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We visited the Ohinemutu Village late afternoon and wished we had come earlier. A really lovely environment and full of Maori history. You can walk around for free, as we did. But I wish I had known prior to our visit that you can have...More
This is the origin of the city of rotorua and belongs to the Arawa tribe. There is a meeting house and a cemetery and also a war memorial. There are a number of houses in this area and you are able to walk round the...More
Away from the glitz of tourist meccas and shops sits this peaceful Maori settlement. The churches a must see. Entrance by free will donation, and a helpful guide provided detailed information. A booklet and cards were also available for sale. The interior is stunning, with...More
This area has many geo-thermal activitiy. You can see steam rising here and there, and many Maori houses even have their own hot spring. The St Faith's Anglican church is also in this area. Its free to walk around.
My mother and I came here in the early evening, so the office/souvenir shop was closed. Signs at the entrance said the entry fee was a small donation, however we couldn't figure out where to put this donation, and ended up wandering around without paying....More
I love coming here. It is not well known even by NZers, and yet the depth of culture here is amazing. Respectfully go in to the church and admire the image of Jesus with a Maori cloak walking across the waters of the lake.