Recomendado por 88 habitantes locales ·
Consejos de residentes locales
Just a stunning place to take a wander, have a picnic - walk short or long there are so msany to choose from. In the evening there is the beautiful David Trubridge lights to see or pay to walk up among the trees.
Experience any of the walking tracks or take the short loop Treetop walk through the Redwood forest! The main trails are free of charge & the Treetop Walk is open for the public payable at the start. There is public toilets, Picnic Tables, Small cafe & an Information centre at the carpark on Nursery…
Amazing in both summer and winter. Majestic and magical, the Redwoods Treewalk experience is truly a walk to remember. Suspended high above the forest floor, encounter 75-metre-tall redwoods as you walk across eco-suspended bridges and platforms intricately designed to honour and accentuate the…
Get amongst nature and see the beautiful towering redwood trees. The night lights come on at dusk. located on Long Mile road its an easy 5-6 minute drive from this home.
This treewalk take you for a little tour around the magic redwoods. It is usually open late at night over summer and is a great attraction for kids as well as bigger kids. Probably one my favourite places in the forest.
We enjoy this walk up in the treetops. This is an ok activity during a wet day as they provide umbrellas. The trees provide natural shelter too. At night time there are also illuminations for another perspective.
Majestic and magical, the Redwoods Treewalk™ experience is truly a walk to remember. Suspended high above the forest floor, encounter 75-metre-tall redwoods as you walk across eco-suspended bridges and platforms intricately designed to honour and accentuate the stunning natural environment. Day and…
A nice walk near our villa. A 2km loop walk in the forest. Lovely. Even more fun is the Redwoods Tree Top walk by day or night. It's great at night with its lighting closing at 11 pm.
This forest with a its many amazing redwoods trees is a local favourite for fantastic walking tracks ( free) If you want to experience the walk high in the trees (there is a charge for this) The redwood centre has everything you need to know .
Been very popular with guests staying here, only 10 mins away, magical night walk in a beautiful setting. Redwoods offers bike tracks, dog friendly areas and so many different tracks it suits everyone.
Actividades únicas en la zona
Lugares cercanos para hospedarse
Los residentes locales también recomiendan
Plaza para peatones
“Dont know what to eat and where. Eat Streat is a pedestrian only covered collection of rotorua dining establishments. From ice creams to fine dining is catered for”
- Recomendado por 62 habitantes locales
“We like to go here regularly, its so good for our bones. The Pavillion Pool option is the public area for adults. Best value for getting a variety of pools from 38 degrees to 41 degrees with water from different springs. Changing rooms are clean and warm. And you will get some great photos of the pools with the Sulphur Bay of Lake Rotorua in the background. Open from 8am to 10pm daily The family pool is available and there are adult spas to watch the kids from in the main pool- which is a little shallower ”
- Recomendado por 48 habitantes locales
Tourist Information Center
“Book your trips, get information on local sites, catch the bus to your next destination or day trip. Beautiful historic building with the new library and awesome green space just behind it. ”
- Recomendado por 26 habitantes locales
“This fresh blue water lake is a tourist destination! Beautiful views of the lake and redwoods forest! Learn about the history of our beautiful blue and green lake! Catch a bus to Rotorua from the bus stop, prices range from $40-$70 per ticket bus also has wifi! Stay at a small hotel down Rotorua and experience the highest tourist place in NZ. Have a small bbq and relax in the sun while the kids play in the shallow water on the edge. ”
- Recomendado por 21 habitantes locales
“Te Puia spans 70 hectares within the historic Te Whakarewarewa Valley, on the edge of town. It is the home to the world famous Pohutu geyser, to mud pools, hot springs, to silica formations to the Kiwi bird and the national schools of wood carving, weaving, stone and bone carving. Te Puia shared these treasures with manuhiri (visitors) for 170 years and proudly continue that legacy today.”
- Recomendado por 42 habitantes locales