Rotorua tours

Waitomo Caves and Rotorua Geothermal Deluxe Tour
Gray Line Day Tour NZ07R

Waitomo Glow Worm Caves, Rotorua, Maori Arts & Crafts, Maori Cultural Performance, Farm Tour

Enjoy two of New Zealand's famous destinations in one day travelling aboard a premium air conditioned tour coach. Visit the Waitomo Glow Worm Caves before travelling to Rotorua, internationally known for it's spectacular geothermal activity that includes geysers, boiling mud pools and springs. Experience Maori traditions at Te Puia with a Maori cultural performance as well as the Pohutu Geyser. Get a farm tour as well at the Agrodome.

Highlights of this tour

  • Travel the Southern Highway through small rural townships steeped in early pioneer history
  • Travel the outskirts of Hamilton City via small farming settlements in the Waikato province towards King Country - the birthplace of Maori Monarchy
  • See the world famous glow worm caves at Waitomo, there are thousands of tiny glow worms
  • Drive through what was the main frontier settlement for the British during the Maori land wars at Cambridge
  • Rotorua - NZ highest city located inside the rim of a volcanic crater
  • Stroll amongst sheep and check out wool production at the Agrodome Farm
  • Lake Rotorua - one of 16 fresh water lakes renowned for its year round trout fishing and water activities
  • Te Puia Maori Concert - be treated to the perfect harmonies, Poi, Haka and Tititorea (stick dance)
  • See Rotorua's most famous attractions including the woodcarvings and weaving displays at the Maori village, the thermal valley with the Pohutu Geyser

Adult: $338   Child: $168

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Te Puia Geyser, Rotorua, New Zealand

Adult: $338

Child: $168

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Operates

Daily
Departs: 7.30am Returns: 8.15pm

Fare Includes

Hotel pickup and drop off, Waitomo Glow Worm Caves, Agrodome Complex farm tour, Te Puia and Pohutu Geyser, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea

Tour Code

NZ07R

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