Cosy Cottage International Holiday Park

Address: 67 Whittaker Rd, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Resort
 
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This resort, located on 67 Whittaker Rd, Rotorua, is near Swoop Rotorua, Kuirau Park, Ohinemutu, and Mt. Tarawera.
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      Travel Blogs from Rotorua

      On to RotoVegas

      A travel blog entry by sallymead on Dec 17, 2013

      A trip to the local café saw the kids having pancakes for breakfast while Alan & Sally went healthy with muesli & yoghurt. Then we headed north to Rotarua, stopping off in Taupo for lunch near another amazing park & playground. We stopped off at Huka Falls and Craters of the Moon – a geothermal area that sprang to life in the 50s …

      Rotorua Day Trip

      A travel blog entry by nzsarah

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      Josh and I kept the car an extra day and took it to Rotorua on Wednesday. Rotorua is actually one of the closest places to Hamilton but I hadn't been there except to change buses. Our first stop was Orakei Korako Thermal Valley. We wanted to see some of the geothermal activity that this country is known for. The Hidden Valley is only accessible ...

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      A travel blog entry by agi_and_rudi

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      Due to bad weather and flooded roads, our plan to go to Gisborne (East Coast) has been replaced by the visit of Rotorua. Another 'steaming' area of New Zealand! Rotorua is one of the most touristic spots on the North Island. The city itself is not quite exciting, apart from the museum which is a really nice ancient building (rare in New Zealand)...

      And to Rotorua they bought the rain...

      A travel blog entry by jbandsarah.rtw

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      Kia ora
      (A maori greeting)

      Awoken by the alarm clock at an unholy hour, we checked out of the YHA and dragged our bags to the local bus stop anticipating a slow crawl through Wellington's Monday morning rush hour. In truth, there was hardly a soul about and considering our bus passed through the main shopping and business district w...