Rotorua is a region rich in stunning landscapes beckoning life's explorers.
Discover 18 sparkling lakes, magnificent native and exotic forests, geysers, boiling mud pools, hot springs and the best of New Zealand's fascinating Maori culture.
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There is no better time than now to visit Rotorua, where you will find sparkling lakes, stunning scenery, countless geothermal attractions and some of the best mountain biking trails on the planet.
Rotorua is a bustling hub of activity, with a raft of epic attractions and experiences to suit any and all appetites.
Rotorua has the experience for you!
The annual Blues Festival is on again from 27th of May to 1st June 2015.
This year, the Blues Festival is proud to announce award winning artist Hollie Smith will be performing on Eat Streat on Saturday the 30th.
Amongst both local and national acts the Blues Festival is also featuring international musicians Isaiah Brunt and Andy Phillips.
A passionate modern version of New Zealand’s most famous love song, Pokarekare Ana, has been produced, courtesy of former Supergroove frontman turned composer, Karl Steven.
A 30 second snippet of the song has already been heard in homes across the country as the soundtrack to the 'Famously Rotorua' television commercials.
Pokarekare Ana is about the forbidden love between legendary Maori figures Hinemoa and Tutanekai, who were separated by their families and the waters of Lake Rotorua.
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