Rotorua Hideaway Lodge

Address: 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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    Travel Blogs from Rotorua

    Boiling mud, steam and Beanie wool.

    A travel blog entry by artell on Jun 14, 2015

    8 photos

    ... a Rotarian. After that session it was decided we should go out to the School Camp site to check it out before we go next weekend. So all in Tony's car and a half hour trip out towards Lake Okataina. This area is covered in Lakes, in fact the local government body is called Rotorua Lakes Council. In fact just looking up the map I reckon I can see eleven lakes of varying size within about 25 K's, (15 miles) of Rotorua. ...

    Waitomo Caves & The Smelliest Township Ever

    A travel blog entry by hrw on May 04, 2015

    5 photos

    ... buts it's light and airy and the bathrooms are clean and single sex so no sharing with boys - yay :)! We had a chilled evening and got to know everyone we are sharing with and picked up loads of tips and places to stay in SE Asia, which is always super handy. Unfortunately, the dinner we purchased couldn't be cooked as THERE IS NO OVEN. Devastated as we got a huge meat feast pizza for £1.50, so that will have to wait until Taupo in a couple of nights ...

    Hot springs, mud pools and a floater...

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Apr 07, 2015

    37 photos

    ... The waft of sulphur going down the main street was extremely potent, but we soon got used to it. This is the perfect town to have beans on toast for dinner and then have a wonderful evening down the pub breaking wind for England. No one here will ever look at you with suspicion. So extra beans it was for dinner!

    With the sun still shining we spent the rest of the afternoon in ...

    Brimstone and Rotten Eggs

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Mar 04, 2015

    17 photos

    ... shattering the grey stillness. Many of the birds here that are familiar to us are introduced species. Blackbirds, chaffinches, mallards and song thrushes were all imported here. Black swans were brought from Australia. The story is even more extreme in the case of mammals; only a handful of bat species are native to New Zealand. Ruminants, rats and rabbits have all made their way over with human settlers. The ...

    Rotorua... A breath of not so fresh air!

    A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Feb 06, 2015

    82 photos

    Mmmmmmmmmmmm. Breathe in that beautiful, fresh, fragrant smell of... ***** and rotten eggs... YUM. One of my personal favourite smells. Really gets up your nostrils. But don't be put off by this, Rotorua is still unmissable and the smell only seems to hang around one part of town. So maybe just don't hang around there and your gag reflex should be fine. Plus, if you like a good smelly **** every now and then, here's the place to relieve yourself, it will go ...