Rotorua: Capture The Inner Depths Of New Zealand At Rotorua
Rotorua is abundant in the New Zealand Culture and incredible geothermal activity, surrounded by beautiful lakes and forests. It is an adventure capital of the North Island. I spent two days at Rotorua where I got in-depth learning about the history and background of the country.
Places to visit
I went to Te-Puia, one of the most unusual arts and crafts centers where around 90-minute ride, I learned a lot about Maori culture. We witnessed practical training in weaving. The other attraction there was Air Tours one can view the plenty of geysers through the aerial views. The view was spectacular. One may even discover the hidden land of the mountain of Tarawera.
I attended Cultural performance of Maori, quite entertaining and uplifting Hangi meal where they how food is prepared amongst them. The cultural show, Kapa Haka was very educational and cheerful dances with the importance of customs. I also visited the Conservation Center for Kiwis, the biggest in New Zealand and was incepted in 1995.
I even took travel to Rotorua Luge. It is unique, and we were enjoying the scenery around. On the tour of the farms located at the Agrodome, I got to see more than 15 different breeds of sheep on the stage and witnessed a live shearing demo along.
Rotorua is a city located in the North Island in New Zealand and is arguably one of the most beautiful parts of this already beautiful country. IT is recommended to stay for at least a week here and relax in the lap of nature. One can witness the entirety of New Zealand culture and trust me; they are extremely friendly and fun to be with. Also, the expenses here are minimal as compared to the other tourist infested parts of the country.