Guided Tours in Rotorua

If you have limited time in Rotorua, a guided tour is a great way to experience many of the city's highlights.

If you are a first time visitor to Rotorua, or have limited time, then a guided tour is the perfect way for you to ensure that you get to see and experience the highlights while getting a local insight into the Rotorua area.

Guided Cycle Tours

While Rotorua is known for its mountain biking in the Whakarewarewa forest many of the central city highlights are also accessible by bicycle. Seeing the city by bicycle will allow you to get up close and personal to many of the local landmarks in the city, as well as being able to enjoy the fresh Rotorua air. Happy Ewe Cycle Tours are the only city cycle tour in Rotorua and offer a three-hour tour departing from the Rotorua iSITE.

Guided Lake Tours

Exploring the majestic lakes that surround Rotorua is a must for do for all visitors. Not only are the lakes visually stunning, but many also have a deep historical and cultural significance. Rotorua Duck Tours offer City and Lake Tours aboard their World War II Amphibious Crafts. Their exciting family friendly yours will show off the highlights of the city centre before splashing down on to the region’s most beautiful lakes. During the tour your on-board guide and conDUCKtor will keep you entertained while giving you an insight into the local area.

Guided Adventure Tours

For those seeking an adrenalin rush Rotorua is the right place! With options like world-class mountain biking and white water rafting thrill seekers will be in their element. An all-inclusive guided tour is a great way to experience Rotorua’s best adventure activities. Multi-day Adventure’s Adventure Day Tour includes mountain biking in the famous Whakarewarewa forest, white water rafting down the Kaituna waterfalls, and lake kayaking to reach the thermal hot pools. A Multiday Adventures tour also includes lunch and any necessary equipment hire.

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