Visit Rotorua, Most Famous Geothermal Wonderland
Rotorua is one of the most famous Geothermal Wonderlands worldwide. This magnificent natural phenomenon located in New Zealand in the town. The total surface area of Rotorua is 2,614.9 km2 with a total population of 68.600. From the Greek Geothermal activity mean geo – earth and therme – heat.
If you are lover of awesome nature, magical scenery, geysers, beautiful mountains, then you definitely should visit one of the most famous Geothermal Wonderlands Rotorua. There you can also enjoy fishing and water sports. In other words, this would be an ideal place for a weekend getaway for you and your family. Below you can see some beautiful photos of Rotorua which is proof of all the above stated.
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Rotorua is well known for its geothermal activity. Visitors there can feel the strong smell of sulfur. There are a number of hiking trails where you can enjoy the beautiful natural shapes that caused by geothermal activity.
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The four largest and most visited geothermal Area are: Whakarewarewa Thermal Reserve, on the southern outskirts of Rotorua, Waimangu, off State Highway 5 between Rotorua and Taupo, Wai-o-tapu, 27 km south of Rotorua on SH 5 between Rotorua and Taupo, Hells Gate (Tikitere), 15 minutes east of Rotorua on SH30.
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