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Unique Tour Experience: Rotorua Duck Tours

Lake Tarawera

"An unexpected, educational, entertaining tour of Rotorua"

This is what many tourists say about their Duck Tours Experience.

Highlights of the Lakes and Duck tours include:

  • Visit 3 lakes; Lake Rotorua, Lake Okareka & Lake Tikitapu (Blue Lake)
  • Splash Down into Lake Okareka & Lake Tikitapu (Blue Lake) - YES! Drive from land to sea!
  • Tour of the Rotorua City Centre (Government gardens)
  • Fully guided commentary 
  • Stunning scenery
  • Be surrounded by the pristine natural beauty that New Zealand is famous for
  • Rotorua geothermal area’s
  • Significant Maori cultural areas
  • And much, much more…

This is a perfect activity for families. There's even a family discount at $155 for 2 adults and 2 children! It's a fun and great way to introduce kids to Rotorua's amazing history and astounding nature. (Allow 90 minutes for this tour).

If you have more time, go a little further and go on the Lake Tarawera tour which takes 120 minutes.

Highlights of the Tarawera & Lakes tour include:

  • Visit 4 lakes; Lake Rotorua, Lake Okareka, Lake Tikitapu (Blue Lake) & Lake Tarawera
  • Splash Down into 3 lakes; Lake Okareka, Lake Tikitapu (Blue Lake), & Lake Tarawera.
  • Breathtaking views  of volcanic domes, native New Zealand forests, and stunning lakes
  • Learn about the Rotorua Lakes District, the history of tourism, forestry, geothermal formation, maori culture, and New Zealand flora and fauna.
  • Appreciate the history of the 1886 Tarawera eruption
  • Visit a cave at Lake Tarawera with traditional Maori carvings
  • Be surrounded by the pristine natural beauty that New Zealand is famous for
  • Fully guided commentary

Adult $75
Infants $0 (0 – 2)
Children $45 (3 – 16)
Family $175 (2A + 2C)Tour (120mins)

Bookings are essential for both tours so please contact Mairi or Ron of MALFROY motor lodge Rotorua Accommodation and Mineral Pool if you are interested in joining the tour.

Rotorua Lakes

For more ideas of things to do in Rotorua as a family, please visit this link.

Posted: Tuesday 21 October 2014