Rotorua Hideaway Lodge

436 Ngongotaha Road, Rotorua, North Island, 3015, New Zealand | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 436 Ngongotaha Road, Rotorua, is near Skyline Skyrides, Mitai Maori Village, Rainbow Springs Nature Park and Kiwi Encounter, and Agrodome Leisure Park.
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    A travel blog entry by kalie on Jun 25, 2014

    77 photos

    ... in there. The lookout points were breathtaking. I got to see people doing some pretty impressive mountain biking through there as well! The second walk I went on was around 4km and took me through the forest - some of the redwood trees were just incredibly massive. That night there was a night market in the town center, and so I got to go taste some of the food from local restaurants and saw some dancing and music ...

    Gorges, Mines, and Nice Eggy Smells

    A travel blog entry by orla_liam on May 08, 2014

    13 photos

    ... that was meant to loosen up the rock at the bottom of the pit. It’s a very busy mine with loader trucks constantly coming and going back and forth. Out west of Waihi is an area called the Karangahake Gorge. This was the site of a gold mine back at the turn of the last century, and the mined area was quite extensive. There are hundreds of kilometers of tunnels under the hills surrounding the gorge. Many ...

    New Zealand - Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Mar 27, 2014

    1 comment, 96 photos

    ... century, it has no Māori name, unlike almost every other thermal feature in New Zealand.

    In 1901 the first open prison in New Zealand was established at Wai-O-Tapu, its object to accommodate some of the better behaved prisoners from around the jails of the Rotorua Lakes District. It was a gang of those prisoners who first discovered the clearing in which the geyser is situated and that the spring could be made to erupt by adding soap, discovered when they first added ...


    A travel blog entry by groteboze on Mar 08, 2014

    18 photos

    ... in a working sheep farm. In fact, the profit from the Hobiton project is shared between the owners of the sheep farm and Peter Jackson himself. It's probably a lot. They take about 250.000 tourists a year now that the movies are still hot. A ticket costs 75$, (45i euros). For that, they take you to Hobiton by bus, give you a good tour, get you one free drink at the green dragon inn and take you back. All in 2 hours.

    So, what did we see? a few dozen hobbit holes (some at 60% ...

    Rotten eggs and luminescent poo

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on Feb 21, 2014

    10 photos

    ... your very own giant rubber ring. Having got the prep out of the way we descended 65 metres underground to climb through pitch black caves, leap backwards off underground waterfalls, and float down streams on our rubber rings while looking up at nature's own Milky Way, made up of thousands upon thousands of luminous green glow worms. Turns out though that these "worms" aren't actually worms at all. They are the larvae of a certain type of ...