Rotorua Sustainable Tourism Charter members engage in sustainable business practices that contribute to conserving the natural and sociocultural environment.
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Rotorua Sustainable Tourism Charter member businesses are listed below and can be identified by looking for the Charter symbol on the rotoruaNZ.com website, on the brochures at the Rotorua i-SITE, and in the reception areas of the member businesses.
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Waikite Valley Thermal Pools
Waikite Valley is a thermal complex offering:
- 20x9m splash pool with adjoining toddlers play area
- A passive bathing pool
- 2 x private spas (temperature controlled to suit yourself)
- Te Manaroa Spring walkway
- A small personal campground with kitchen, showers, toilets and laundry facilites adjacent to the thermal pool
The Waimangu Volcanic Valley has been operating since 1965 in one of the newest eco-systems in the world. Waimangu provides an ecology-focused experience through the craters of the beautiful Waimangu Volcanic Valley, where visitors will experience a range of volcanic activity, native plants and birdlife.
Whakarewarewa – The Thermal Village
The living village of Whakarewarewa is set amidst a landscape of erupting geysers, hot thermal springs and bubbling mud pools. Experience the unique lifestyle of the Maori people in a natural village setting. View bubbling mud pools and mineral springs where Maori have bathed for generations and see the awesome power of the ‘Pohutu’ and ‘Prince of Wales Feathers’ geysers from our viewing platform.
Zorb Rotorua, the original home of Zorb. Become a Zorbonaut by zorbing downhill inside a giant plastic Zorb. In the wet Zorb, we add water inside the Zorb so you can run, tumble, flip or slide inside as the Zorb hurtles downhill. This is great on your own (where you can attempt to stay on your feet for a free T shirt!), or with two or three people inside. Dry clothes and towels plus warm or cool water are available. In the dry harness Zorb you are safely harnessed inside the Zorb before being sent head over heels downhill.