Pricing and Conditions

Adult $395.00 - $850.00
Child
(12 year(s) and under)
$395.00 - $850.00
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Group price available. Please contact us.

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Minimum of two people.

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48 hours notice.

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About

Join us for a unique experience, not to be missed! You'll be picked up where your cruise ship docks at the Port of Tauranga. From the port, drive through kiwifruit country before heading 1,000ft up onto the Volcanic Plateau of Rotorua. At Lake Rotoiti, you will stop at the Kaituna River for a short walk through New Zealand rainforest to see spectacular waterfalls, where rafters and kayakers drop over the largest commercial drop allowed in the world! Your guide will introduce you to the unique natural environment and some of the local history. A highlight of your day is a visit to Te Puia Thermal Valley to attend an authentic Maori concert, followed by a traditional Hangi; where the food is slow cooked the traditional way.

Opening times

Months of operation:
All months of the year

Location

2 Salisbury Avenue, Mount Maunganui, New Zealand.

plane Proximity to airport:
10 minutes to Tauranga Airport.
bus Proximity to coach terminal:
1 minute walk to coach.
decisions Proximity to town:
2 minutes to Mount Maunganui.

Language support

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