New Zealand's premier destination on the edge of beautiful Lake Rotorua offers visitors so much to see and do the trouble is deciding what to do. From a quiet stroll through the magnificent Redwood Forest to an adrenaline rafting plunge over one of the world's highest commercially rafted waterfalls or an entertaining view of life on the farm at one of our award winning farmshows - Rotorua has it all. Famous for awesome geological forces, Rotorua has hundreds of gentle plopping mud pools, powerful erupting geysers, and intriguing geothermal lakes. Maori Culture is another unique facet to Rotorua's popularity. For more action try hiking down Mt Ngongatah, fishing for trophy-sized trout on one of Rotorua's many lakes, tandem skydiving, horse trekking, or off-road driving. Or just sit back, watch the world go by and enjoy the fresh, clean, picturesque atmosphere from one of many sidewalk cafes and bars. To end the day, soak away ailments in one of many thermally heated natural mineral spas.
Nelson province, in the Northwest corner of South Island, has the highest sunshine hours in New Zealand. Nelson City is within 37 miles of three major National Parks, Abel Tasman, Kahurangi, and Nelson Lakes, with the Marlborough Sounds being the Maritime equivalent with its many bays and coves. Young and old from all corners of the world visit Nelson to enjoy the pleasures of New Zealand's clean green image.
Waiheke Island is an island with award winning vineyards, olive groves and pasture land. The residential areas are in small village settings each with its own character. There is a slow pace of life and it is a great place for a holiday or vacation to relax and unwind.
The Hauraki Gulf surrounded by clear Pacific waters is the ultimate destination to escape from the rush of the city for a few days. Visit reserves and listen to the gentle sounds of nature. Discover a secluded waterfall or a beach away from other people. Breathe in the freshest of air on one of the many walkways, or just laze on a sundeck with a world famous local wine and let the days drift by. Be active! Swim or sail the Hauraki Gulf, take a car, 4WD or, for the fit, a mountain bike and explore the island. Experience bird watching and nature walks, go fishing, go night kayaking. Dine in one of the restaurants or cafes A getaway, ideal for a romantic interlude, stress-free breaks, small conferences, incentives, birdwatchers and nature lovers and those seeking soft adventure.
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