In Hawaiian culture, sharing the breath of life, called Ha, is also a sacred custom. However, in Hawaii I was never invited to experience this practice. I am a Haole – which translates to No breath and means that I am a foreigner. This was developed because the first invaders of Hawaii did not understand or partake in this custom. [I am by no means ...

Dirt Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Nov 20, 2014

12 photos

... highway. "Should we turn left or stay on the main highway" I asked and with a couple of seconds to spare Paul decided we should turn left. So we did. We headed along highway 38 with no real destination but we did figure out it would take us slightly further up the east coast than Napier. Around 2.00pm we were driving along the "alternate highway" and I spotted a right turning and a small sign and map. We pulled in and saw the road eventually led to a car park and a 3km hike to ...

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