Victoria Lodge

10 Victoria St., Rotorua, North Island, 3201, New Zealand | 4 star lodge
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This 4 star lodge, located on 10 Victoria St., Rotorua, is near Tamaki Maori Village, Polynesian Spa, Rotorua Museum, and Rotorua Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Rotorua


    A travel blog entry by jasonandtiff on Nov 25, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    After a quick 45 minute drive from Matamata we arrived at our next stop, Rotorua - although we smelled it before we saw it as we caught a whiff of its sulfur-rich air. Rotorua lies over a pacific fault line and is NZ's most dynamic and active thermal area with spurting geysers, steaming hot springs and bubbling mud pools. With its dramatic …

    Auckland to Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by heather_ireland on Jun 19, 2014

    2 comments, 50 photos

    ... all the animals. They had sheep, goats, donkeys, ostrich, chickens, the huge orange cows with the horns, deer, llamas and a few other ones. My favorite part was watching the guy sheer the sheep. The sheep just chilled there on his butt sitting like a person getting their haircut.
    The last thing on the agenda for today was going to Te Puia. Te Puia is a place that provides a indigenous cultural experience of the Māori people. ...

    Steaming and screaming in Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by leone_and_mike on May 15, 2014

    122 photos

    ... got to the bottom I was feeling much more confident about steering and navigating. We caught the chairlift up to the top, great views back down to Rotorua and the lake.

    2nd luge ride we went on the intermediate track, which was faster but I think I enjoyed it more. We tried the advanced track for our 3rd trip down but all agreed that the intermediate one was our favourite so we did that one again for our 4th and final ...

    Waimangu Volcanic Valley

    A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Apr 09, 2014

    22 photos

    ... Valley. This relatively young geothermal site was created by nearby Mount Tarawera’s last eruption in 1886. We take a leisurely hike, descending into the lush valley of green vegetation, pink silica terraces, and blue waters. We’ll discover the Inferno Crater, filled with brilliant turquoise water, and Frying Pan Lake, the world’s largest hot spring. We’ll also embark on a cruise ...

    Rotten eggs and luminescent poo

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on Feb 21, 2014

    10 photos

    ... a face full of water while not knowing whether you are facing up or down, made the mere 10 seconds that it lasts feel an awful lot longer. So with that fun and games out the way we arrived at Waitomo which is famed for its glow worm caves. We felt the best way to really see the caves was via a bit of black water rafting. This involved putting on a comically ill-fitting wetsuit (in the case of Claire), donning a hard hat with head torch, ...