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Rotorua Tourism

Tēnā kōrua! (Greetings In Maori)

Rotorua, meaning ‘Second Lake’ in Maori, is situated on the shores of Lake Rotorua towards the south in the Bay of Plenty, on the North Island of New Zealand, Rotorua is a small, modest town with less than 1,00,000 Maori inhabitants. The native Maori tribe were the initial inhabitants of Rotorua, until the Europeans arrived. The land is popular for its mythical geothermal hot springs, geysers and mud pools spread across the town and the suburbs, and the thermal lime waterfalls on the Mount of Tarawera. Rotorua is surrounded by the Taupo Volcanic Zone and numerous lakes that attract a huge number of tourists each year.  Rotorua attractions are very popular among the tourists.

Tēnā kōrua! (Greetings In Maori)

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