Wildwood Lodge

Morehu Road, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Morehu Road, Rotorua.
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Travel Blogs from Rotorua

I didn't fall off!

A travel blog entry by heather_ireland on Jun 20, 2014

1 comment, 37 photos

... s around 3,280 ft, and yes I used Google to do the conversion so if it's wrong don't blame me blame Google. Now I haven't rode a horse in a long time and boy did my butt and legs hurt by the time we were done riding. It was fun though, and we did a little bit of trotting and cantering which was exciting. It took Alfie to get going at first but then he took off. Let me tell you there were soo many ...

Mount Maunganui to Rotorua

A travel blog entry by belinda.cobby on Apr 12, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... the neighbours bore water in Australia has conditioned me? We checked into Gwendoline Motel which located near The Redwoods for the guys mountain biking and the room also has a spa… cool because I've got a feeling my legs are going to ache tomorrow after The Mount climb.

After checking in, we headed to the Skyline so we could be big kids and ride the luges :) That was good fun even ...

New Zealand - Rotorua

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

1 comment, 96 photos

... acid has caused the ground to collapse.

  • Rainbow Crater. Itīs named after the sulphur crystals and colored mineral veins exposed in the kaolin clay walls of the carter. During the summer when the rainfall is less, the water becomes less fluid and resembles a boiling mud pool.
  • Thunder Crater. This collapsed crater was formed in 1968. It graphically illustrates how unstable the land can be. There is the steaming water at the bottom which ...


A travel blog entry by ls90000 on Mar 09, 2014

Rotorua provided our first round of golf which I unfortunately lost. The day picked up though as we went to the park to check out some bubbling pools that made the entire town smell like sulphur. After, we went to see the largest geyser in the Southern Hemisphere as well as learn a bit about the Maori ...

Stinky!! but Hobbits just an hour away!!

A travel blog entry by naomi.naylor on Feb 14, 2014

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Rotorua smells baaaad! Itīs due to the large sulphur lakes there! In an odd way the smell seemed more tolerable knowing that it was a natural smell and not some random personīs ****.. Anyways this is where we had our first ever stay in a hostel.. it wasnīt too bad, actually it was nice to socialize for a change- it was ...